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There is a lot to think about when it comes to decorating a nursery, and even more to consider when you plan on fitting two babies into one space!

For this section, we reached out to the ever-stylish experts at Project Nursery, whose site is an amazing source of information not only for nursery themes but also for baby showers, do-it-yourself decorating projects, and design ideas for adult spaces as well.

What we adore most about Project Nursery is its treasure trove of real-life nurseries that are submitted by parents from across the country. In the portfolios, you can feel the love and effort each Mommy and Daddy have put into creating an amazing space for their newborns.

And the bonus? There are many twin nurseries featured!

Below is an ever-growing list of our favorite twin nurseries and a brief explanation of why we are crazy about them!

 

A Beautifully Simplistic Twin Nursery

http://projectnursery.com/projects/raya-masons-twin-nursery

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What’s not to love in this clean and crisp nursery? The light aqua walls and chocolate brown accents make it pleasing and comfortable for boy/girl twins. The photography portraying the twins is simply matted so that the gorgeous photos can speak for themselves. The changing area on top of a long dresser is a great enhancement to a twin nursery—it allows for space to the right to hold diapers and everyday essentials (out of growing babies’ reach), plus it offers ample storage below. And the knobs on the dresser—gorgeous detail! The simple white furniture, including the comfy slip-covered glider, unify the room and keep it gender-neutral. The chevron rug is the perfect final touch.

 

A Girly Girls’ Twin Nursery with Seaside Touches

http://projectnursery.com/projects/twin-girls-seaside-cottage

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This gorgeous twin nursery is pink perfection for two little princesses. We love the green accents and the seaside whimsy. The seahorse mobiles above the cribs are amazing, and we can’t take our eyes off the painted and color-coordinated closet! It is always great to carry your theme into those often-forgotten nooks and crannies.

 

Twin Boys Can’t Help but Love Their New Dwelling

http://projectnursery.com/projects/twin-boys-dwell-studio-bedroom

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These little guys come into an instantly chic world surrounded by a DwellStudio-inspired nursery. We love this nursery for its simple modern lines and the budget-conscious effort to make it fabulous. The Eames rocker in between the cribs is to die for, and the IKEA long dresser turned into a changing table exemplifies a crucial element for all twin nurseries: dual-purpose pieces.

 

A Cozy Nest Built for Two

http://projectnursery.com/projects/our-little-twin-baby-nest

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We can’t get enough of birds when it comes to nurseries! The handmade bird mobiles add a touch of magic, and this twin nursery does an amazing job of bringing natural silhouettes indoors. The flower poofs are reminiscent of the tissue paper flowers we would beg our parents for at fairs and amusement parks back in the day. The whitewashed trunk, book-lined shelves, and dresser with perfectly hung mirror are all gorgeous pieces sized at just the right scale for the space. The most amazing part about this nursery? The budget: $500 to execute (with the cribs being gifted). See what you can do with a little love and inspiration?

 


Do you Project Nursery as much as we do? Follow them on Twitter @ProjectNursery, and tell them @TwinSource sent you!

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