Nursery Design!

Nursery photo courtesy of @peoniesandtwine
Starry Night littlebeam pictured

One of the most fun and exciting parts of looking forward to baby’s arrival is the design and decoration of the nursery! While this is a fun task, it can be overwhelming to decide on a theme (there are so many adorable designs!) and get everything put in place to make the space both functional and fashionable. On the blog this week, with the help of our littlebeam pillows, we’ve got some fun nursery themes and design ideas to spark your creative side!

Take your little one on a safari with a zoo animal theme! Appropriate for boys and girls, this theme is one that you can get started on even if you don’t know the little ones gender quite yet! From wall art to decorative pillows for the ever-essential rocking chair, this theme is one that will never get old in our book. With greens and tans, this theme lends itself to a subtle, earthy atmosphere that is sure to keep baby calm all night long!

Not feeling the animal theme? Give a shout-out to the starry skies we love so much! With our Starry Night littlebeam, you can design a nursery in soothing blue tones, and add an accent with unique ceiling lights that mimic the sky outside. Paint the walls a light blue, with whites and navys and you’ve got yourself a trip to a galaxy far far away to keep baby’s imagination alive!

Feeling something a little more girly? Littlebeam has a couple pink patterns that will fit in perfectly! From a light pink wall color, to darker pink accents throughout, your little girl will feel like a princess in no time. Add in some ornate wall art, and a unique lighting fixture, and this will feel like a palace!

Looking for more ideas and inspiration? Etsy is one of our favorites for homemade and vintage pieces that really tie any room together. Simply search for the theme you’re looking for, and try not to put everything you see in the cart!

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