Go Bright For Baby

Pass on those pastels and go bright and bold for your baby's nursery. We've rounded up some of our favorite bright nursery ideas — which is your favorite?

Our favorite bright-colored nursery gear

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Bright bedding set

Bedding set

Take your little one under the sea with this adorable Finding Nemo bedding set. The cute characters give baby something fun to look at, and the vibrant colors set a great palette for the rest of the room. Plus, it's perfect for a boy or a girl, so it's great for parents-to-be who plan to be surprised. (Babies R Us, $100)

Crib sheets

ABC sheet

You're going to be changing those crib sheets often, Mama, so you might as well get some that are fun to look at. This Sweet ABC fitted sheet will add a pop of color to your little girl's room. (Buy Buy Baby, $22)

Cozy blankets

Chevron blanket

Believe it or not, they do make boys' nursery items that aren't covered in puppies and firetrucks. Break away from all that with this super soft and bright chevron blanket for your baby boy. (Babies R Us, $13)

Mobile

Mobil

Give your baby something bright to look at while she drifts of to dreamland. This rainforest mobile fits the bill perfectly, with soothing music and soft lights to illuminate the nursery. (Target, $44)

Changing pad cover

Changing pad cover

It doesn't get much sweeter than this cupcake changing pad cover. We recommend picking up a few, since these tend to spend a lot of time in the laundry. (Baby Depot, $15)

Diaper caddy

Diaper caddy

Have all your diaper changing essentials on hand, whether you're in the nursery or not, with this stylish diaper caddy. (Babies R Us, $30)

Laundry hamper

Laundry hamper

Whether you have a boy or a girl, this adorable elephant laundry hamper is a nursery must-have. (Buy Buy Baby, $30)

Lamp

Lamp

You only need a little bit of light for those late-night feedings and diaper changes, and this brightly-colored lamp can do the job. (Baby Depot, $45).

This post was sponsored by Disney.

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