21 Mar Five of the best baby rooms
You’ve waited nine months for your little bundle of joy to arrive so it’s only fitting that you create the perfect room to welcome them into the home with.
During your pregnancy, you’re going to have a lot to think about and prepare, and decorating the baby’s bedroom may be the last thing on your mind. But if you’re struggling for inspiration, don’t worry, because we’ve chosen five of our favourite baby rooms to help get you started.
1. Decorate with Primary Colours
You may want to keep the gender of your baby a surprise so when it comes to decorating the nursery room for your new-born, stick to gender neutral colours. Primary colours are the perfect solution to suit a boy or a girl.
As the walls in this nursery room are mainly a pale yellow, it helps to keep the room light and airy. The soft, powder blue towards the ceiling will have a calming effect on your baby as he or she sleeps, whilst the bright red chair is the perfect place to sit where you can rock your little one to sleep.
2. Fresh and Functional
Whilst it may be a lovely idea to recreate a baby room worthy of a fairy tale princess, you have to bear in mind that the best room for your baby will be a practical one.
We love this clean and crisp looking nursery from lovehome.co.uk. Keeping the walls white enables you to invest in plenty of brightly coloured, fun accessories and toys for your baby. What’s more, there’s even a bed for when they outgrow the cot.
3. Old-School Nursery
Another great idea for a nursery is to invest in old fashioned toys and pretty wallpaper to make the room a beautiful sanctuary where you and your baby can spend quality bonding time.
How gorgeous is this pale blue baby room from housetohome.co.uk? It comes complete with rocking horse and rocking chair to help soothe your baby in times of distress. The powder blue wallpaper will have a calming effect on your little one, whilst the practical large white chest of drawers will make the perfect storage facility. There’s even space underneath the cot for more storage should you need it.
4. Keep Things Girly
If you know that you’re expecting a girl, you may wish to reflect that in the colour and style of the baby room. But you don’t have to make it wall-to-wall pink for it to be girly.
Channel4.com proves that you can create a girly bedroom for your baby girl without using too much pink. We particularly love the sweetheart cot and love heart-shaped draw handles. The floral wallpaper keeps the room contemporary but feminine while the spotty pink rug adds a homely and cosy touch.
5. Merry-Go-Round Bedroom
Get your baby interested in the fun fair from day one will a themed bedroom.
We wouldn’t want to sue the phrase, saving the best until last, but we were immediately drawn to this pretty and unique looking baby room seen on Pinterest.com, ideal for those with twins. We’d love to know whether the merry-go-round rotates, as we think that would be great for helping your precious bundles of joy off to the land of nod. Once again, the use of bright primary colours keeps the room looking fun and fresh.
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