We’ve rounded up some of our favorite nursery wall art ideas to give you a little inspiration for your own babe’s abode! Framed animal prints, paper corsages, murals and even an accent wall can turn a basic nursery into a unique room for your little one. One of the simplest ways to add something fun on the wall is to frame your favorite card or print or purchase your baby’s initals for over the crib. We’ve found all of these great ideas on pinterest, and with a little online shopping and elbow grease you can D.I.Y most of these projects yourself. Happy decorating! -Olivia
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Posted by Olivia C Myers on April 3, 2015
Whether acting as an accent to an otherwise neutral décor or as a compliment to a mate on the color wheel, a pop of orange adds a sunny touch of happy to any nursery. Without being too harsh – say like a fire engine red – orange brings mellow warmth to a room that’s perfect for baby.
With a base of aqua and grey, small pops of orange bring a ray of cheer!
Ultra-modern and clean lines are instantly brought to life with deep orange accents.
A whimsical play on colors, orange acts as the standout hue in this fun space.
Soothing and serene, it’s the rug that makes this nursery come alive.
Posted by destinationmaternity on January 30, 2014
With the long, cold days of winter remaining in the foreseeable forecast, weekends spent indoors are much to be adored. From comforting eats and cozy knits to adding a touch of brightness and nesting away, we hope you will find the following four things as fabulous as we do.
Wake up to the sinfully delicious smell – and scrumptious taste – of Baked Cinnamon Raisin French Toast, hot out of the oven.
Wrap your bump in luxury by slipping into this Joie Maternity Sweater, the perfect topper for leggings, jeans or your coziest pajamas.
Put the dew back into your skin by dabbing on some highlighter for a refreshingly glowing look.
Bold, bright and beautiful, this orange and turquoise nursery is a fresh haven for your little one.
Posted by destinationmaternity on January 18, 2014
This classic theme has become a modern go-to for the nursery. Traditionally displayed in a blue and white palette, touches of red, yellow and even pink breathe new life into all things nautical for your little one’s haven.
A soothing space reflects small touches of life on the water.
A to-die-for nursery that resembles the interior of an ultra-posh home on the sea.
Bright and cheery with a streamlined appeal, we adore the pops of cherry red.
Bring the nautical theme to your little girl’s room with bold strokes of pink.
Posted by destinationmaternity on January 10, 2014
Bold and modern, geometric shapes add a fab element of cool to any nursery. Be it huge circles stamped on the wall to intricate hexagon patterns that accent one side of the room, this lesson in geometry has nursery decor going way outside of the box – and we love it!
Posted by destinationmaternity on December 26, 2013
A homemade item with both charm and practicality, these DIY Owl Bookends from The Little Appleseed are too cute for words. Customize them to your liking with any fabric of your choice; it’s a simple-to-do project with lasting appeal.
Pattern for the owls
A Sewing Needle and Yarn
Step 1: Make a pattern for the owls.
Step 2: Cut out the fabric needed for the owls. Use flannel. felt and other fabric for the eyes and wings.
Step 3: Hand embroider all of the pieces in place before sewing them together.
Step 4: Leaving an opening at the top, stuff them and put rice at the bottom to weigh them down.
Posted by destinationmaternity on December 4, 2013
Whether you’re finding out if it’s a boy or girl while pregnant, or if you’re waiting for the big reveal during delivery, gender neutral nurseries are an everlasting trend. From cool shades to neutral palettes with pops of colors, we’ve rounded up some of the gender neutral spaces we absolutely adore.
Soothing and lush, this green and white nursery is heavenly.
The ultimate space to dream a thousand beautiful dreams.
Gorgeous, woodland-themed colors bring this neutral space alive.
Yellow and gray are a perfect combo for a cheery nursery with a modern edge.
Posted by destinationmaternity on November 22, 2013
A new take on a classic look, horizontal stripes are showing themselves well on the walls of modern nurseries with serious style. From bright colored hues such as yellow and lime green to subdued grey and cool blue, whether thick, thin or combination of both, they add a subtle punch of chic to your little one’s decor.
Posted by destinationmaternity on November 8, 2013