I have to be honest with you – Evan does not have what many would call a “Pinterest-worthy” room. We did pretty major renovations in the months before he was born (actually we still had workers traipsing through our house when he was a week old), so I didn’t have much of an opportunity to “nest” properly. Don’t get me wrong – I love his room, but it doesn’t really have a particular decor theme. That being said, I’ve spotted a few new decor trends that I love, particularly when applied to baby or kid’s rooms. I feel like we’re still seeing a lot of nurseries in white and monochrome with chevron, and I think it’s time for a bit of a revival, don’t you think? I’ve discovered four new nursery decor themes that I love, which I’ll be sharing over the next couple of weeks. I hope you feel inspired to think about alternative ideas if you’re decorating your little one’s room.
This look definitely requires a bit of guts, but how beautiful are these bold floral wallpapers? It’s easy to make a statement with these, but then keep the rest of the room decor neutral.
It’s easy to achieve this look without the commitment and expense of wallpaper – simply pop a few bright throw cushions onto the bed, or bring in some floral elements in the curtains or carpeting.
- Grace – Blossom fabric from Hertex; 2. Sharon Boonzaier floral scatter from Woolworths; 3. Florence Ebony fabric from Hertex; 4. Eve floral bathmat from Woolworths; 5. Highbury wall clock from Mr Price Home; 6. Grace Aruba fabric from Hertex; 7. Dark Rose wallpaper from Robin Sprong; 8. Exotic Flower fabric from Soil&Co; 9. Embroidered floral scatter from Mr Price Home; 10. Enchanted floral scatter from Woolworths.