Decorating the nursery is one of the most-exciting parts of having a baby. Of course, the big question is where do you begin when you're dealing with a blank slate? If you need some inspiration in this matter, check out the following trends for baby nurseries.
1. Pastel Color Nursery
Everything from crib canopies to curtains look good in pastel colors. So why not decorate the entire nursery in pastels!? Baby blue, mauve, pink, and light green are just some of the pastel colors that you can sprinkle throughout your baby's room to create a nice look.
2. Arrows and Teepees Nursery
Teepees and arrows have been trending in home decor for a while. And this combination will create an excellent look in your baby nursery too. You can use stencils or decals to create teepees and/or arrows on the nursery wall, while of course using Native American-inspired decorations in other areas of the room too.
3. Black, White, and Gold Nursery
Black and white is certainly nothing new with regard to baby nurseries, or decorating in general. But splashing gold around this tried-and-true color combination is becoming more common. Gold helps keep black and white from looking too old-fashioned while providing just enough accent to bring everything together.
4. Modern Nursery
Think that modern decorating trends only apply to sophisticated adults? Why not bring this trend into your baby's nursery too with a clear crib, light grey walls, and white dressers. This look ties in really well together if you have plenty of windows to let natural light in.
5. Color Bursts
If you really want your nursery to pop, use color bursts throughout the room. You can use bright red lamps, colorful animal decals, bright green dressers, and more to bring the room to life. This style especially looks good when a couple of the walls are a solid navy blue or grey.
6. Nautical Nursery
You don't have to go overboard here with anchors and sailboats everywhere, but a nautical-themed nursery also creates a nice look. White dressers, light grey walls, and muted pictures/frames will help you create this subtle sea theme. Of course, a few boats, anchors, and rope decorations won't hurt to complete a nautical nursery.