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8 Mind-Blowing Nursery Ceilings

When planning your nursery decor, it’s easy to overlook the ceiling. But think about it — your newborn will be staring at the ceiling for hours every day! These out-of-the-box nursery decor ideas will inspire you to ‘look up!’ and realize your nursery ceiling’s untapped potential!

 

Nature Meets Nurture

Create a cozy feel by incorporating the look of wood. It’s easier than you think. You can either wallpaper the ceiling with a woodgrain print or buy laminate wood sticker tiles.

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Source: Design Dump

 

Bold And Beautiful

This striking ceiling is stunning and can easily be transformed into a big kid room eventually. We’d even love it in a master bedroom!

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Source: Raenovate

 

Bring On The Cheer

2-4-6-8! Pom-poms have come a long way! This is an inexpensive way to add a lot of color and personality to a nursery. Ditch the traditional mobile and create your own magic.

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Source: Décor Pad

 

Good Night Moon

Create your own story with a starlit themed ceiling. It will also create just the right amount of light for those late night feedings and diaper changes.

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Source: Off Beat Home

 

Nautical

This compass is a simple way to dress up a basic ceiling light fixture. It’s perfect for a nautical themed nursery and can even transition to a pirate theme when the baby gets older.

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Source: BabyCenter

 

Go Bold

Stripes are always a modern and clean look. Why not take them up a notch and put them in an unexpected place like the ceiling? The black accent wall is striking, especially in a nursery. Not typical, but it totally works.

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Source: Pure Home

 

Whimsical

A fabric swag is a dramatic and whimsical way to go full tilt for a girl’s nursery. There’s no question who the princess is in this house! A fabric ceiling creates a soft calming effect. Perfect for your little bundle of joy.

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Source: Home My Design

Playful

We love stumbling on a DIY project that makes us question, “Why didn’t we think of that?” The use of these embroidery hoops is genius. Budget friendly, simple and it looks awesome. Lucky baby!

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Source: Makezine

 

 

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  • Tina

    Late night feedings in the nursery? Here is something they dont tell you, your doctor will prefer that your newborn sleep in your room(in a cosleeper or cradle of course) for the first 5 to 6 months.