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Baby Girl and Baby Boy Nursery Ideas

15th November 2015 |By | Be the first to comment

Preparing for your little one to arrive is an exciting time. Don’t stress out about the nursery as at we have prepared some of our favourites which aren’t all difficult to recreate, resulting in something you are really proud of! See below our baby girl and baby boy nursery ideas.

Unisex Neutral Nursery Inspiration

Neutral unisex nurseries are still extremely popular in 2015. One reason people don’t go for the traditional pink and blue is that they are leaving the gender as a surprise but it is also a very trendy design choice. Favoured schemes at the moment are neutral creams and beiges, animal prints, bold patterns and colours, and calming greys.

Unisex and neutral baby nursery ideas

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At, we sell a wide range of products to dress up your nursery and make it pretty! The hot air balloon paper lanterns make a lovely feature teamed up with the LED lights for extra effect at night time. They work particularly well alongside neutral creams for either a boy’s or girl’s room. If neutral isn’t your thing, consider dusky pink or midnight blue walls to help create a starry night effect.

Baby Boy Nursery Inspiration

A big trend at the moment is subtle pale blues or neutral walls with blue accessories or vice versa. Decorating one wall in a pattern or bolder colour than the rest is still a desired choice and it brings that little bit of life in to the room without committing to all four walls. Subtlety can go a long way when decorating.

Baby boy nursery ideas

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Celebrate the birth of your little bundle of joy with a personalised print with name and birth date which makes a nice addition to a wall collage, set of drawers or alongside other toys and furnishings.


Baby Girl Nursery Inspiration

Light pink shades with greys, whites or creams is big right now. It is a slight adaptation to the neutral creams which have been popular over the past few years. Pink also works well with pastel shades of blue and lime green to add dimension to the room. When adding the final touches to the nursery, it is all about the three A’s; accessorise, accessorise, accessorise. Use accessories and colour to make the nursery stimulating and educational for your baby, creating an exciting and interactive environment for your child to grow and learn in.

Baby girl nursery ideas

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Hanging paper tissue peonies add a bit of colour and pizazz into the nursery. You don’t have to stick with just pinks either. Greens and creams work beautifully alongside it which can be carried out throughout the rest of the room. At we have a large range of lighting to create the mood and add depth. Bunting works equally as well or anywhere around the room to add a bit of interest.

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Faye is's most recent newlywed - take a glimpse of her Real Wedding. Her other duties include design, monitoring user experience and managing our bridesmaid Facebook page. In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her dog, Bandit and going for runs with her local running club.

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