By Geraldina Sauer. Baby Room. Published at Wednesday, May 09th, 2018 - 17:16:13 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.
Floral Nursery: Mix and match of bright flowers to design a cute nursery with a feminine twist. The use of a large decorative wall stickers consisting of bright colours such as purple, blue and flowers creates colourful accents across the blank wall. Butterfly shaped pictures frames displaying family photos will help pull the look feel together.
The right color stimulus in the form of primary colors is required by babies, which can be provided by having these colors splashed on the walls of the baby room, the toys, quilts as well as furniture. Babies are sure to love these colors splashed all over the room and so will you.
The wide array of options to choose from when it comes to baby room decorations can make it difficult for you to stick to your budget. Every merchandise, pinks and blues, and clothes are so tempting to buy. But, let me remind you that buying almost everything brand new is just so impractical. Most of the things you will need when you’re baby is still an infant will not be used in a few years. So, make sure to spend your money on valuable things that will last long. All you need is some skill to make it work despite your limited budget.
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