HOW TO STYLE YOUR DREAM NURSERY

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By- Diana Smith

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I am sure that most of you will agree that the most enjoyable and the most inspiring part of decorating your interior is decorating a nursery room. Once a baby comes home we all become obsessed with creating a perfect atmosphere that both we and our new-born will enjoy. However, even though the brainstorming process for the design for a nursery can be super-creative and truly exciting, it can sometimes be a daunting task considering the vast amount of options and wide range of baby gear products that are easily available nowadays. We usually find ourselves spending hours aimlessly wondering through baby shops and leaving home without any purchase. If you want to create a joyful nursery space that will grow with your children it is essential to plan ahead all the details and consider the phases ahead. Here are a few practical tips on how to create a timeless stylish  room for your little one.

Provide enough storage

With a new tiny member of your family, things such as clothes and baby gear start piling while the room becomes smaller. Before deciding on decorations, it is essential to embrace the clutter that surrounds you and provide enough functional storage for all the toys, clothing items and other baby necessities. By doing so, you keep your baby’s room clean and tidy while eliminating the risk of tripping over some of the things in the middle of the night. You can even show off your creativity by converting an old piece of furniture such as a low dresser into a lovely chest of drawers with a changing table.

Apply a neutral color palette

While there are numerous ways you can incorporate color into your baby’s room, many people opt for various pastel hues depending on whether it will be a boy’s or a girl’s room. However, there is a wonderful selection of beautiful neutral colors that complement any kind of nursery, regardless of the sex of the baby. While you can easily add personality to a room by choosing bold vibrant color, it is always s advisable to opt for soft variations of pink, green, white, grey colors as these provide an excellent basis for colorful kids’ toys and whimsical artwork.

Choose adjustable furniture

One of the concerns that future parents usually have to face is the amount of free nursery space. All the furniture and the storage solutions necessary for storing baby’s clothes and toys can be rather sizeable and take too much space. However, many furniture manufacturers have come up with a fantastic idea on how make the space more appropriate for a child. They designed convertible furniture such as cribs that can turn into toddle beds or gliders that can be turned into an armchair which can be found in any well-equipped baby boutique. Also, another advantage of this type of furnishing is that is quite cost-effective. As your child grows , you won’t have to invest into something you will need to replace in a few years.

Pick a theme

When it comes to décor, there is such a crazy selection of truly inspiring and unique fun themes that will make your nursery almost magical. Whether you lean toward a more elegant and neat gender-neutral style or you prefer a bold vibrant circus-themed nursery that abounds in playful details, there are plenty of options to choose from and create a dreamlike nursery space for your dearest one. If you are an adventurous spirit you can search for inspiration in your travels and hang world maps on the wall or a globe hanging above the crib. However, if you want to provide a more natural feel and keep your baby in close connection with nature, you can choose neutral earthy colors and add a woodsy vibe to it.

About Varda Agrawal

Varda is a home maker and jewellery designer who lives in Bhopal. She loves blogging and sharing her sweet moments on the blog. She has completed her education in Pharmacy.
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