Names, gear, and daycare are just the tip of the iceberg when you are expecting twins. Twin parents have little time to be scouring the internet for baby nursery items.
They add a nice little splash of color and we like the 3 separate pieces so you can put them all together or break them up a bit.
And if they don’t, buy one and pull out your hot glue gun to create your own fake wreath original.
I am in love with the simplicity of the birch trees and the tiny little pink birds. The pink bedding is a nice touch, and did you see that adorable grey fox on the blanket over the sides of the crib?
This plush baby blanket with the fox is a great substitution if you can’t find the original. It’s 30 x 40 inches and is the perfect neutral accessory for your twin girl nursery. The little pink flowers, the green leaves, and tiny black birds add a level of detail that is hard to ignore. A simple Amazon search brought up a few different ideas that embrace the trees and some that are even more gender-neutral. Check out these awesome vinyl pandas and tree 67-inch tall peel and stick wall decals here on Amazon. Let that boldness take you from crib sheets to curtains, to wallpaper.
The gold and black accents are unexpectedly perfect with the white, pinks, and blue. Gold is a great accent color that many parents don’t even consider in their twin girl nursery. I don’t know why I never thought of doing this but it’s a cute, simple idea and we know you’re going to love it in your nursery.
Don’t you love all the beautiful colors in this nursery photo?
We love how it incorporates different colors and doesn’t look like the typical baby pink little rosebuds you usually see on crib sheets. The beautiful flowers on the wall in the shape of each letter for their names, the dark pink accents in the crib and even on the window, or the dark blue floral rug on the floor, it’s all amazingly put together.
If you’re looking for a beautiful but different idea for wall decor in your twin girl nursery, check this out. There are a bunch of different options but we love the contrast of the colors of these flowers. This might not be a typical choice for a nursery rug, but it sure is beautiful, isn’t it?
Flowy soft fabrics, blush pink tones and plush nursery rugs are the themes for many of these sweet little girl rooms.
This is just the sweetest little room when it comes to girl nursery ideas. We are in love with the cute little rug, the wallpaper, and the tiny chairs.
A white rug might not be the first thing that comes to mind when thinking about your twin girl nursery. But add a few splashes of color to the white rug and suddenly it’s a perfect choice.
It makes you wonder why more people don’t incorporate a heart-shaped mirror into their own twin girl nursery. The soft pinks work perfectly with the light grey.
We love the pink and white flowers with the little accents of the gold-colored leaves. It definitely adds a touch that could carry your girls throughout their toddler and pre-school years.
This one stands at 21.5 inches tall and is made of soft, plush material on a solid wood frame with wooden pegs to hold onto. The light blush-colored pink blends perfectly with a couple of dark wood accents and white furniture.
The contrast makes for a beautiful space and there’s plenty of finishing touches to draw from when planning your own little girl nursery theme.
The soft pinks and greys, and the contrasting white make it a gorgeous space that looks great for any girl nursery. This sweet little chandelier is a great option for a girl nursery. It isn’t so big that it takes over the whole room, but it definitely adds an elegant touch to any space.
This Magnolia Home by Joanna Gaines wallpaper is stealing the show in this nursery. To be honest, you could pull a few ideas from each design theme and make your own. Some of the best girl nursery ideas photos seem to be planned around a color or one main piece.
Hopefully you have at least a few ideas to get you started while planning your own twin girl nursery themes.