Deciding on the decor theme for your new arrival’s bedroom is a tough decision, you want it to be cosy and comfortable as well as fitting in with the rest of your home. If you’re a house proud family the news of a child on the way can be a daunting prospect, with images of messy toys, gaudy coloured nurseries and boring storage solutions coming to mind. Although your home will probably never be as tidy as it once was, it doesn’t have to be as bad as you think. Whether you’re a minimalistic Mother with a love for monochrome or want a traditional little girls bedroom, our Instagram family have provided us with some pretty stylish bedroom solutions.
Bedroom Inspiration #1 – Going for Grey
Grey is a super stylish shade for interiors right now, and if you’d like your tiny tot’s bedroom to be a reflection of the rest of your home a chic unisex grey bedroom is the way to go. Grey doesn’t have to be boring, as you can brighten it up with bold accents of colour and bright white walls. We believe that to make a chic grey hue have a childish touch it’s all about the prints, we love @analisaxcx ‘s atmospheric mix if stars and clouds
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Bedroom Inspiration #2 – Think Pink
When you hear a little lady is on the way you can’t help but want to go a bit pink mad! We love the way that @sophielassman has muted down the pinks with a selection of soft
grey tones and creams. We recommend painting your baby girl’s room a block colour and using accessories such as frames, prints, rugs and blankets to pink it up!
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Bedroom Inspiration #3 – Mad for Monochrome
Plain monochrome rooms can be a bit stark, and far too grown up for a little one, but mixing shades of deep greys in with a punchy black and bright whites, gives a child’s bedroom far more depth. Monochrome bedrooms and nurseries are becoming more and more stylish, but make sure to add bold graphics and playful prints to keep the room looking childish and fun just like @mrs_tunmore. If you love the idea of monochrome but are worried your kid needs some colour add small pops of brighter shades for a little fun.