The beauty of using decorative baby bed crowns is their versatility. Crib canopies and coronas can easily be adapted to the same color and style of your baby's nursery bedding and decor. The same elegant toile fabric can be used to decorate the bed crown as was used in the crib's quilt or to reflect the upholstery of the nursery rocker.
The draperies are hung so that the top corners of the rectangle are softened, but the picture of the juggling monkey dancing on the ball is in plain sight. What a lovely wall decoration for a monkey theme nursery for a baby girl that's been decorated with toile fabrics!
If you had the idea that toile fabric would be too fancy for your baby girl's nursery theme, pictures such as this illustrate how the most formal fabrics and bed crowns can be made more fun and used with great success to decorate any baby's room. Buy a few extra yards of the same toile fabric that you used to make your toile baby bedding for an elegant look that looks very luxurious and expensive.
Toile bed crowns can be used on so many different kinds of walls. There's no need for a solid color painted background if that's not your taste. Take a peek in our gallery of pictures to pick up some cute nursery decorating ideas for painting with polka dots, irregular stripes or even stripes of multiple colors. So long as the paint colors used in the patterns are complimentary to the colors that you have chosen to upholster your bed crown, you should be alright.
A client once asked if her baby's room would be too formal if she added a crib canopy over the bed. It's a common misconception that all bed crowns are dripping in gold leaf and cherubs. After I showed her a few examples of crib crowns that were cute, fun and anything BUT formal she was convinced and when the decorating project was complete; tickled pink doesn't begin to describe how happy she was with the custom look that the canopy gave the space.
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