How chic is your baby?
Five millennial mom shared their totally 'grammable, picture-perfect nurseries with “GMA" and revealed where they snagged the decor.
See their swanky spaces below.
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A bit of baby boho
Arianna Danielson of Colorado Springs, Colorado, went eclectic hippie for her 1-year-old son Leo's room.
"I knew that I wanted an eclectic and bohemian style, to fit in with the rest of our home, but I also wanted it to be a room he could grow with," Danielson said. "That's why I chose to stay away from a 'theme' and go with more of a style."
Danielson shopped vintage and thrift finds. Where she shops: Bamaluz Home, Habitation Boheme, Walls Need Love.
Other places she shopped: Hobby Lobby (for the mirror), Pottery Barn Kids (light fixture and curtains), Art by Ember (fawn painting), Restoration Hardware (blanket and pillow).
Playful and whimsical
Brittany Herrera of Denver, Colorado, frequented Etsy for the art that's on display in her 3-year-old daughter Isabella's dream room.
Isabella's adorable cabin bed was built by her own father and grandfather who surprised her with it on Christmas morning.
"This room is for snuggling, reading books, playing dress-up and sleeping, so I tried to steer clear of too many toys or distractions," Herrera said. "Personalized art, favorite dolls and treasures we’ve collected on our travels make the room extra special and uniquely hers."
Noemi Zimmer of Kansas City, Missouri, is due with her daughter Rowen on May 19. Zimmer looked to bright colors and added a ‘board and batten’ white trim work that goes halfway up of the walls when decorating Rowen's nursery.
Zimmer also had a metal sign made through Fitz Fabrications with Rowen's name.
"Overall, we wanted the room to be the reflection of how we hope to raise our daughter, a mix of traditional femininity with a touch of rough-adventurous spirit," Zimmer told ABC News.
Other places she shopped: Hobby Lobby (for the mirror), Pottery Barn Kids (light fixture and curtains), Art by Ember (fawn painting), Restoration Hardware (blanket and pillow), JackiBean (canopy tent, dream catcher, crib skirt, pillows, changing pad cover--made and designed by Zimmer).
Julie Dwyer of Massapequa, New York, mixed prints with metallic accents when decorating her 7-month old daughter Cameron Quinn's bedroom.
"Since it was going to be a place where I anticipated spending many sleepless nights, I wanted Cameron’s room to feel like an extension of my home decor -- a place that felt both familiar to me and cozy, yet safe to her," Dwyer said.
Destiny Klimaszewski of Foristell, Missouri, made her son Cohen Elliot's blue-and-white quilt herself with materials from Hobby Lobby. She and her husband painted a striped statement wall behind his crib as well.
"My husband and I loved the contrasting colors and how the room could grow with Cohen," Klimaszewski said.