Decorating Ideas For Nursery

If you’re expecting a baby, it’s only natural to want the perfect nursery. To help make sure that happens, we’ve put together some decorating ideas for nurseries based on our experience with our children and those of friends. These tips will help you create a room that combines style with practicality so everyone can enjoy the joy of having children in their life!

Put the crib in the middle of the room.

Put the crib in the middle of the room. Cribs should be placed away from windows, doorways, and heaters. They should also be placed away from electrical outlets because these items can interfere with baby monitors and other electrical devices (such as televisions). 

Put the changing table against a wall.

Putting the changing table against a wall is one of the most common decorating ideas for nurseries. It’s easy to clean and keep neat when you can easily reach everything, giving you more space than just having it on top of your dresser.

If you want to add storage space, consider putting drawers underneath—or even if there are no drawers available, consider putting baskets or bins underneath instead. You can use these baskets as diaper organizers or storage containers for toys (and even napkins).

You can also add mirrors and lamps so that parents who go in and out of the room will see themselves while doing their hair or applying makeup!

Make sure diaper changes are easy.

The best way to ensure that your baby is happy and healthy is by ensuring their diaper changes are done as quickly and painlessly as possible, right?

That’s why you should have a changing table near the crib so that when they wake up in the middle of the night, they can easily clean themselves before heading back to sleep. They’ll appreciate it, too!

Another great idea: make sure there’s plenty of space at the bottom of your changing table so that everything falls out easily when you pull down on it (and don’t forget about all those wipes).

And if it’s too high off the ground or has other problems like being too low or slippery due to its surface texture (which happens often), then consider buying something else instead—it’ll save time later on down (and possibly money).

Put a dresser or cabinet within arm’s reach.

You’ll want to put a dresser or cabinet within arm’s reach of your crib. This will allow you to place the baby’s toys, books, and other essentials close by without moving the crib itself or bending over all the time.

If you don’t have room in your nursery for a dresser or cabinet (or if they’re too expensive), consider putting these items on top of the changing pad instead—they’ll still be within easy reach!

Fill out your nursery with other furniture.

As you decide on the type of furniture that will be in your nursery, keep in mind that not all pieces are created equal. For example, if you want a dresser for storing diapers and other baby items, it’s important to look at the materials used in its construction.

Wood typically stands up well over time but may not hold up against heavy wear and tear—so if it’s something you’d like to keep around after your child grows out of diapers (or if there’s any chance he’ll do so), consider getting something made from solid wood instead.

If space is tight in your room and money is tight, try using storage bins as part of an attractive arrangement instead of having large boxes sitting around unused until they’re full again with new toys or clothes once weaning time arrives later this month!

Make sure you have good lighting options.

  • Make sure you have good lighting options.
  • Use a lamp with a dimmer switch, night light, or other forms of adjustable lighting so that it can be turned off when not in use. This will help save energy and keep your child safe at night.
  • Consider getting an adjustable lamp with a timer if you want to turn it on at certain times throughout the day (for example, right before bedtime). This way, you can set up your nursery to be bright enough but still allow for some darkness during nap time or early morning workouts!
  • If you want something extra fancy, then consider getting one of these cool new baby trends:
  • The sunniest room in the house is often where babies spend most of their time—which means lots more light!

As such, we recommend investing in an area rug made from natural fibers like burlap or cotton rather than synthetics like polyester because these materials tend to reflect more warmth and absorb sunlight better than synthetic fibers.

Add some extra storage space at the top of your walls.

  • Use a shelf or basket to store extra blankets and toys.
  • Use a shelf to store books.
  • Use a shelf to store stuffed animals.
  • You can also use the top of your walls as extra storage space by adding hooks or brackets and hanging items from them, such as clothes hangers, baskets, and shelves that you can use for storing anything from toys to books or even just papers!

Choose calming colors for the walls.

  • Choose calming colors for the walls. The nursery is the place where you will spend most of your time as a new mom, so it’s important that this space feels relaxed and comfortable.
  • Choose easy-to-clean colors for the walls. You’ll be spending a lot of time in this room with your baby, so make sure that any paint or wall coverings are easy to clean and won’t stain easily—and don’t forget about keeping Murphy’s Law at bay!
  • Choose eye-pleasing colors for the walls (don’t worry: we’re not talking about Retinol here). Your baby will look at these pictures every day when they’re young; why not give them something beautiful to gaze upon?

Use a single color for wall accents.

If your nursery is going to be a mix of colors, it’s a good idea to use a single color for wall accents. This will help tie the room together and make it feel cohesive.

You can also use an accent color that contrasts with the main colors in your nursery (e.g., orange with blue). Or you could go for complementary colors if you have more than one main hue—a yellow wall might look great against an eggplant green crib or changing table!

Most child care centers use blue color. Shades of blue actually have a calming effect on the body, lowering heart pulse rates in excited or nervous children.

Choose light, easy-to-clean curtains.

When choosing curtains for your nursery, it’s important to consider the material. Curtains can be made of cotton, linen, and silk. Cotton is light and easy to clean but tends not to last as long as other types of fabrics.

Linen is durable but more expensive than cotton or silk. Silk has a luxurious feel that makes it ideal for nurseries with babies who will grow up looking at pictures framed in this fabric!

When deciding on curtain rod size for your nursery, measure both vertically (the height between the top of the window frame) and horizontally (the distance across the width).

This will help ensure you purchase an appropriate rod length when ordering online or at stores like Target, where they have wider selections available than most stores do locally.

Due to shipping costs being lower overall when buying online versus purchasing locally through local retail outlets, such as Walmart, etc.

Which are more likely to create repeat purchases because people sometimes enjoy shopping there too much compared with other similar businesses across town.

Pick one theme for the room

When it comes to picking a theme for the nursery, there are many things to consider. One of your biggest decisions will be choosing an overall color scheme for the room. You can go with neutral tones or choose bold colors that contrast with each other.

You might also want to use pops of color in some areas like artwork or accents on furniture pieces like bedding sets or cribs.

When choosing a theme for your baby’s room, think about what kind of personality you want them to have as they grow up—whether it’s adventurous and outgoing or quiet and shy (or somewhere in between).

Do they love art? Will they love playing outdoors? Or would they rather stay inside all day long doing nothing but playing computer games? These are just some ideas; get creative!

It’s easy to decorate a nursery without spending too much money!

It’s also possible to go modern and still find simple, elegant pieces that fit into any style. Some of your favorite classics were first designed as nurseries—places where children can play safely while their parents are away at work or with friends. So don’t be afraid of using them!


We hope this list helps you think about how to make your nursery look amazing. It’s important to remember that even the smallest things can make a big difference, so don’t be afraid to try something new!