(Designed by TOUIJERDESIGNS. Photo via Project Nursery)
Have fun and explore the possibilities of creating a theme for your nursery. This theme is based on outdoors and adventures. We love the painted mountain peaks and the use of different hues in order to create depth. Creating a focal point allows you to keep the rest of your furniture neutral. Note that the theme is still very subtle. The worst thing you can do is overload on Winnie the Pooh decals!
2. Gender neutral
(Designed by Akin Design Studio. Photo via HGTV)
Keeping your main furniture pieces white and adding soft colours will keep your nursery fit for both genders! Perfect for those who decide to keep the gender unknown until birth.
3- Colourful nursery
(Designed by Inside Out. Photo via Tinyme)
A modern and eclectic take on a nursery design. This design style is fun for all ages to grow into because of the use of many different colours. Instead of keeping your furniture pieces neutral, this a great way to keep your walls neutral and have fun with colour in your decor!
4. Baby girl
(Designed by Ivy & Stone.Photos via Style me pretty)
If there’s ever a time you wanted to pair pink and floral together, when having a baby girl, you can! The colour pink tends to be feminine and therefore is considered girly, which gives us the perfect opportunity to go all out for a baby girl’s room. With soft pinks, whites, and warm wood tones, this nursery design is every mother’s dream to have.
5. Baby boy
(Designed by Hibou Design & Co.)
This little boy’s nursery has the perfect combination of soft colours and warm tones. We love painted designs or wallpaper on a crib wall because it fills the empty space without any additional furniture.
Expecting a child on the way is always a stressful yet exciting moment. Therefore, I’m sure you have many ideas for designing your baby’s room and we hope these have helped make a…