121 Contemporary Nursery Decor
When decorating your nursery, try to think long term with a style that can last up to 6 years or until a child starts to request a different room decor. Decide first whether you want a neutral color scheme or one that happily reflects your baby’s gender and then work from there. Greens, yellows and blues work for boys and girls alike. Decorating the nursery is a small but fun aspect of being a parent, so don’t be afraid to have fun! More
Watch your child grow by feet and inches and have the photos to prove it! If you have kids, you have photos (from school, sports teams, birthdays, holidays, etc.), and until now, you probably haven't had a good way to display those yearly photos! Our brand new Kid's Photo Growth Chart is a totally unique way to keep track of your child's growth physically, as well as in photos. This hanging organizer can be customized as your child grows and changes: one side for photos of your child and the other side for photos...
Good manners are very important in my home. My husband and I intend to teach our children to be polite, respectful and grateful. This print reminds kids of the things they must and must not do while also reminding them of the most important thing of all: a mother's love.
This adorable watercolor will hang above the baby's crib in a gallery wall. Remember to anchor pictures in a baby's room. Command velcro strips are an easy way to secure frames in addition to the picture hooks.
I adore these sweet drawings of elephants, bunnies and other animals. They would make the perfect decorations for a nursery.
I love this sweet little message for my baby boy's wall. Mix this in with other framed art accents for a fun art collage wall.
I love the delicate wings of these paper butterflies crafted out of sheet music. I would put a whole flock above baby's crib.
This ecofriendly, decorative owl is handmade in Italy with 100-percent-organic cotton and natural dyes. The owl's two eyes and legs are made with 100-percent-natural twine. It would make for a fun way to decorate bookshelves and other areas for kids.
This print is just darling. It comes in a bunch of colors, but I especially love this one for a baby boy's nursery.
It's super easy to decoupage a wooden monogram (I have instructions on my blog). Use sheet music instead of scrapbook paper to create a musical monogram.
My sister-in-law fell so in love with this talented little owl that she bought the whole series. Who can resist those big round eyes?
Created by Argentinian artist Paola Zakimi, this alphabet print features adorable baby animals. I love how these fun animals will be able to teach any child to learn the ABCs.
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