Yesterday my son turned 9 months old. WHAT?! How did that happen? Everyone used to tell me how time flies when you have kids, but I am realizing now, just how true that really is. But I swear this isn’t going to be a sappy post!
Before Blake was born, I had so much fun decorating his room in a Nautical/Beach theme. Even though Blake has only been in his nursery for about 5 months, I am already getting the itch to redecorate. Bad right?! Although I am trying my best to hold off, I can’t help but browse all the amazing decor ideas on the web! So today I am sharing some Nursery Inspiration for all you other Mama’s that might be looking for ideas!
Pinterest really is pretty amazing when you need (or don’t need) inspiration! Here are a few photos that really caught my attention:
My decor style is pretty inconsistent, but I have always loved adding rustic touches to my home. I love the natural wood in this room, and the fact that it was used as an entire wall covering is unexpected and unique. I’m also adoring the pops of orange and green in this Woodland themed nursery!
The grey furniture in this eclectic nursery makes adding colour really easy to change. The pop of yellow in the wall mural and area rug really pulls the room together so it’s not too neutral. I love the touches of gold in the light fixture and airplane. A very modern, unique space!
How cool is this metallic wood wall? Accented by the side table and light fixture, I think this is a really neat concept. Overall, this room is pretty similar to Blake’s. White, Navy and Grey. But I like that this nursery doesn’t necessarily have a “theme.” Anyone else love the teepee? I can’t wait to get one when Blake’s a little older to use as a quiet reading space. Or maybe a Mommy hiding place?
My husband and I have a thing for globes and maps. And as you can tell by now, I also have a thing for feature walls! This whimsical, vintage-looking map is perfect for the little traveller! Little ones could really get their imaginations going with this neat design.
The contrasting blue and green against the crisp white is extremely eye-catching. Using the peg board is a genius idea if you want the look of a gallery wall without the commitment! Maybe the bright colours would distract my little guy while I change him? 😉
There’s something about a simple white nursery that just feels so calming to me. I love the light and airy atmosphere of this nursery. And again, you can easily add touches of any colour you want!
Does your nursery have a theme? What’s your favourite style of decorating?