By Alisz Schmitt. Baby Room. Published at Monday, March 04th, 2019 - 12:52:58 PM.
Mix and Match Nursery: This involves the use of different bright and bold colours in a variety of shades and patterns in a baby’s room. Nothing really has to match but everything goes. Colour Block Nursery: Pick a few of your favourite colours and create a colour block mural on the wall of the nursery.
When planning for a theme for your baby, you should always consider the fact that it would give a relaxing ambience for your baby. Your baby’s room will likely to be their room until they grow as toddlers and even as adults and you may need to renovate and re-paint it to suit your child’s age. Planning for baby room themes is a lot of fun for parents who are obviously more excited than anyone else to give their baby’s room a make-over.
My sister designed her daughter’s nursery around an ocean theme and now only 18 months after that she has to redecorate. Unfortunately my niece did not like the ocean and fish thing and she seems to be really fond of all types of flowers and little princesses instead. However, this seems to be a change coming too soon for me.
Vintage themes are increasingly popular these days. From retro styles to vintage-themed furniture, many parents are choosing to revisit the past when it comes to baby room themes. Modern fashions and contemporary furniture is becoming popular as well, since parent seek to find ways to make baby’s room fit into the design scheme of the rest of the house. No matter what style parents prefer, there is sure to be a way to decorate the nursery in a style parents and baby will love.
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