17 Safari Nursery Ideas for Your Little Wild Thing
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by Jenny Studenroth Gerson
6M ago
Expecting a baby? Life’s about to get wild. If an animal-themed safari nursery is on your mind, consider stepping things up a bit with these adorable safari nursery details. Whether you’re going all-out with the safari nursery theme or are making subtle nods with, for example a giraffe-print crib sheet or elephant wall art, there are so many ways to create a beautiful safari-themed space for your little one. Here are some of our favorites safari nursery ideas.  Dancing Animals Rug Safari Nursery Decor Photo and where to buy: Pottery Barn Kids A mid-century modern safari animal rug is the ..read more
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15 Grand Giraffe Nursery Ideas
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by Jenny Studenroth Gerson
6M ago
Giraffes are such regal animals, with a grand presence and beautiful markings in a subdued color palette that’s perfect for a boy or girl nursery. If you’re considering a nature or animal themed baby room but haven’t settled on the main event, consider a giraffe nursery that will wow. Giraffes create a perfect gender-neutral backdrop for your little one’s bedroom. From accessories to wallpaper, functional storage to freeform design, our list of the cutest giraffe nursery inspiration is sure to kick your creativity into high gear. Large Plush Nursery Giraffe Accessory Photo: @augustaj  So ..read more
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30 Upcycled Nursery Ideas That Turn Trash into Treasure
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by Jenny Studenroth Gerson
11M ago
Parents everywhere are “going green,” and a great place to start is in your child’s nursery. In an effort to reduce our carbon footprints, a new age of reusing things is here in full force. Happily, antiques and vintage styles are very much in right now, so “upcycling” treasures from the past—in textiles, furniture, and more—is very of-the-moment.   Another benefit of giving old things new life in the nursery is that it can be a big money saver. With upcycling, furniture and other items that are either worn out, broken, or no longer stylish can be made over easily and placed centerst ..read more
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9 Surprising Nursery Essentials to Add to Your Registry
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by Happiest Baby Staff
11M ago
Chances are, a crib and diaper pail are already high on your list of nursery essentials to buy before Baby arrives. But there are a few other nursery essentials you’ll need to turn your baby’s room into a space you’ll both love! Here are a few overlooked nursery essentials to add to your registry…stat! Psst—don't forget to check out the Happiest Baby Registry! It allows you to register for SNOO, select group gifting so loved ones can chip in on big-ticket items, and add gifts from other favorite stores!) Nursery Essentials to Add to Your Registry Crib Bedding Okay, okay, maybe crib beddin ..read more
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20 Ways to Use Wall Decals in Your Baby’s Room
Happiest Baby Blog » Nursery Design
by Jenny Studenroth Gerson
11M ago
If only our great-grandparents could see us now! Imagine how older generations would jump with glee to learn how today’s parents can instantly transform a child’s nursery without paint or wallpaper paste. A whole new world of wall decor is here, and moms and dads of little ones are loving the era of the wall decal.  These damage-free, easy-to-use stickers are basic beginner level in terms of setup. Many are quite affordable and almost all promise easy removal, so walls survive every stage of your kiddos’ decor journeys. This makes them an ideal choice when decorating an apartment or renta ..read more
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21 Vintage Nursery That Make the Past Feel Brand New
Happiest Baby Blog » Nursery Design
by Jenny Studenroth Gerson
1y ago
Inspired by the past? You’re definitely not alone. Parents everywhere are looking in the rearview mirror when it comes to everything from old-fashioned names for babies to the bedrooms where they’ll lay their little heads.   The influence of previous eras is nothing new; in fact, many of our favorite design periods were inspired by others that came before them, too. The good news is, you don’t have to be a historian or interior designer to pull together a vintage nursery. What’ll make it special is the assembly of older items and coordinated details you place within. Adhere to one sp ..read more
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15 Nursery Decorating Tips for Rentals
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by Jenny Studenroth Gerson
1y ago
Renting a home? Planning for a baby? It can be tough to find the balance between decorating your space in a way that feels like home, while also upholding the rules set in place by a landlord. Typical restrictions like not painting walls or trim and limiting holes put in the wall tend to compete with our instincts to go big in the baby room.  But there’s no need to stress, because today’s decorating trends lend beautifully to a space designed with little to no damage to your walls and floors. Make the most of a room that’s way too neutral by adding color and fun everywhere from the rugs t ..read more
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7 Clever Nursery Layout Ideas
Happiest Baby Blog » Nursery Design
by Jenny Studenroth Gerson
1y ago
Beyond a nursery theme and paint colors, there are some big decisions to make about your baby’s room decor. The layout of the nursery will depend on many factors including the shape and size of the room. You will also want to take your personal aesthetic and anticipated routine into consideration.  One helpful rule of thumb when planning a child’s room: Designate distinct “stations” around the room (sleep, play, changing, reading, etc). The beauty of this basic breakdown is that it still leaves lots of options for organization, orientation, and overall vibe. Here, we take a deep dive into ..read more
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38 Nursery Rug Ideas to Ground Your Baby’s Room
Happiest Baby Blog » Nursery Design
by Jenny Studenroth Gerson
1y ago
When decorating a nursery, the delight is in the details. From shelving and lighting to curtains and more, every piece of this special room will be infused with love and care as you decorate Baby’s space. To many, a rug is the finishing touch that ties a room together and makes it feel cozy and lived-in.   In a baby room with wood floors, you’ll want a larger rug that covers more space to keep the floor warm beneath your growing babe—and also prevent owies from tiny tumbles as they start to roll, crawl, and walk. But even if the room is carpeted already, you can layer a rug over the ..read more
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31 Bright Ideas for Nursery Lighting
Happiest Baby Blog » Nursery Design
by Jenny Studenroth Gerson
1y ago
Let there be light … in the nursery! Your baby’s room is designed for sweet dreaming, but you’ll also have all sorts of needs for lighting in this beautiful space.  Overhead lighting whether in the form of a flush mount, pendant, or chandelier is clutch for morning and afternoon routines that require a good bit of light. Overhead lights are also needed for shining down on those monthly milestone photos you’re bound to cave and take. In overhead lighting, we love soft/warm white bulbs (​​2700k - 3000k) for a peaceful glow that won’t yellow your decor.   Aside from ceiling lights ..read more
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