Wrap Up Your Nursery In Wallpaper

With the right wallpaper a nursery can have that complete, polished look that screams “professionally decorated.”  Adding wallpaper to any room can feel like a big commitment but done tastefully,  it can bring in drama and sophistication. I found some examples of that highly stylized look that works in today’s nursery. Sorry, no Winnie the Pooh here.

Using a bright and bold damask is perfect for a feminine room with soft colored cream or white furnishings, as seen here.

Using a grass cloth paper, as seen in this nursery, adds a natural element that can certainly grow with the child.

For a modern (and non toxic) look, I adore Mod Green Pod’s wallpaper collection. Their bold prints are whimsical without being too “cutsie.”

Want a fun vintage look  in the nursery or playroom? I love this fun vintage 70’s paper.  The bright colors and patterns are so alive and interesting that the rest of the decor doesn’t need to be so special.

And for a classic sweet nursery or child’s room (I love this for a girl’s room) try using a toile print like the one seen here.  These are traditional, elegant and never go out of style.

Do you have a great wallpaper find? Tell us about it by commenting on this post.


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    I think that I’d go with the grass cloth paper. Even with its natural look, it certainly looks elegant.

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    Definitely love the ideas here. But I love Mod Green Pod’s wallpapers more than the others. The designs are just lovely and I love the splash of color without beating you over the head with it.

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