Tuesday, 28 July 2009

Baby Nursery Room ...

An expecting mom is always very excited about designing a beautiful room for her baby. All the nine months during the pregnancy, she is busy planning the various colour schemes, the different themes, the most necessary things, the not so necessary things and a whole lot of other aspects.

As a designer, I strongly believe that some major furniture that is to be bought should be a convertible. This means that as the baby outgrows...., the bed, the chair or the cupboards can be conveniently converted to suit the age and the necessity. Some pictures below will be a great source of inspiration for expecting mothers who are in the process of designing a nursery space for their little one.
I dedicate this post to my youngest sister Vidya who is a doting mother of 20 days old Baby Shriyanka.....












(All images via zu hause wohnen)
My sister is no less a designer herself. She has designed a beautiful nursery room in a Bumble Bee / Lady Bug theme for her newbie shriyanka. Here are some pictures of her creation. She purchased the center border from the stores and made some more wall stickers of the lady bug herself using some beautiful art paper.


This is an inspiration board that I made recently......... What is the theme you want to design your baby nursery room on???????

5 comments:

Veda Murthy said...

wow!nice post! perhaps u could include vids photos of her cozy place for her baby....the ladybug theme!

Rachana said...

great show by vids as well

sonali said...

Most important thing in children and baby room we forget is, to keep it safe. What i mean is along with da designs and decorations, we should try to use more of soft furniture, and even the flooring shoud be of vinyl or rubber so that the child does not fall in any trouble or accident!!
safety, utility comes first and then the looks...
nice post, and by the way, your sister did a great job!!

Double Glazing said...

Encourage brain development with contrasting colors. You needn't paint your nursery room walls in black, white and red--the colors known to stimulate brain activity in infants.

Double Glazing said...

Decorating a nursery room for your is one of the most exciting part of being a parent. We need to prioritize the safety of our child. That is why we need to choose the right furnitures to be put inside our nursery.