Baby girl room ideas
This baby girl is either going to grow up to be pageant princess, or she’s going to rebel and become a punk rock biker.
Doing an all-white nursery can be a little intimidating for new mothers, but we liked how this designer pulled it off. By layering textures and playing with reflective surfaces, the nursery feels warm and cozy, but still very clean.
Funny how the top nursery photos in our list include similar elements: soft pink, an ottoman and a stuffed elephant. The standout here, though, is the deep gray wall color.
In this nursery a different colour palette has been utilised to project a sentiment of safety, security and love. The patterned wallpaper continues to provide visual and cognitive stimulation for a growing baby.
This nursery also illustrates how to expose your developing baby to different hues, shades and tints of colour (seen here in the the chair, artwork, paint and bedding), helping a baby’s brain to make important colour connections early on in life.
A safe, organic solution to a fussy baby could be a nursery with a natural color palette. Moss-green walls and cloud-white furnishings will create a calming environment.
A cozy nursing chair in rosy fuchsia welcomes a baby with cheer. It anchors the pink hue that’s woven throughout without making the room feel like the Barbie Dreamhouse.
Getting baby to sleep in the middle of the day can prove difficult with the sun blaring in — but not with blackout shades. Have a blackout lining — a very dense fabric that light can’t penetrate — sewn onto the back of any drapery fabric. Tip: For absolute darkness, install floor-to-ceiling drapes 18 inches past each side of the window.
Bring home your precious new baby to a place brimming with personal style. Vinyl wall decals can be reused, don’t lose adhesive or harm painted walls.