How to Design the Ultimate Nursery: 4 hot tips from the BEdesign team

Ready to start nesting for your baby, but don’t know where to start? Figuring out the perfect nursery interior and decor doesn’t need to be complicated at all. We have gathered some simple strategies for creating your baby’s first room, no matter what the trend forecast is.

1. Do a Feature Wall - Keep the Walls Interesting

The space that welcomes your baby into the world should have an inviting, warm, and calm, but also fun atmosphere - a world full of wonder. Walls are a great place to add some visual interest. Paint the walls in neutral and soft tones, such as white, beige, grey and soft pastels to create this atmosphere. Using wall space for decoration also lets you avoid cluttering the space with unneeded accessories.

2. Less is More - Avoid Clutter

The nursery is your baby's first room. However, you’ll both spend much time there so it also needs to be functional and comfortable for you. Style the space in an airy and minimalistic yet functional and comfortable way. With lots of functional storage space, it’s easy to tuck away things when you're done using them, instead of leaving them scattered on the floor.

3. Invest in Timeless Furniture - Choose Pieces That They Can Grow With

Timeless and functional high-quality furniture is always a good investment if you want to make a lasting positive impression, both in your home and on this planet. Choose pieces that they can grow with.

4. Make It Personal - Add Soft Materials and Flowers

Combine your furniture in hard materials with interior accessories in soft materials, such as wool and linen. To round out the space, bring in nature, by styling with both fresh and dry flowers. Bonus: Green does look gorgeous when paired with neutral and soft tones.

Lume Shoe Stand is perfect for storing, not only shoes, but also nursery necessities, such as towels, diapers, blankets, magazines, and books.

The mini version of Lume Coat Stand is perfect for nurseries. Neatly organize your baby’s clothes with Lume hangers and hooks or simply use the coat stand for keeping blankets and towels easy accessible. Bonus: Lume Coat Stand Mini can be used well beyond the baby stage. It’s perfect for all kinds of smaller spaces that need a stylish wardrobe solution.

Fan Stool is a multifunctional piece of furniture that can be used both as a stool and a side table. Thanks to its 90-degrees shape, it can also be placed in an empty corner of the room. Over time, you can add more stools and combine them in a variety of creative ways.

Hide Lounge Chair's generous and comfortable seat allows you to sit, lie, rest, and relax - perfect for early mornings, late evenings, and the moments in between. It’s also a cozy space for your little one to curl up in and read a book as he/she gets older.

Lily Bowl is a perfect addition if you want to incorporate some nature-inspired interior accessories into the nursery. It’s beautiful as it is and perfect for storing small things that can easily get lost.

Soft Minimalism - an inviting, warm, and comforting atmosphere

German interior influencer Margrett Alp (@interior_by_maggi) has created a real sanctuary for her little one - stuff of fairy tales, with its cotton-candy-pink accents and oversized feathery friends. The soft pink-white-and-blue walls give the nursery an inviting, warm, and comforting rosy flow without being overwhelming and dominating it. The crib, surrounded by a generous fabric in soft pink, has definitely become the centre piece of the nursery. Margrett has kept the rest of the decor simple and neutral, so the space feels like a relaxing retreat.

Photo credit: Margrett Alp (@interior_by_maggi)

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