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Nursery decorating ideas: wall art for every Nursery color
Girl or boy? Pink or blue? Soft yellow flowers or jewel-green frogs? Bring a delightful mix of color to life with a parade of zoo animals. In your nursery, playful colors rule, and interesting shapes are brain food for a baby’s growing mind. The feeling in this room should be cheerful, stimulating, and entertaining. Consider grouping a variety of small artworks of the same subject, like nature — flowers, trees, or birds — or place three images next to one another that tell a story — a little girl, a big dog, a beautiful house. Both approaches may be used to teach a baby about the color, shapes, and even the sounds that fill the world. Whatever approach you use, place the art so it can be easily seen from the crib, or position it low enough on the wall where the baby can enjoy it while playing on the floor. When selecting artwork, don’t be afraid to choose some sophisticated pieces that even an adult would like. It’s never too early to introduce a child to great art. If the art you love helps you love your space more, why not give your baby a space to love, too?Read More