Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Nursery Decor tips & Inspiration

So, right now three of my very best girlfriends are pregnant!! I thought it'd be fun to share some  nursery decor inspiration!! I'll share my soon-to-be 9 month old, Kolt's nursery within the next day or two! For now, enjoy these nursery ideas & tips!

Simple Nursery Planning tips:

1) Furniture: The options are endless when it comes to picking out baby furniture. It helps to know the color, then decide from there.  Try not to go overboard and just stick to the basics. You'll need a crib ( I tend to like convertible ones so that they grow with your little one), changing table and dresser. It's also nice to have My fave links to baby furniture: Target, Overstock, Babies R Us.

Graco Lauren in Chocolate-Target


Mission Bay Furniture Collection in White-Target

Chloe Rocker & Ottoman Set- JC Penney

Best Sweetheart Rocker and Ottoman-JC Penney
2. Decide on a theme or color scheme. For Kolton's nursery, I knew that I wanted baby blues and chocolate but wasn't set on a theme. I lucked out by finding Dwell Studio Elephants on clearance at Target. I used this theme to help shape the rest of the room. Check out these beautiful Dwell Studio bedding sets. So lovely!







3. Personalize: It's cute and easy to jazz up your baby's space by personlizing it. Use letters to spell out their name above their crib, include embroidered blankets & pillows or applying vinyl rub-ons to the walls are easy ways to make your nursery even sweeter.

lowercase letters-Potterybarnkids.com

Espresso Capital Letters-Potterybarnkids.com
Round rug with animal print monogram-rosenberryrooms.com
Cute Birdie Wall Decal
Cute birdie wall decal-www.rosenberryrooms.com




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2 comments:

9701b136-34b4-11e0-bb6e-000bcdcb471e said...

Great job how about some pics of Kolt's room?

My Urban Child said...

This is collection timeless Modern Baby Cribs selections that many parents love. It is usually accompanied by bright basic colors, which means you can use it for a boy or a girl.