Have Fun With These Fun Playful Polka Dot Baby Boy Nursery Ideas
The Nursery Theme is DOTS!
This room holds a lot of meaning and memories as well as polka dot baby boy nursery ideas. If there is a nursery theme; it would be a fun, playful polka dots nursery theme. But I actually see more of a fresh decorating style in place in this room than a themed thing going on, don't you?
On this page you will see ideas for painting the nursery walls, how to camouflage decorating challenges and get tips for how to use stuffed animals as decorations. I love how Katie used treasured family pieces to create a cozy atmosphere in the room where she and her son spend many hours rocking, nursing, snuggling, playing and laughing making precious memories that will last a lifetime.
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Katie didn't want to change the wall paint and planned her color scheme around what was already there. The neutral shade worked well in the background and allowed her to be flexible with accent colors that could easily be changed should the room become a baby girl's nursery in the future. The decor is primarily gender neutral with accents that make the space masculine for the time being.
The baby's nursery is on the home's second floor and there is a door on the exterior wall that leads to what will someday be a balcony on top of the porch. However, there is no balcony in place right now and Katie, smart mom that she is, figured out a way to camouflage it and make it "disappear".
She did such a great job of hiding them that when visitors first walk in the room they may barely spot the door hidden behind the curtains on a bright, sunny day. Most of the time it’s so well hidden that nobody would know that there isn't a solid wall behind the window treatments and speaking of window treatments; you can get closer view of the curtains on Katie's blog J&K Homestead
as well as more polka dot baby boy nursery ideas to use in your own design.
Since the wall was already painted, one of the first decorations bought were these vinyl polka dot wall decals that were randomly arrangend on three of the nursery walls in lieu of a wallpaper border that would have been much more expensive, difficult to hang and remove.
The decals took just half an hour or so to stick onto the walls and can be easily removed whenever the mood strikes. Stickers are a quick and easy way to add some "fun" and "color" to kids' rooms.
Every bit of wall, floor and ceiling space in the room was efficiently utilizied. In between the entry to the nursery and the closet there is a convenient rail with hooks where baby blankets, nursing covers and baby clothes can be hung making easy-access storage space out of what would otherwise be a blank spot.
The stainless steel, gray color of the modern ceiling fan reflects the color of the nursery's window treatments.
The shelves of the room are full of books, stuffed animals, a baseball glove and ball glove that belonged to Joey’s grandfather and there are even more toys, books and stuffed animals on display in a woven basket.
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have enjoyed our tour and that they will leave with some new and different polka dot baby boy nursery ideas that they can use in the design of their own baby's room. Please stop by J&K Homestead to see more of Katie's work and to tell her how much you appreciate her decorating tips!