You Wish You Had These Rooms When You Were a Kid

April 12, 2016
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Decorating the nursery of your child is one of the best parts of being a parent. The exciting steps towards achieving your perfect nursery will really get you and your partner involved down to the choosing of wall colors, bedside tables, accessories, and themes. Give what’s best for your child by taking inspiration from these nurseries, which stand out in design and functionality. They will even make you wish you had these rooms when you were a kid!

1. Fit for royalty


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Your new bundle of joy only deserves royal treatment! This elegant design will surely keep your little one feel special and loved. Keep it posh and sophisticated by using Victorian inspired wallpapers, drapes, accent pieces, and wooden fixtures.


2. Timeless and sophisticated


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No matter how much you want your child to remain as a little, cute baby, eventually s/he will grow up. To save on cost, you can opt to go for a more classic look with your nursery. This way, your little one can grow into them as they reach toddler years. Opt for pastel colors and simple accent pieces that can match your color scheme.


3. Bold and Whimsical


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Having a newborn in the house is always exciting. Keep his/her nursery room fun and bursting with color to achieve happy vibes! Go for bold, bright colors and different kinds of prints.


4. For the future explorer


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It’s never too early to show your little one what’s out there. Decorate the nursery fit for an explorer! Be it a jungle themed nursery, outer space nursery, or under the sea nursery, surely your child will grow up with a sense of wonder – excited for what’s in store for him/her to discover. The key to pulling off this design is to get as close to what’s out there! Put in real plants, a planetarium, or a star ceiling for that flair and wow factor.


5. Nautical


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Keep your nursery cool and breezy with a nautical inspired design. Use stripes for walls and purchase accent pieces like anchor decals or sailboat figurines which will make your child’s nursery room similar to a cruise ship or a yacht.


6. The artist


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Whether the dream is to be a musician or a painter, allow your child to be exposed to such fields as early as infantry. Surround the nursery with beautiful paintings or artworks which will really make the room pop.


7. Minimalist nurseries


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Sometimes, having less ornaments or less design looks more stylish and elegant these days. If you prefer less tacky and want something simpler, opt for a minimalist touch. Choose subdued colors that are light to look at and spare the use of too much fixtures.


8. Straight out of the storybook


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Design the nursery of your child patterned after his/her favorite bedtime story! This is a fun way of decorating the room, without having to think much of the theme. Just base your design on the characters, setting, and symbolisms found in the story and translate it to the design.


9. Gender neutral nurseries


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This is a go-to theme for some parents who wish to keep the gender of their babies a surprise until birth. Usual gender neutral colors include yellow, white, and beige.


10. Warm and cozy


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Of course you want your baby to sleep soundly. Make this happen by making the feel of the entire nursery cozy. You can achieve this with the lighting, curtains, and overall color scheme of the room. Usually warmer tones give a cozier ambiance.





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