Let’s face it, not everyone has a talent for decorating, but everyone does want to design a nursery for their baby that is “Oh So Adorable!” Then, you ask… How does the average Marge Simpson design a nursery that keeps up with the Joneses? It’s not as hard as it seems. Here’s a handy trick that will help any so-so decorator create a nursery to be proud of.
You Simply Cheat! Yes, you read that right. I don’t usually condone cheating, but when it comes to decorating…cheat away! Check out professional pictures of nurseries to see what the decorator gurus are doing and reproduce that same room, with matching colors, nursery sets and accessories.
The easiest way to find beautiful nursery pictures is to go to SimplyBabyFurniture.com and check out our baby furniture brand page photos. Below I’ve provided you with beautiful examples of how a picture can give you all the ideas you need to design the most beautiful nursery on the block. Feel free to cheat by using some of these stunning nursery ideas that include vibrant or calming colors, adorable accessories, cute rugs, fancy valances and more.
If you get caught “cheating”…you didn’t hear this idea from me “wink-wink”.
This Bassett Baby nursery photo is a beautiful example of how to design a baby room that offers earthy tones to create a calm environment for your baby.
The Berg Furniture nursery picture shows how to use two-toned walls with soft, cheerful colors on the valance and rug to create a whimsical nursery design.
Pali has shown that neutral definitely isn’t boring, by combining lighter and darker shades of beige contrasted with rich colored furnishings.
QCollection Junior put together an adorable nursery by using vivid colors combined with white furnishings that both add energy to the space.
The Lea Industries nursery picture showcases a unique use of colors, mixing beige with white furnishings that go beautifully with the room’s white detailing and interestingly hung beige curtains. They added the final touch to this adorable nursery with a colorful rug as a centerpiece.
Finally South Shore Furniture created an “All About Baby”space using adorable accessories with soft colors to create a playful and comfortable nursery.