Expecting your first child is a very exciting experiences, and many soon to be new mums and dads are keen to get their new baby’s room or nursery fully decorated and prepared in good time before the big arrival. If you’re considering some creative ways to decorate your baby’s room, here are some ideas you might like.
Babies don’t really need anything expensive hanging on the wall, so if you’re thinking of hanging some pictures or wall art in the new nursery, this can usually be done quite cheaply. Childhood favourite cartoons, such as Winnie The Pooh, make excellent options for nursery room wall art. Wall stickers and wall decals are a very popular choice with new parents, as they’re available in a wide range of designs suited for nurseries and children’s rooms and can be applied and removed very easily. Many companies who design and sell wall stickers will also be able to add your new baby’s name and/or date of birth to the sticker, which is a really cute idea for decorating the nursery.
If you’re not opting to find out what the baby’s sex is going to be, you’re probably best to stick to neutral colours for the nursery even if you’re really sure that you know what the sex will be, as you just never know. If you want to add a bit of colour or design, you can get customer wallpapers made with baby accessories pictures perfect for a nursery, or, if you’ve used decals or stickers, cartoon characters that match up with them creates an adorable, charming baby theme for your nursery. If you do know the sex of the baby, you don’t have to stick to the basic pink for girls or blue for boys – choose whatever colour you like! Remember, however that bright colours might not be the best for helping your baby relax, so stick to lighter pastel colours such as pale yellow or lilac. If you are looking for some accessories like picture frame check this website for details.
As an expecting parent you’ve probably received a hoard of gifts from family, friends and work colleagues and will be eager to put them to use in your freshly decorated nursery room, all ready and waiting for the baby’s entrance into the world. Remember the basics, though – you will need a cot or Moses basket, blankets and a changing mat in your nursery room. Many new mothers also like to put a rocking chair in the nursery to use for late night feeds, as it’s a comfortable way to relax whilst feeding your baby late at night, as well as helping to rock them back to sleep.