The nursery is a space which holds too much importance for parents. As they are welcoming their little bundle of joy, they are overwhelmed as well as excited. In comparison to a kid’s room or their own room, parents spend more time on thinking about a nursery room. Yes, the overall design does matter but don’t worry about it, there is no need to get nervous. First, of all, think about the nursery essentials i.e. baby furniture. What would your baby need? Start with a crib or a baby cot, then a nursery wardrobe or a dresser to store clothes in it; then a rocking chair and if not that a wing chair. And if you want to use the nursery as a toddler room in the future, think before designing the room. Consider adding a baby cot bed which can turn into a toddler bed when your baby grows up. Also, don’t forget to add blackout drapes or curtains for your baby’s good sleep.
There is no other room like a nursery and planning or designing a baby room can be quite a task without a proper outlook. Nurseries warm and cozy, built by so much love and care and beautiful memories of the parents before designing the room as well the new memories with their little bundle of joy. Nurseries are a great place to get super creative. Be it a contemporary nursery design or an Eclectic nursery design, the designing possibilities are endless. Thus, if you are going to become parents for the very first time, check out some modern baby bedroom designs ideas to get a perspective of what you want in your baby’s room.
Don’t overdo the nursery room. You don’t want it crowded with bright colored furniture as well as walls. Start with subdued colors for the walls, floor, and the major baby furniture pieces. After that added splash of some bright colors in the room such as with gray and white you can add some yellow or aqua; mint with a splash of baby pink or aqua.
Pastels are never going to go out of style. If you are not into the whole themed nursery, then you can definitely think about pastels. Pastels give that warm and fuzzy feeling that suits the baby perfectly, even when he/she grows up. Shades such as powder blue, mint, corals, dusty pink coordinated with the beige color, light purple color, gray with pops of white or yellow would work great for a pastel nursery design. You can also coordinate fabrics to create a unique theme for the room. Also not only the walls, you can choose pastel colored baby cot also.
Don’t forget to add some bright colors in the nursery. Bright colors bring positivity thus, if not walls, and then you can add bright colored nursery bedding, or colorful nursery furniture or colorful or geometrical rugs or drapes. For example, with gray and white you can add blue or light purple or mint.
Nurseries used to be pink and blue but not anymore. You don’t have to go with the traditional baby pink and baby blue. For a modern nursery room, you can think beyond that. Keep the nursery as neutral as possible because that could be used for a little brother or a sister.
Well, it is not necessary to design a nursery room according to a theme. Just add a little bit of this and that. Like a galaxy theme or panda theme bedding; different colored or patterned rugs. If the furniture pieces are simple, then you can add some wall murals. Also, don’t crowd your rooms with nursery murals. Just add it on one wall or some design blending into two walls. Not more than that. One more thing, if you don’t want the wall murals, you can decorate the ceiling. You can add stars, geometrical shapes, tribal patterns, birds, clouds, leaves, stripes, etc.
Moreover, you can also add colors such as corals and blush for a gray baby bedroom, black and white, triangle walls, abstract art. For colorful furniture, add ombre drawers, patterned rugs, textiles, stripes, prints, colorful pillows, etc. Lastly, create a room that you adore. Don’t stress about a theme that whether it’s eclectic or traditional or ultra-modern. Design with the colors you love and create your own unique nursery décor.