16 Eclectic 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
Add wooden birdhouses to a painted tree mural or decal to create the illusion of 3-D. It's inexpensive and adorable.
Wooden Bird Houses
I've noticed that a lot of travel-inspired nursery art is very masculine, so I have a soft spot for this feminine graphic that will inspire little lady explorers.
This print makes me laugh — what's better to look at all the time than something that makes you laugh? It's perfect for my dudes!
The vibrant colors and swirling patterns in this picture are mesmerizing. Plus, who doesn't love cute little houses?
How cool is this metal highway letter? It would make for great design (especially on a chalkboard-painted wall) and a great story.
Keep a picture of your little one in this cute turtle frame. It's hand-painted with acrylics and finished with a matte seal. The picture opening is 4-inches by 6-inches. A great accent to any turtle-themed room!
I wouldn't normally think of monsters as a nursery theme, but this monster is just so stinkin' friendly and cute.
This watercolor-and-ink print was inspired by an Allan Grant photo of the legendary designer Charles Eames's wearable toys. Every time I look at it I can't help but smile. I'm almost certain that any child would have the same reaction.
It just makes me smile to look at these adorable piggies splashing in a pond. This print would be a happy addition to any wall.
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