3 Styles For Your Baby Room 

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When you bring home your bundle of joy, you want to make sure that you have the perfect baby room for them. This will be an important space in terms of their development, cognitive function and social development, so it should be a space that supports this and has a calm atmosphere but also somewhere fun for them to grow up in. Here are a few styles that could be perfect for your baby’s room.

1. Scandinavian Interior Design

There is a very good reason why the Scandinavian interior design style has been so popular in recent years. This can be a neutral and peaceful space but also one that is very warm, cosy and welcoming – this makes it perfect for a baby. A fitted wardrobe will be a good addition so that you can maximise the space and keep the space neat and tidy while still having easy access to everything that you need.

The use of natural materials like wood is important and you can then make the room feel warmer with soft furnishings, texture and decoration. 

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2. Pastel Themed

A pastel theme will look completely different from the Scandinavia theme, but it is still a style that will create a peaceful, calm and relaxed atmosphere. Pastel colours can help to set the right tone and you can then have a focal feature wall with a different colour or a mural that your baby will enjoy looking at. You can also add splashes of bold colours through decoration and furnishings, such as colourful rugs and artwork on the walls.

If it’s a baby girl, then stunning butterfly paintings will do the job. For boys, you can choose something inspired by superheroes.

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3. Mix & Match

Of course, there is a chance that this will also be a space used by an older sibling and it is important to consider them during what can be a difficult time for youngsters. You will want to add in their personality as well and a mixed and matched style could be fun and unique.

You could use different prints on the wallpaper or curtains and then have accents that tie the whole room together for a more complete look. One way to do this is to have soft toys throughout the room, such as plush monkeys on both sides of the room or their favourite animal.

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These are just a few ideas for themes for your newborn’s room. This will be an important space for their development, so you want to make sure that it is somewhere that is calm, relaxing and peaceful but also a fun environment. 

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