Nursery Wallpaper – Top 5
5 Best Wallpapers for Nurseries
Rooomy Nursery Edition is out now,
showcasing some of the best products for nurseries including wallpaper
If you want to wallpaper your nursery please know that you can put ANYTHING in there, just like you would in a kids room, it does not have to be cute or babyish, simply you need to love it! I whole heartedly believe this, you only need to check out the interviews in this issue to know how true this is. However, with that in mind it made choosing wallpaper pics for the nursery issue pretty much impossible. There are a lot of designs available that made my teeth itch so I have avoided them and have selected 5 designs that I think will create a wonderful atmosphere for you to get to know your new baby. You have no idea what they’ll be into so just choose what you like, you’re doing all the work right?!
I like this design because it is clean and playful. The illustrations are smart and the animal and item choices to match the letters of the alphabet are not always obvious which I love. Children will love to discover all the details in this fun and quirky wallpaper. Designed with gender-neutral colours. You will find a Golf playing Gorilla, a Frog sitting on a Fox (Cat would not be happy, if you haven’t read ‘Oi Frog’ then please do), a UFO and lots more.
If you can be brave and go dark on your nursery walls, this wallpaper will look incredible and create a really cosy soothing atmosphere for you and babe, just imagine sitting under these night sky stars with some low mood lighting while you manage the night feeds, enchanting. The designers have selected the perfect colour tones making sure they are warm darks not cold, very important for a nursey or kid’s room.
However, fear not, if dark is not for you Nobodinoz offer the same great design sign in white and blush.
There are several alphabet wallpaper designs on the market but people don’t often think about numbers! Thankfully the ladies at Wild Hearts Wonder have and they have brought their unique art work of animals to the table here. The numbers themselves are not too obvious so you never feel like you’re a play school setting, but I think most parents will love being in a room with such beautiful illustrations surrounding them and when your babe becomes a toddler they will love counting the animals and getting to know what they are and probably naming them. I’m already wondering what those cheeky masked racoons are up too. And the Mumma bears doing different activities with their cubs, wonderful.
Babies love large shapes, they will gaze on these big stars and feel in awe of the world around them. Colour contrasts are very soothing for babies, whilst also stimulating them, but not too much, we don’t want that. This design will also last a long time, great for future proofing your nursery to last for several years, if you can keep them from picking the wallpaper, or was that just me as a kid? This design is Star gazing at it’s most stylish! It is available in three gorgeous shades: Blush, Silver and Stellar Blue. The Silver and Stellar Blue colourways have a subtle metallic finish on the Stars.
If you do want a traditional feel for your nursery but not too cute then this circus design has wonderful, vintage style illustrations and comes in three different colour ways. The design has lovely little details for young eyes to explore, from the balancing, umbrella carrying mice to the saxophone playing meerkats. All the characters are going somewhere and have something to do, another great way to be chatting nonsense to the latest addition to your family, they will love the sound of your voice, they will stare at you as you natter away and a visual prompt like this is always helpful for a tiered parent.
If you love one of these and go for it, please let us know, we love to see your pics, tag us in a social post or email them to us email@example.com happy decorating! If you have any questions about your nursery design please get in touch as we’ll get our professionals onto it.
For more nursery inspiration check out our latest edition of Rooomy Magazine, the Nursery Edition. You can subscribe here for free and it will be sent straight to your inbox.
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