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Today we are showing you how to decorate a baby nursery, as well as sharing our favorite tips and tools, so you can decorate a baby nursery that's super cute, fun and well organized.
Decorating a baby nursery is no easy task. There's so much to consider and many decisions to make.
When decorating baby's nursery, the most important thing to keep in mind is that the nursery will be an oasis for you and the baby.
You'll spend countless hours either watching the baby sleep or feeding the baby, in the nursery. You'll take way too many photos in the nursery and make so many memories.
So decorate a baby nursery that you will love, the baby will be comfortable in and make the nursery truly special.
HERE'S HOW TO DECORATE a BABY NURSERY
1.PICK A NURSERY THEME
First thing to do when decorating a nursery is to decide on a nursery theme. Perhaps, a special photo or item can inspire your nursery theme.
2.CHOOSE A NURSERY COLOR PALETTE
Once you've identified a nursery theme, it's time to hone in on a color palette for the nursery.
Remember that the colors you choose for the nursery can play a significant role in determining how the nursery look and feel.
3. IDENTIFY textiles AND TEXTURES FOR THE NURSERY DESIGN
Next up, is picking the textiles and textures for the nursery design.
Layering of textures will help you create a nursery that’s rich and full of depth. You can blend multiple different sources of texture, to keep the design interesting.
When choosing textiles for the nursery, keep in mind that it helps set the mood of the nursery. So consider the mood you want to portray in the nursery and pick textiles accordingly. Textiles can help unify the different elements in the room and create a cohesive design.
4.FIGURE OUT THE NURSERY LAYOUT
Yet another important item to consider is the nursery layout.
The nursery layout will help you plan out the flow of the room before you start picking the nursery furniture.
When figuring out your nursery layout, the key is to create zones for the nursery that makes taking care of the baby easier.
5. CREATE A NURSERY DESIGN MOODBOARD
A moodboard will help you express the vision you have in mind for the nursery design project.
Putting together a moodboard with images, textures and colors, allows you to collate your ideas and define your style.
6.INVEST IN A NURSERY CRIB THAT MATCHES YOUR PERSONAL TASTE
Choosing a baby crib is a big decision when decorating the baby's nursery. With so many crib models to pick from, it’s not an easy task.
7.DECIDE ON A CHANGING TABLE OR DRESSER TO USE AS THE DIAPERING STATION
A diapering station is a key zone in your nursery design project. Diaper changes happen often and sometimes so quickly, you’ll need to be ready to change diapers in a moments notice.
8. PICK A ROCKING CHAIR OR GLIDER TO CREATE A SWEET NURSING NOOK
Much like a smart diapering station, a nursing nook is another important zone when decorating the baby's nursery.
9. CHOOSE A RUG FOR THE NURSERY
As you decorate the baby nursery, you should choose a nursery rug to anchor the space. The rug will help set the tone for the entire room and help create a layered space.
10. UPDATE THE LIGHT FIXTUREs
Update the light fixtures in the nursery to add more interest to the nursery design and breathe life into the space.
11.PICK FUN ACCESSORIES FOR THE NURSERY
From plants to photos, there's countless ways to accessorize the nursery to make the space fun and unique.
12. ADD STORAGE SOLUTIONS TO HELP KEEP THE NURSERY WELL ORGANIZED
No nursery decorating project is a win unless you've add plenty of storage solutions. So bring in baskets, shelves, bookcases and more to help keep your little ones room perfectly organized.
13. INSTALL A READING NOOK
Every nursery needs a little library! Create a beautiful reading nook for endless bedtime stories and cuddles.
14. PICK BLACKOUT SHADES OR CHOOSE CURTAINS WITH BUILT IN BLACKOUT LINERS
A well designed nursery has window treatments that will help the little one sleep comfortably during the day. So add blackout shades or built in blackout liners.
15. STOCK UP THE NURSERY WITH NECESSITIES
Last but not least, stock up the baby's room with essentials from diapers to wipes.
Last Updated on September 11, 2020 by Tira Attygalla