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There are so many fun and easy ideas for decorating a baby nursery in lavender.
These are just clever thoughts to get you started. Customize them for your particular nursery needs.
Wall ideas for decorating a baby nursery in lavender.
OR...think wallpaper ideas for decorating a baby nursery in lavender.
Paint the walls off-white or taupe then add lavender accents.
Need accent ideas? Think strips, dots, sponging, checks, flowers, etc.
Look around your house for odd items that would make great stamps. A
cut potato, a glove, baby blocks, different size circles, you name it,
just make sure you can wash the paint off safely when you're done!
Even a single item used as a stamp will look terrific when you use it stamping on several different hues of lavender paint.
Stencil a design in lavender around top of wall.
Stencil a design in lavender around the windows, doors and chair rail height.
You can easily make your own stencil (trace your own simple design onto
plastic document protectors and carefully cut out with a craft blade.)
or purchase exactly the stencil design
(do a search for 'stencils') you want at your local craft
- Use exactly the lavender wallpaper you love, or
Do one wall in lavender wallpaper or lavender paint, or
- Cut out pieces or strips from the lavender wallpaper to make borders or wall accents.
Fabric ideas for decorating a baby nursery in lavender.Find a washable lavender fabric you love and...
cover a lampshade with it.
make pillows or pillow coverings with it.
use the lavender fabric to make a window treatment; valance or shade.
cover a baby book in it.
make a crib ruffle with the fabric.
- cover a bumper pad with it. There are patterns available to help you cover items in your nursery with ease.
See how easy this can be?
What if you don't sew? Then how do you utilize ideas for decorating a baby nursery in lavender?
Use ready made valances, blankets, bumpers pads, lampshades and stamp or stencil in lavender on them.
- since lavender goes so well with forest green, consider stamping
or stenciling vinework on the walls and then adding stamped or
stenciled lavender flowers.
purchase lavender napkins and use as liners in baskets. Or string together with baby pins for a no-sew valance.
Here are even more ideas for decorating a baby nursery in lavender.
One more thought on using ideas for decorating your baby's nursery in lavender.
Find flea market rocking chairs in both adult and child size; paint in lavender or in white with lavender accents.
Make lavender clothes, aprons or hats for teddy bears and dolls and place in your nursery.
Find a collection of lavender fabrics or wallpapers and frame a 6-12 inch square of each.
- Use lavender throw rugs; just make sure they are well connected
to the floor so you won't trip over them, even in the middle of the
- If you like decorating, are you into scrapbooking, too? If so, you might enjoy my article on free maternity scrapbooking.
Do you like the look but don't feel like the creative type? That's
okay! Find a friend that relishes this type of decorating and exchange
jobs to help each other out. For example, if you cook, cook her
several freezer meals. If you're an organizing whiz,
organize her closets. Provide child care for her for a weekend or plant
flowers in her garden, all the while she decorates your baby nursery in
lavender and both of you are happy mothers!
Have fun with these ideas for decorating a baby nursery in lavender.
And feel free to share more nursery decorating ideas by using the form
below. If we can use them, we'll publish them on this page to share
with other moms-to-be!
Colleen Langenfeld is a mother with over 29 years of parenting experience and helps other busy moms around the globe at www.paintedgold.com.
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