Pink for girls, blue for boys… In an era that insists on equality between the sexes, it is necessary to look for other sources of inspiration to decorate the baby’s room. To give you a breath of inspiration, we tell you about 5 trendy decoration ideas.
Vintage is a true state of mind! The 50s and 60s are important to you because they correspond to an era that inspires you? Beyond a somewhat vague nostalgia, vintage is a strong decorative reference giving pride of place to objects that marked the birth of modernity.
On the material side, for a child’s room, exit metallic and cold materials! You are more likely to choose furniture and objects in rattan, wicker or velvet, soft materials suitable for a child’s world.
For the walls, pastel and white shades, soft greens or faded pinks will create a calm atmosphere, suitable for both a boy and a girl.
Wood is a noble material, a vehicle of warmth and naturalness. The variety of species and the multiple ways of working wood make it an undeniable decorative asset. It can participate in building an atmosphere as well rustic than modern.
Combined with other materials such as laine and cotton is a real cocoon of tenderness that will welcome baby.
3- XXL wallpaper
The XXL wallpaper or panoramic wallpaper offers the possibility of a decoration populated by characters who will accompany baby during his first years. The designers compete in creativity to offer large format illustrations straight out of children’s books, conducive to reverie and poetry. You will also find the cartoon characters that you prefer.
If there are ecological solvent-free glues, XXL wallpapers can also be stapled to the wall.
4- Les stickers
The stickers also offer enough to compose a tailor-made atmosphere at a lower cost than that of XXL wallpaper. Whether the patterns are coloured, whether black or white, they will take place on the wall according to your desires and your inspiration.
The stickers can be deployed as a complete decor on an entire section of the wall or scattered over the 4 walls, to break the monotony uniform walls.
5- The relaxed school decor
If you are not angry with school, this one is a mine of ideas for decorating a baby’s room: slate to write tender words on it, even if baby does not yet know how to read, letters from I’alphabet to bring a very graphic and modern touch, colored pencils investing the surface of the walls for an original and cheerful touch, in rainbow…
General tips for a baby’s room
A rule of thumb is not to overdo the decor in your baby’s room. It must breathe!
Also, when looking for inspiration, take into account the dangers that each object brought into the baby’s room can represent. Even if the latter is not about to walk, care must be taken to place any object that is not suitable for very young children out of his reach.
For the choice of paintings, three criteria must be taken into account. By opting for a water-washable paint, with low VOC emissions (indicated in g/L on the packaging) and labeled Label Pure, NF Environnement, European Ecolabel or the blue angel, you will be sure to respect the health of your your child, but that of the environment.