03, Dec 2018 | Inspirations
Whether you’ve got months or weeks until your new bundle of joy comes home for the first time you’ll be keen to get the baby’s room ready in time for their arrival. From brightly coloured wallpaper to gender-neutral colour palettes and nursery furniture ideas, there are plenty of nursery decorating tips for every taste. In Today’s post, we’re introducing you to 10 amazing nursery room decor ideas that you’ll want to steal as soon as possible. Check them out!
Take a playful approach to your décor by choosing a boldly-coloured wallpaper that will grab attention, like this London bus and toy soldier design. Don’t be afraid to use pattern in a smaller baby’s room – try limiting it to just one feature wall with toning colours elsewhere for a coordinating look.
Decorating ahead of baby’s arrival? Hedge your bets with a neutral background in shades of white and cream, then add more brightly coloured accessories or token touches of pink and blue to the bedroom once the baby has arrived.
A soft shade of yellow on walls and soft furnishings look clean but cosy. A simple white wardrobe and rocking chair can be used as the child grows or for new additions to the family. But if you think those are boring (which is quite acceptable), you can always go with a theme. Stars and space-related themes are usually a kids favourite, either are they boys or girls.
Create a stimulating environment for little ones with a bold feature wall. The incredible cartoon-scenery shapes on this wallpaper create a strong colour contrast against the grey background and a bold shape for baby to focus on from inside the cot.
If you’re eager to add interest to your child’s room but want to avoid a strong theme, choose a toning colour palette in subtle shades of the same colour.
In a nursery, it’s often best to go for a classic scheme that won?t date too quickly. This neutral nursery with pink toile blind and curtains is pretty without looking too babyish and can be easily updated as baby gets older.
If you find pastels lack punch, opt for a more sophisticated colour scheme with subtle shades of taupe and grey. Colourful toys and decorative buys add a playful touch and the room is easy to update as baby gets older.
Don’t forget that this has to be a comfortable space for you, as well as your newborn. Go for decorative touches and soft furnishings that match the rest of your home, and plan the layout so that it suits your needs.
If you don?t have time to decorate before your baby is born, or you’d just rather keep their room in a neutral shade, you can add plenty of colour in an instant with a selection of bright wall stickers.
Can’t decide on a colour for a nursery? Yellow and gold are good alternatives to a traditional blue or pink scheme for a child’s bedroom.
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