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Something about spring seems to go hand-in-hand with new babies. New beginnings and freshly blossoming life define both seasons. So we're happy to see nursery greenery as a trend starting to sprout up just about everywhere. (Plus, we're suckers for a gender-neutral nursery theme.)


We rounded up our favorite examples of the greenery trend to inspire your own decor.

This oversized art would be at home in either a boy or girl nursery, and it would be easy to repurpose the prints in your home later on.

A simple faux greenery wreath creates a charming over-the-crib focal point for the room. (Pro tip: Hang it well out of reach for when your little one starts to stand.)

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Statement plants like a fiddlehead fern are great for nurseries because they require little care to thrive. (Unlike, say, that eight-pound task master that sleeps in the crib.)

Go green with your keepsakes! You never have to worry about this sweet birth announcement wilting.

A simple, herb-inspired mobile is a delicate way to start every day with a bit of nature.

Statement wallpaper or a hand-painted mural is a great way to tie in greenery while also upping the room's style factor.

Embrace your boho side with a bookshelf display of easy-to-grow plants like cacti and succulents. (Bonus points for tying in an adorable green dresser like Paige Jones did here..)

Even the tiniest nursery is freshened up by plant or two. Hanging your fauna also saves precious floor space (and keeps leaves out of reach from tiny, pulling hands).

Got a black thumb? No judgment. Add your greenery with a sweet sheet set (no pine needles necessary).

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