Coming up with a theme for your child's nursery room can be fun but the hard part? - sticking to one idea. When I was expecting my first child, I was overwhelmed with the number of nursery room theme ideas I came across. I knew I had to either narrow them down or actually come up with my own ideas. Being a busy mum, I chose to narrow them down.
KEEPING IT NEUTRAL
If you're planning to surprise yourself by not checking your upcoming baby's gender, or you're planning to have your toddler and your baby share a room, or maybe you're just not into the generic "girl" or "boy" themed nursery, you could opt for a neutral themed nursery room. Green is a common color used for neutral themed nursery rooms, it works well for both genders!
GO FOR GROWN UP COLOURS
If you're not into the generic look of a nursery room, it's completely okay to go for a more sophisticated color scheme, with shades of gray and black, or even beige, similar to the picture above. You could add some colorful toys to bring that playful pop of color. Plus, this theme is perfect as your child grows up, you don't have to change much.
CREATE A STATEMENT WALL
Create a stimulating environment with a statement wall. It will give that umph for the nursery room and won't be too much if you're going for simple, neutral themed furniture. These little pandas make the perfect statement for the wall, adding color to the neutral themed room.
INCORPORATE ABSTRACT ART
I love having some beautiful abstract art around my home and rooms as well. Adding a beautiful abstract art wall sticker makes you stop what you're doing, just to look at them and think of the different ways you can interpret the stories behind them. It'll be a fun way to stir up bed time stories for your kids. The above picture is one of my favorites from Gemma Capdevila's collection and could be a great addition to your nursery room.
Add some playful characters to the nursery room. Works well to help get your child's imagination started. The Forest Five from Aleksandra Szmidt's collection is the perfect example of how togetherness would feel like. Showing your child that people or in this case, animals, of different kinds can get together and be friends.
I hope you like the list I've compiled together for the Nursery Decor Ideas guide. Remember that inspiration comes from within you, you don't have to follow a step by step guide of how your baby's nursery should look like- for you are the one that knows your little one the most.
If you're looking for furniture ideas for the nursery room,you can find it here.