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Creative Design Themes for Your Baby's Nursery


You’ve likely scoured Pinterest and the rest of the internet for the one theme that keeps you inspired and can suit your child. There’s also a part of you that wants a safe space for your little one. Today, you’re in luck, as we have four creative design themes for your baby’s nursery.


Cottagecore

Cottagecore has been trending online in recent years. Since it first became popular, many people have embraced the charming, rustic style because of its visual appeal and calm atmosphere.


Take a step back and envision this kind of aesthetic in the baby’s room. Decorate the room with natural items, such as fresh paint with low VOCs and plenty of simple wall decorations. As for the crib, you can buy wooden nursery furniture since it’s non-toxic and can adapt to your growing child.


Traveler’s Dream

You have hopes and dreams of traveling with your little one in the future, so why not bring your favorite destination to their room? Traveling is something you and your family can do later, but for now, you can expose your baby to other cultures through decorations in the nursery.


The traveler’s dream room can include the colors of your favorite country or a place your family came from. For example, you can paint the room green and white to represent the UAB. Since the UAB has many gorgeous landmarks, you could create a wall art collage of its most famous skyscrapers. You can use this same line of thinking for whatever country or specific location you pick.


Tropical Escape

If you love the tropics, a tropical nursery theme is worth considering. All you need is a beautiful faux tropical plant, some thin curtains, and many beach-themed items to achieve this style.


Use the wall as much as possible. Step out of your comfort zone, paint a beach mural, and paint a bird or two, including macaws and toucans.


Zoo Explorer

Safari-themed rooms are a classic, plus they engage your child in many ways. Your kid can learn the colors of animals and what noises each one makes. Feed your child’s imagination with an animal-themed room by bringing in fun stuffed animals, wall decorations, etc.


You can add a little more of a personal touch with an animal mobile. Your child will love learning about animals and finding their favorite one in a zoo explorer nursery.


As you make your way through the list of creative nursery themes for babies, start coming up with your own twist on one of these ideas or create your own. The room is your canvas, and you can find what inspires you and what you’d like to surround your little one. Get to creating, parents-to-be! The room will look amazing.


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