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7 months ago

Nursery Wall Murals

When it comes time to decorate your baby’s first room, you probably already have a lot of ideas in your head. You may wish to paint the walls pink or blue as is traditionally done, or you may want to go another way completely. Some families choose yellow or light green because they are great for either gender, and others go a completely different way. If you really want something special, you might want to consider nursery wall murals as an alternative. These are usually more colorful than your average nursery, and they can be a lot of fun.

You can create nursery wall murals in almost any theme you want. You can use soothing colors at first, and that is probably the best idea. If the colors are too bright, you are going to stimulate your baby when they need to be resting. Go for soothing colors like pastels. Once your baby gets a little older, you can do nursery wall murals in almost any color you want. You may find that the bolder the colors, the more your child will love being in that room.

When it comes to choosing your nursery wall murals, the sky is the limit. Many parents like to go with their children’s favorite themes and shows. I have seen beautiful nursery wall murals done with the Wiggles, and I only wish I was talented enough to do something like that for my little Wiggles nut. I have also seen great ones that feature Winnie The Pooh and Thomas the Train. No matter what you choose, remember that as long as your baby likes it, you can’t go wrong, even if the mural is not perfect.

You can hire someone to do nursery wall murals for you, but it is also something you can do yourself. If you know anything about painting, this will be something you can do in a snap. If you don’t think you have an artist bone in your body, you can still do it. All you need to do is trace a scene out of a coloring book on clear paper and then use a projection machine to project the image on to the wall in the size you want. After that, you can trace the image onto the wall and fill in the color. It doesn’t have to be perfect; it just has to be done in love. The rest is just details.