Most kids simply love dinosaurs! They think the creatures of the lost world were scary but awesome…and just being able to pronounce those difficult names seems like an achievement in itself! So what do you think is the best way of introducing those giant, prehistoric monsters to your little one? How about a dinosaur themed nursery?
Here are some really cool ideas we gathered to help you “go back in time”…
A smart way of instantly giving a “Jurassic” feel to the baby’s room is through a wall decal! It’s a very creative method of setting the mood…see more: http://tinyurl.com/penn3xz
A customized shelf designed like a dinosaur will serve wonderfully as unconventional storage! Similarly a dinosaur shaped rug is perfect for your growing baby to go on a crawling expedition 🙂
A dinosaur fanatic can never say “no” to these awesome bedding where the giants from a bygone era, roam peacefully…you can also get similar designs on curtains or storage bins.
When it comes to themed decor, even the smallest things can make a huge impact! Funky dinosaur knobs for drawers, enticing felt crib mobiles and quirky wall hooks will enhance the look and feel of the nursery beautifully.
You don’t need to stick only to the above ideas…get innovative and go on a “time travel” to bring together things which will delight your bundle of joy!
Photo courtesy: HGTV, Pinterest, Decorative Bedroom
These mesmerizing wall stickers were inspired by the art work of Henri Toulouse-Lautrec and capture the colorful visions of 19th century circus! These decals will no doubt attract anyone who loves to showcase his personality on his walls in a very unconventional, rebellious yet charming manner….enjoy the show 🙂
Photo credit: Freshome
A shelf is the first thing that pops in mind when you think of storage…but why only stick to the tried and tested types? Here we will show you 7 completely out of the box designs for shelves which will make you go “wow”!
This is a real Jaguar with its heavier parts removed and set up against the wall to act as a shelf!
This one is an interesting compilation of “crosses”…easy to get done too.
This fold out shelf is actually a mural painting, sectioned into multiple panels. Just a simple mechanism can convert it into a storage unit from wall decor. Incredible!
If you think pipes are just functional and can’t be a thing of beauty, think again…this space saving shelf cum coat rack looks super cool despite its simplicity.
This shelving unit uses taut cables fixed on a wooden frame, to hold books, magazines, clothes and so on…won’t be able to support very heavy items though.
This wall unit celebrates the beauty of “differences”…and we love the space created for the guitar 🙂
“Hole in the floor”…sums up the idea behind these unusually designed shelves which look as if their bottoms have been sliced off!
So now it’s time for you to “feed us back”! Let us know which one you liked the most and why…also we would love if you share your ideas and inspirations with us 🙂
Photo courtesy: Oddee and Houzz
When you see the images below, you might think you are looking at some kind of optical illusion! These are actually new age wall art that can take your breath away…life size digital prints that will forever change the way you look at your walls 🙂
Enjoying a luxurious bath as waves crash at your feet….can become a regular thing.
Black and white digital photography can create an atmosphere of nostalgic, old world charm!
It seems like you are living right on the beach…well, it’s actually wall art 🙂
Waking up in the lap of nature is so amazingly invigorating…it’s hard to remember that the wall art isn’t real!
Digital prints not only enhance the beauty of interiors with contemporary art, it reflects your personality or desires too. It’s a spectacular way to live the romance or adventure you have always dreamed of…
Photo credit: Lushome
The adventure of parenthood is perhaps the most exhilarating experience ever! The planning for the baby’s room, splurging on all those cute little clothes and toys, deciding the name of your angel, your hopes and dreams and that seemingly endless wait till the baby arrives…
So why let the size of the nursery dishearten you when the space in your heart is big enough? Living in metropolitan cities very often deprives us of adequate space for everything. But here we bring you some great décor and organization ideas for small nurseries…
When the wall of a nursery is as captivating as the images you see above, they help divert attention from the size of the room! Needless to say, wall decals or stickers liven up plain, blank walls and are visually stimulating for the baby too. See more: http://tinyurl.com/qyplf2o; http://tinyurl.com/o2zkh4t
Closed low cabinets efficiently hide clutter and the top can act as a stand for little odds and ends. Drawers under the crib are really helpful when it comes to storing blankets, bedding or extra clothes.
If you have some space for a simple closet or wall unit, then nothing like it. See how some simple rods, racks and bins can solve the perennial problem of storage! Labeling each bin will help recognize which contains what. And we love the gorgeous combination of pink and grey in the second nursery too 🙂 See more: http://tinyurl.com/op3t84l
Use the vertical space as much as possible to save on floor area. This way there will be fewer things to bump into when you move about! Simple open shelves, hooks and rods can support most of the stuff as you can see above. The top of a traditional dresser can easily become a changing station. Don’t miss the dark blue walls in the second nursery. Though dark colors are usually perceived to make small rooms appear smaller, we beg to differ…it can provide an illusion of depth and an interesting background for light colored furniture.
If you are still confused about the décor, going for light colored walls and furnishing is a safe bet…the room will appear bright and airy too. Still, we suggest, listen to your heart and do what is best for your little one…you can never go wrong 🙂
Photo credit: “Disney Baby” and “The Bump”
When the summer heat makes you go crazy don’t you wish you could be in some place icy cool? It’s true that turning on the air conditioner will lessen your misery…but why not go a step ahead and create a winter wonderland in your bedroom? Let us show you how…
Check out these bedrooms here; see how the penguin wall décor gets half the job done. It makes the room look like Antarctica! See more: http://tinyurl.com/kv4tr3w
The color of your walls can contribute in a major way, when it comes to creating the snowy, chilly ambiance…artificial, shimmering, silvery snowflakes hanging from the ceiling looks simply awesome!
You can go for a combination of different shades of blue and white while choosing the bedding, blankets or cushions…it will enhance the general feel of the room. Kids will specially love the ones with “cool” motifs on them like igloos, penguins, polar bears or snow. Digital prints on plain sheets or covers are also another option. If the color of the curtains and furniture follow the same rule, like maybe white bed or dresser and pale blue curtains…it will be amazing.
This bed shaped like an igloo, will definitely steal the show in any “ice age” bedroom! You can either look for one or get it done…
Some not so big, but fun décor or utility pieces can do wonders too…large stuffed toys, clocks or night lights designed like penguins, faux fur polar rugs, willow bear chair, quirky doorknobs and much more!
So now that you have already got a peek into the world of snow, you will know what elements to bring together and create your own magic. Needless to say, we are already going brrrr… 🙂
Photo courtesy: “Kids Theme Rooms” and “Theme Room Ideas”
Art has always been inspired by real life imagery, through ages. And with the advent of technology, it has reached heights like never before!! Take a look at these wall decals which use graphic art to make some freaky and extremely realistic representations…
If you suddenly find this man peeking at you from behind a gate, it can be really scary ….is it giving you ideas to play a prank on your friend?
Here, the goat doesn’t seem too happy to be behind bars!
And Looney Tune is going absolutely mad after being trapped like this…
The photo credit for all these amazing decals goes to Design Swan