Gorgeous Inspiration For Creating Your Baby's Nursery
This article is sponsored by Persil Non-Bio & Comfort Pure.
Creating your baby's nursery is one of the most exciting parts of getting ready for baby's arrival! When you're building a crib, or hanging some freshly washed baby clothes in a wardrobe, it suddenly starts to feel so real and exciting. You're not just decorating a room, you're creating a warm, cosy environment for you and your baby to bond over the coming months, for baby to sleep soundly and safely, for you to feed, for memories to be made.
With so many styles and options available, it can be hard to know where to start. Here's some inspiration to get your creative juices flowing!
Classic Cream & Rich Mahogany
This sophisticated, elegant nursery is just gorgeous! The mixture of rich creams, combined with the focal point of the dark wood of the crib really makes this room stand out. Recreate it yourself by choosing dark cream paint and cream furnishings, some pretty wall art, and a dark wood crib.
Light & Airy
This fresh, crisp and bright nursery is heavenly. The white furnishings and fixtures are perfect if you don't yet know the gender of your baby. The armchair looks so comfy, perfect for feeding. Recreate this nursery yourself by choosing all white furniture and accessories.
I absolutely love the style of this nursery! The grey and white throughout is complimented perfectly by the splashes of yellow seen around the entire room. You can recreate this look by keeping all of your main fixtures a neutral colour, and accessorising with pops of your favourite colour.
Add a touch of fun to the room with teddy bears and bright wall art. You can pick up really lovely, affordable wall art, in places like Dunnes Stores, Penneys and IKEA.
Natural & Beautiful
The gorgeous unfinished wood in this room is really striking. And I love the open chest of drawers, displaying the lovely baby clothes, ready to be worn! There's something about this room that screams 'nature'. Probably the wood! Recreate it yourself by keeping things really simple, and make the most of your chest of drawers by displaying those gorgeous clothes.
Baby Clothes as a Focal Point
Let's be honest - baby clothes are adorable! And sometimes, they're so nice that they're too good to be worn! (I'm totally turning into my own mother, aren't I?!) Well, why not pick an item or two from your baby's gorgeous collection and display them on the walls, instead of wall art? A lovely way to add a bit of colour and personality to your baby's nursery. Don't forget, when washing your baby’s clothes and bed linen for the first time, wash separately from the rest of the family’s, and use a non-bio detergent that will be delicate on newborn skin, such as Persil Non-Bio. To make the clothes soft, use a delicately fragranced fabric conditioner which is kind to skin, such as Comfort Pure.
So, are you feeling inspired? Let us know what you do for your baby's nursery in the comments below. This article has been sponsored by Persil Non-Bio & Comfort Pure. Giving fresh and pure results at every wash, while being gentle on delicate skins. Available to purchase in all major supermarkets and grocery stores.