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Baby Girls Nursery Themes

Below are some baby girls nursery themes you can choose to color the first days of your baby girl. You may welcome your baby girl home to a nursery filled with sweet pastel hues and soft touches. Use a traditional pink color scheme when decorating a baby girl’s nursery, or mix the look up with other pastel hues. For a bold look that stimulates the infant’s senses, go with a vibrant color scheme. You can also choose a themed decor as a starting point for the nursery design.

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List of Baby Girls Nursery Themes

Sugar and Spice – Every little girl loves pretty colors. For a room she’ll cherish, select fabrics with flowers, trellises, cute animals, or butterflies. You might stencil flowers, vines, and butterflies on walls as a colorful accent, using paint colors matched to your fabric or wallpaper choices. Don’t forget soft, airy curtains for the windows.

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Ocean – If you live near the beach, or just wish you did, create an ocean theme using watery blues for the wall, sand colors on the floor, and clouds in the sky (ceiling). Take color cues from a beachy border wallpaper, art print, or piece of furniture like this colorful stool. You’ll almost be able to hear the waves.

Stars – Starlight is a great theme, and you’ll find many fabrics, wallpapers, and bedding with star patterns. This theme appeals to both boys and girls, and is available in many colors both bright and pastel. Wonderful theme pieces can be the “star” in a room. You might get star-shaped rubber stamps (or sponges) and dip into wall paint to create your own star border, decorate furniture, or make random stars all over the walls or ceiling. A star quilt or rug will complete the theme.

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Moonlight – Create a wonderful, soft look with by the light of the moon. The ceiling might be midnight blue, with painted moon and stars, or use some of the stick-on glow-in-the-dark stars. Embellish a colorful painted bookshelf with crisp white stars, or liven up a plain white chest with a rainbow of star shapes. Find a moon and star quilt or fabric to use for window treatments. Then add a moon cutout headboard.

Angels, Fairies, and Elves – This universal theme will be adored by girls of any age. You can use the theme until your baby girl grows up. Angel themes could use faux painted skies and clouds, fluffy canopy beds, and soft icy pinks, blues, and lavenders. Fairy shapes are appealing with transparent wings, sparkling wands, and silvery magic dust. Try to incorporate some sparkles with glittering accents, silver paint, and magical designs.

Flower Power – Bright and bold oranges, sun yellows, lime greens, and watermelon pinks are the basis of this retro-60’s look. Find colorful borders and fabrics featuring stylized simple flower shapes in hot colors, and match these with some plain fabrics for ruffles, valances, and window seat pillows. These flower shapes would be easy to enlarge on a copy machine and trace onto the walls in random patterns, then paint with wild colors matched to the fabrics.

Sunshine – Paint a mural of hills, with the sunrise peeking over the top. Use sunny yellow checked bedding and quilts, green rugs for grass, and paint the ceiling a soft sky blue. Waking up will be easy and fun using this summery look which is sure to please many a young child.

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Butterflies, Bees, and Dragonflies – A mural of garden and butterflies is a natural, or go with a butterfly fabric for the comforter. Small painted designs can be added to chair backs, picture frames, headboards, and flit around a colorful chest of drawers as well. Use butterfly hair clips to perch on a lampshade, bulletin board, or along one edge of a curtain.

Princesses and Castles – Embellish the walls with faux painted castle walls, murals, and blue skies for a truly memorable girl’s room. Contrast the weighty look of faux stone walls with trails of stenciled ivy or flowers and swaths of pretty netting used as a bed canopy.

By now your decorating enthusiasm should up and running. You’ll find more great ideas everywhere you look. Remember to include your husband in this process of choosing a theme. The baby girls nursery themes you choose will give your baby girls a memory they will never forget.

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