5 Adorable Nursery Wall Ideas

Nursery_Walls_3-608x508We’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 initials 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! -OliviaNursery_Walls_2-608x640

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The Perfect Nautical Nursery

Nurseries To CraveA friend of mine just decorated her little boy’s nursery in an adorable nautical theme! She loves the beach and ocean, so she brought those earth and water tones into the room where she can spend time with her little one. I love the results and the theme! Nautical is a trend in interior and nursery design, in particular, that never gets old. It’s continually being updated with new elements. Nurseries To Crave

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If you are thinking about trying this theme, remember to include lots of white to keep the room looking fresh and airy. Navy is a great neutral too; plus, it will transition well into a big kid’s room. Stripes, whales, anchors and sail boats make for perfect touches for this motif, whether on a pillow, wall mural or mobile. AND… for the final finisher, try choosing an accent color of light blue, yellow or even green for some fun and freshness. Baby’s layette and clothing will also go perfectly with this color palette, so it all works together. Happy decorating! -Olivia

Wendy Bellissimo Wraparound Coverall And Hat Set/ 2 Teddy Bear/ 3 Sophie The Giraffe/ 4 Sitting Pouf / 5 Mirror / 6 Toy Boat/ 7 Anchor Pillow/ 8 Nautical/ 9 Seahorse Toys/ 10 Whale

 

Golden Nursery Inspiration

Well before my son came into my life I was forever switching up my interior décor. It’s a favorite past time of mine, maybe because I am a designer at heart. I constantly am keeping up with the latest in-home decor and always changing something. I absolutely loved decorating Grey’s nursery and since he’s now a toddler, I am still changing up the space to suit him. I did a Safari Theme for his nursery featuring giraffes and elephants, but I recently came across another nursery decor idea that I love just as much. Gold is a big element in the latest nursery design. I absolutely love how it can work for either a boy or girl too!Nurseries_3-608x1310Gold is quite chic against neutral colors like ivory and grey, plus it looks amazing with lighter shades like mint green or blush pink. To get the look just add gold frames, maybe a pillow, and sunburst mirror. If you aren’t finding the perfect gold mirror or picture frame, you can always purchase gold spray paint at your local hardware store and get a fabulous look at a fraction of the price. I also love the idea of putting a pair of baby booties in a picture box for an easy and cute wall art idea.  Freshly Picked has some of the cutest moccasins for showcasing, baby wearing, or for gifting.Nurseries_2-608x815

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A great glider in your nursery is another must. I love the grey velvet one featured. It is similar to the glider we had for Greyson’s nursery. Now that he’s grown out of rocking time with mommy, we relocated the glider to my husband’s office and it works perfectly since it’s so neutral and doesn’t scream “BABY!”

To round out the nursery I also featured some of my favorite items for baby as well.  My picks are a cute baby coverall, Aden + Anais Swaddles, plush blanket and of course Sophie the Giraffe. I hope you enjoy decorating your baby’s nursery as much as I did.- Olivia

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