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Getting the Baby Nursery Walls Ready

Welcome To The Walled Nursery
Welcome To The Walled Nursery

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When planning your baby nursery, deciding on paint colors, then preparing and painting the walls is a major part of the design process this is where Bobee Peel & Stick Polka Dot Wall Decals can help. You will want to choose paint colors that go well with the theme or design scheme that you have decided on for your baby’s nursery. The best way to do this is to take a piece of the nursery bedding to the paint store with you to pick out paint samples. You may want to bring home the samples you choose to see how they look in the room. Sometimes the rooms lighting will affect how the colors look, so doing this may save you the trouble of repainting the room if you are unhappy with the results. Once you have decided on the color of the nursery walls, choose Bobee Polka Dot Wall Decals to accessorize. Once you see how easy these Peel & Stick Wall Decals are you are sure to become a Bobee Fan.

If time allows, it is best to paint the nursery at least a month or two before the baby is expected. This allows time for the room to air out. You may also want to consider choosing paint that has no or low VOCs (volatile organic chemicals). These types of paints may cost more but it is worth the additional cost since they will omit little or no fumes unlike normal paints.

If you want to get creative when painting the walls, you can try faux painting techniques such as sponging and ragging. Another idea is to stencil designs on to the walls that match the theme you have picked for the room. If you have an ocean theme, fish stenciled on the wall would look really cute. You can buy all the supplies you would need for stenciling or faux painting at your local home improvement or paint supply store.

Of course, you are not limited to paint when deciding what to do with the baby nursery’s walls. Wallpapers, wallpaper borders, and murals are all great options for the nursery walls. Wallpaper and border can sometimes be found to coordinate with your chosen nursery theme. Sports, airplane, nautical, animals, Precious Moments, and Winnie the Pooh are just a few of the themes that you should easily be able to locate wallpaper or borders for.

If you want to go with a wall mural for your baby nursery, there are several routes you can take. You can purchase a mural that can be put on the wall the same way wallpaper is. You just assemble the mural piece by piece like applying wallpaper. Another option available is paint by number mural kits that you paint on yourself. If you don’t want a mural that covers the whole wall, peel and stick decals such as the ones from Bobee are a great option. You can often find them to match many nursery themes. The last option is to have a muralist paint the mural. This can be quite pricey though unless you or someone you know is a gifted artist and able to do it.

Whatever you decide to do with your baby room walls, remember to take into consideration what you plan to do with the rest of the rooms dÈcor. Having walls that complement the rooms theme and design will bring the whole room together.

 

I chose to go with the Bobee Polka Dot Peel & Stick Wall Decals because I loved the pastel colors – they are ideal for nursery walls plus they are repositionable! I chose the green, pink and yellow decals. Each packet contains 32 polka dots of various sizes and designs There are plain polka dots, polka dots surrounded by little dots and polka dots that look like bullseyes – and all are super cute. Since they are repositionable I can use them over and over again in various rooms of my home – long after I am done with them in the nursery. These make great temporary wall and furniture decorations for parties and holidays too!

 

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