One of the greatest things about decorating a woman’s nursery is you’ll have a blast creating a room that’s pretty, stylish and absolutely girly. However, among the biggest challenges can be keeping each of the fanciness in check so you’ll ultimately have a room that’s functional. This involves careful planning and maybe even some editing, but you don’t have to sacrifice fashion. Here are some woman’s nurseries that are great examples of how prettiness is evenly matched with practicality.
Distinctive Decor, Janice Peters
Most likely, your baby girl is going to be showered with beautifully patterned and colorful clothing, so don’t hide them in the closet. Outfits will be much easier to select if they’re in complete view. Hang them on pretty hooks and make an original art piece that’s practical and fun to modify.
Hi Octane Design
I believe this modern glam nursery is simply too adorable for words! You can not overlook the flair, however I also see function: The wallpapered accent wall serves as a point of interest for the infant; fitted window colors will block outside light at rest time; brightly fixtures deliver balanced lighting; plus a comfy chair is ideal for feeding time.
An armoire provides storage. From a decor perspective, I also like the vertical striped walls. Pink is a very anticipated color to get a woman’s nursery, but by utilizing a striped treatment this chamber has a bit of a exceptional twist.
Little Crown Interiors
Shirred cloth creates a very lavish “tented” ceiling inside this nursery. This design element is also a great way to insulate a room. Furthermore, if you live on the lower floor of an apartment or condominium the cloth can help muffle undesirable noises from above that may wake your little one.
Mixing pretty patterns is a great way to add color and visual stimulation for your baby to enjoy. If you’re working with a small room, look for an area rug with a super-sized motif or a fun wallpaper; they’ll serve as artful accessories without taking up space.
Lighting is often the final thing people think about when designing any room. However, it was given special consideration in this modern nursery. Fantastic lighting makes colors, furniture and even people look and feel better — even in a kid’s room.
Nicole Lanteri Design
A canary yellow Moroccan pouf strengthens this nursery’s yellow, black and gray color scheme. It also produces a spot to put your feet up.
Adeeni Design Group
In this vintage-chic nursery, there is plenty of color and pattern for the baby to enjoy from the ceiling to the ground. In addition, a pair of lime green shelves makes an eye-catching screen area.
Wall decor could be challenging in a space with walls that are angled. Here, a massive mural is the best solution.
More inspiration for kids’ rooms:
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