10 Nurseries That Will Spark Your Baby Fever
Welcoming a new little one to the family is incredibly exciting, especially when you bring your bundle of joy home for the very first time. But how do you even to create the perfect nursery? Well, about nine months of planning and a whole lot of inspiration. These 10 nurseries provide exactly that for someone who might be expecting or who just happens to have a severe case of baby fever.
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Fit for royalty, this nursery incorporates the grandiose touches of a fairytale palace into the small dwelling of a new little prince or princess. Ruling over a kingdom with a chandelier and a crown isn’t exactly half bad for a baby.
It doesn’t have to be all royal trimmings and golden cribs, though. Some spaces are powerful in their simplicity, including this muted nursery that incorporates rustic pieces with a minimalist theme.
But if over-the-top is the name of your game, you can throw the greatest show any baby has ever seen. A circus-themed nursery pretty much ensures that every day will be a party or, even better, a carnival.
If you’re not sure how to bring a different vibe or communicate a particular theme in a nursery — or any room, for that matter — wallpaper is a surefire way to spice things up. With the right pattern, the room will look brand new.
Any house with kids is bound to feel like a zoo from time to time, especially when they start crawling, walking or talking. Better start embracing the wild behavior now. Fun accents like these faux mounted animal heads bring a sense of whimsy to a nursery.
Everyone needs a mascot, and in this case, it’s the fierce, brave lion, perfect for the king of the jungle — or at least the king of your heart. Let’s just hope you don’t hear him roar between the hours of midnight and 7:00 A.M.
Some kids are more adventurous than others. Your child just might grow up with dreams of traveling the world and exploring new places, so why not encourage that sense of adventure from the very start?
Sure, blue isn’t exactly a groundbreaking color choice when it comes to nurseries. That said, there are always new ways of spicing up classic themes or shades. Fun paintings of animals and a unique chandelier? The perfect way to add a little creativity to tried-and-true blue.
The most important part of the nursery for so many parents is their space for nursing or a chair to sit and bond with their baby. No matter what your color choices or crib style preferences are, it’s important to have that special place.
Don’t be afraid to think outside of the box. Bright, unusual colors, artsy paintings of wise owls and '70s-inspired curtains all come together to create a space that ensures your baby will be born into good taste.