By Amirah Dove. Nursery Decor. Published at Tuesday, April 03rd, 2018 - 20:28:38 PM.
The color palette is key to setting the tone of the vintage nursery. It should be soft and “faded”: petal pink rather than hot pink, pale yellow rather than gold. Or consider using a charming wall paper print that transports the room to simpler times.
A theme for your nursery. The first step that should be taken while decorating a nursery is choosing a theme for the room. And don't waffle around so long otherwise it will turn into a real nightmare for you. The chosen theme should just pursuant to the sex of the baby or be neutral. If you have got a male child it will be logically to pick out a boyish style for the nursery.
Modern Dressers: Fall in love with the fun and funky Tetra dresser from notNeutral and be the envy of every mother on your block! With so many styles to choose from, you'll have no trouble finding the perfect match. First, decide how much storage space you need then pick the style that would best work in your nursery. Keep in mind that some dressers can double as a changing table if they are low enough–just throw on a changing pad and you're all set! Maximize your space if you don't have much of it.
How are duvet covers made? The kind of fabric used to make the duvet covers vary from region to region. Duvet covers can be made of cotton or poly–cotton blends. Cotton is the most commonly used fabric to make duvet covers.
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