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Modern Baby Boy Ideas:
So one thing we were actually discussing about t-minus 3 days after we found out there was a bun in the oven was, yep you guessed it, the nursery decor. Right away we totally agreed on a similar color palette (more on that at a later date) whether it was a boy or a girl. We love non-gender specific nurseries/decor so expect something modern, shabby chic and comfort is numero uno.We’ve spent some time pulling some nurseries we really love! Browse the images below and share any sites you love for nursery decor ideas/lookbooks. We’re just starting to look at nursery images so we’d love all the input you have! Enjoy and have a wonderful weekend, readers!
Looking to decorate a nursery? Get a look that’s beautiful, practical and will last right through toddlerhood to when they start school. Where to begin? Picking the cot has to be your starting point because it sets the tone for the rest of the room. And bear in mind that your room needn’t be pink for girls, blue for boys.Baby Boy Room Ideas.
Here are some really nice baby boy nursery ideas from German company, Paidi. If you are expecting a baby boy and would like to design a room for him, then these nursery designs will surely give you a lot of ideas. Paidi’s offerings focus on contemporary design and functional furniture pieces. What we like most about these baby boy nursery ideas are the storage spaces provided by different shelves, sideboards and wardrobes. The rooms also look very modern and spacious.The rooms are also painted with delicate colors, mostly in beige, powder blue, light green and yellow, which is very fitting for a baby’s room. Wooden elements are also present in each design. If you think you want to have one of the baby boy nursery ideas we featured here, then visit Paidi site for more information.
Stripes are a staple in a modern room. These thin horizontal stripes make the room appear larger. The chair is more traditional in style, but a quick recover in a matching fabric pull everything together. Using just 2 or 3 solid colors and repeating them throughout the room creates a more modern look.