A Closer Look At Baby Nurseries
It's old hat now, but in case you've been living under a rock, the royal baby has arrived - it's a boy! I've been keeping the idea of a nursery blog up my sleeves for a while, but I cannot think of a better time that people will be searching for fabulously designed nurseries for their own little bundles of joy. Today, we're going to take a quick look at some well designed baby nurseries that will hopefully provide some inspiration for your current or future nusery.
Gender Neutral Nursery Decor
I love this space because it isn't gender specific - the natural hues create a calming and welcoming place for any baby to spend their infant months and years. Get the cute elephant print online at The Animal Prints Shop By Sharon Montrose.
Eclectic Nursery Decor
I'm a huge fan of this baby girls bedroom, because the contrasting chevron blue and white wall detail pops with the salmon colored dresser. Since the wall color and dresser take center stage in this room, it allows the rest of the nursery decor to remain neutral and well balanced. The camel print is also available at The Animal Prints Shop By Sharon Montrose.
Safari Themed Baby Nursery Ideas
There isn't much that I don't like in this room. If I had to put into words the reasons I like this room so much, I'd have to say it's because I haven't seen a nursery like it. I love the shag rug, sheer curtains with the structured blue detailing, credenza and creative take on safari. Get the look by checking out White Faux Taxidermy.
Accessories You'll Want To Include In Your Nursery
I think this collection of wall decor and tabletop decor is so precious! The two ideas I love most about this closeup are the pacifier holder and the positive framed words. You could recreate a space like this by framing a series of quotes, or a quote that you're particularly fond of and want to instill in your baby.
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