Expecting a baby is a wondrous time for parents. It is full of excitement and joy. Part of preparation for your little one is designing and decorating a nursery or baby room, so all those happy feelings can be channeled into an amazing design project. Decorating baby room can be pretty fun and liberating because you can let your inner child run wild.
First you have to settle on color scheme. While some people like to decorate in neutral colors, others delight in designing with a baby girl or a baby boy in mind. You can choose traditional colors – pink for a girl and blue for a boy, or you can decide on a more modern combination – a gender-neutral nursery is in keeping with the modern goals of sustainability. The more neutral its contents, the more likely you’ll be to make use of them for a little brother or sister who shows up down the line. If you like, accent neutral backdrop with surprising pop of bold color in bedding and other textiles, wall art, area rugs, window coverings and accessories. International orange, bright red, citrus yellow, turquoise and lime green all convey a fun, modern sensibility without being too boyish or girly.
You can add a flash of color in the form of wall art or wall décor. Very popular right now are wall murals for baby rooms. Tree wall, animal kingdom or cartoon themed mural – motifs are endless. Modern furniture for nursery is often very adaptable and can serve more than one purpose, which is great for your bank account. Good long-term investments include a bassinet that transforms into a toy basket, a crib that turns into a toddler bed (and later into a regular head and footboard), changing tables that morph into media stands, or a rocking chair that you can pull into the living room. If you choose wisely you wouldn’t have to throw away these pieces and you’ll save yourself a lot of cash.
You should also keep it child-centered and baby-proofed cause those little ones can get into mischief pretty fast.
We assembled 35 most beautiful baby room design ideas that internet has to offer.
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I wish I could find out where to buy the things in the twin attic room. but I have been struggling to find them online.