387 Traditional 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 
Barcelona Mirror Hot Pink
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This rectangular, Traditional mirror features an ornate open scroll work frame that is finished in a glossy hot pink lacquer. Dimensions: 32" x 46" x 1" Inner Dimensions: 23"x 35" Weight: 32.00 Material: Resin Ship Via FedEx: YES Availability: Custom Made per Order
“would look awesome in my black and white with touches of pink room” — Melissa Dillabaugh
Animal Alphabet Flashcards with Hanging Kit
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Make the ABCs as easy as 1, 2, 3 with these sweet, silly flashcards. Delightfully illustrated and cleverly designed to teach your little one both animals and the alphabet, they also come with a hanging kit to transform them into a charming room decoration.
“For shawna” — gailbrsymer
Peacock Quilted Cotton Baby Blanket
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Gender neutral and oh-so splendid, this Indian, hand quilted, cotton baby blanket presents the majestic feathered spread of the male peacock in courtship mode. Screenprinted with azo-free dyes, the sunny yellow background makes the peacock design pop. It will brighten your baby nursery and makes a great shower gift to those waiting for the gender surprise!
“Baby gifts” — cdressage
Metal Globe with Arc Shape
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Metal Globe is an excellent anytime low priced table decor upgrade option that is high in modern age decor fashion because of its great decor appeal and educational worth. Metal globe with arc mounted on a tripod works as an excellent educational tool for your children. Features: *Material: Rust free premium grade metal alloy *Color: Black *Unique table decor *Impressive *Inv...More
Always Kiss Me Goodnight Canvas Nursery Wall Art
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Always Kiss Me Goodnight is a beautiful canvas reproduction of Sherri Blum's original nursery wall art. Available in three colors, pink, green and blue, this sentimental and sweet nursery wall decor has been seen in celebrity nurseries of such hollywood stars as Mario Lopez and John O'Hurley. Sherri Blum, CID, has touched the lives of countless children, designing exquisite, ...More
Animal Alphabet Wall Art
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Introduce your little one to the wild world of words with help from some adorable artwork. Cheerful, colorful and packed with furry friends, this beautifully matted and framed piece promises to brighten up your nursery (in more ways than one).
“Could make a collection of d for dog letters and frame them put them on mud room wall with hanging l” — arthur85
Tiger Quilted Cotton Baby Blanket
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Be a tiger mom and earn your stripes with this lovely, aqua-colored, quilted cotton baby blanket. Made in India, home to the Bengal tiger, this 100 percent cotton throw will bring fierceness and color to your baby nursery.
Junko Circles Fabric Garland
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Button, button, who's got the button? Baby will, thanks to these colorful cotton buttons strung into a long garland for hanging above the crib, on a wall, or from the ceiling. As if that's not cute enough, there are small bells inside.
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Some decor questions to ask yourself include:

What nursery theme will work for my space?


One of the fun things about decorating for a baby is the breadth of themes you can incorporate, ranging from monkeys or a jungle theme to outer space, butterflies or cars. While your baby is growing, you can use this opportunity to pick out a subject or theme you and your child love. Reflect on your own hobbies and passions and consider making it a theme. This theme can be reflected in vinyl wall stickers or decals, and you can also use stencils to paint patterns above the crib or around the nursery. Bring in a personal touch by painting a mural on the wall. Consider bringing out your theme even further with stuffed animals as well as fabric patterns.

What are some great baby-specific items I can include?


A nice crib with adorable crib sheets and baby bedding is a great start. Pick out a comfortable glider or rocker and a soft throw to keep your baby warm as you rock your baby to sleep with nursery rhymes. You can pick out a musical or decorative mobile to hang over the crib from the ceiling. The baby’s mobile can easily coordinate with the theme, featuring animals or airplanes.

What other nursery decorations should I use?


A children’s rug to suit your theme is at your disposal, as well as brightly patterned curtains. Spell your baby’s name out with wooden or patterned letter shapes above a door or by the crib. A chandelier is a nice lighting piece that many nursery rooms have included. You can also place a bed crown and canopy over the crib. Go DIY and hang a handmade garland across the wall or repaint a sideboard in a bright and bold color. You can also hang a quilt as a piece of tapestry or use it to keep your baby warm, or decorate with baby-themed wallpaper. A themed switch plate and night light are also nice touches to include.

Incorporate decorative storage items with fabric storage boxes, baskets or ottomans. Ottomans also come in fun shapes like puzzle pieces that can fit in nicely with your nursery. As your baby grows up, install a toy hammock or invest in a toy organizer to keep your baby’s toys from scattering all over the room.
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