06, Oct 2019 | Interior Design
Looking for nursery decorating ideas? It’s the one space in the house where you can cut loose and indulge your sense of fun when choosing a decorating scheme. A kid’s room isn’t only a place for sleep – see it as a play space that will spark children’s imaginations, too. And it is very important for the child’s development.
It’s likely that in your child’s first year you’ll be spending as much time sleeping in their nursery as they do. A comfy chair is an absolute must for perching on as you read your little one a bedtime story, or for bouncing them up and down in when they cry through the night. Choose a comfy large armchair that you would be happy to sleep in and breastfeed in, trust us you won’t regret this nursery addition.
From the silky mustard hanging bed canopy to the potato sack effect toy storage unit and seagrass-style runner, playing with texture in this room really helps to lift this space. A tasselled wall hanging and a rattan style lamp shade adds to the effect.
Yellows, blues or pinks are usually the go-to colours for a nursery, but why not consider a grey-and-white colour scheme instead? This combination is not only timeless but can be customised by adding extras, such as painted stars, which can be changed as your child gets older.
Ensure that the furniture in your children’s room lasts a long time by picking neutral-coloured matching items, including a bed, wardrobe and chest of drawers. A wooden set in painted cream can be adapted to any colour scheme, from bright colours for toddlers to cooler hues for pre-teens.
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