Mommy Katie: 3 Ways to Create a Fun Nursery

Wednesday, January 20, 2016

3 Ways to Create a Fun Nursery

Decorating your nursery and turning it into a fun place to be is a wonderful way to create memories of your first couple years with your baby. Creating a fun place can lift your spirits and create a joyful time! Follow these suggestions below on how to make an amazingly fun room!


Wallpaper
Wallpaper is a sure fire way to instantly add an element of excitement and fun to your nursery. It turns plain walls into little scenes and brings life to your entire room! With the vast amount of variety available in wallpaper, nearly any theme and color scheme is possible. Brighten up your room with some fun wallpaper to match your nursery furniture and watch your nursery transform.


Details, details details!
Forget about some lame Ikea furniture with stark white paint and opt for some furniture with color and intricacy. While plain furniture may look clean cut, it is far from fun and bubbly, and having a fun and bubbly room can definitely lift your mood. In this case, you want to stay in the mindset of ‘it’s the little things.’ Incorporate some luxury baby furniture with maybe a touch of pink paint here, a pop of yellow there, and some stunning knobs and wood detailing on your dressers. The sum of all the little details is sure to create a wondrous and fun room with eye catching intrigue no matter where you look.


Toys!
Nothing says ‘fun’ like toys! Childhood is full of wonderful memories, but especially those of the vast amount of toys! Create a warm and welcoming place by placing your oversized stuffed animals and extra special toys on display. Not every single item has to be tucked away and stored and having some toys out will add a sense of playfulness to the room.


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3 comments:

Tamra Phelps said...

I really like that map wallpaper! That would also look great in a library or an office space!

Jenna said...

Wow, that dresser is beautiful!

Aimee said...

I, too, have a map, but not in my office or baby room. It's in my bedroom. Love looking at it while I relax.