Your little bean deserve a nice space; it’s their very first room, after all. Bring ‘em into this world with some good art on their walls - from animal prints, to graphic word art, to abstract posters and more.
As if becoming a parent isn’t overwhelming enough, you also have to think about how to decorate your little one’s new room. Here’s a way to simplify the whole process: pick a theme, and stick to it. Do something fun - animals, nature, travel, food, whatever. Go for fun, bright colours, and don’t worry about gender - the traditional blue-for-boys and pink-for-girls rule is totally tired. Mix it up!
If you’re doing an animal theme, check out Vivid Atelier’s adorable animal portraits, Type Alive’s graphic drawings, or Pretty in Print’s wild watercolours. If you’re going for fun ‘n’ foodie, take a peek at BLAEK Design Studio’s fun food alphabet posters, or LEEMO’s yummy produce prints. Going natural? Check out Shady Prints’ leafy art prints.
When choosing your print, keep the room’s colour scheme in mind. It doesn’t have to totally match - but if, say, the walls are green, you want to have a bit o’ green in your chosen art piece. We suggest keeping it simple, though - a baby’s room should be functional, not a gallery space for displaying your art collection. Choose two or three of your favourite prints, some well-designed baby furniture, and a few decorative knick knacks, and you’ve pretty much nailed the formula for baby-friendly decor. Congrats - you’re winning this parenting thing.