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Nursery Wallpaper

I am mildly obsessed with wallpaper. My favorite room in my house is my grasscloth-covered powder room that is the size of a closet. In my opinion, nothing makes a bolder statement in a room than creating a look on the walls via paint or paper. It encompasses the room and is the backbone to the overall look and feel. Here are some ways to use nursery wallpaper to get the look you want.

There are so many gorgeous feminine toile-like prints that girls can really grow with. To me, this wallpaper gives the room an elegant and luxurious Old English feel.

Toile Nursery Wallpaper with Canopy Bed in Girl's Room

Bold patterns can be scary to commit to, but if you find one you adore, like this LULU DK jungle print, I say go bold!

Jungle Print Nursery Wallpaper

You can achieve a clean sophisticated look that still works perfectly in a nursery by using grasscloth wallpaper. There are so many gorgeous colors that would work as a terrific backdrop to make your furniture pop.

Grasscloth Nursery Wallpaper

Would you use wallpaper in your child’s nursery?

Jillian Scotts

Monday 10th of June 2013

When I was designing a room for my baby, I was looking at so many wallpaper choices. There were so many great designs that I couldn't pick just one and preggy me got so stressed about it! In the end, the husband had to step in and decided on a plain color for the walls. Good thing I love the color he chose.


Tuesday 21st of May 2013

I'd love to use wallpaper in my baby's nursery. But I'm always afraid that the details of the wallpaper might not highlight or complement all the other details and access.