Water is a natural element and one that babies are already familiar with from the womb. An underwater nursery theme is just the thing for a baby who is already comfortable with it! Not to mention, this nursery theme is very easy to adjust as your little one gets older, so if you’ve been worried that painting elaborate murals is a bad idea since the baby will outgrow them, look at doing an underwater baby nursery that will thrill your child as he or she grows.
Looking for more reasons why an underwater nursery theme is ideal for your baby? Here are a few more.
Blue is a great color. It really goes with anything and you can blend light blue with darker to create a realistic seascape or you can just pick one shade of blue and go with that, easily adapting it as your child grows.
If you aren’t sure about painting a big mural on the wall, either because you’re worried about your talents or because you think your baby might outgrow it, consider wall decals. These can be peeled off at a later date and are easy to apply. You can change the room at any point.
Keep in mind that the details are the most important part of the underwater nursery theme. Rugs in a fish shape, fish themed curtains and wall hangings are all excellent additions to a nursery. These are also very easy to change in the future when your baby chooses his own theme. A wallpaper border is another easy way to decorate with details that can easily be painted over or removed at a later date.
There are so many options available to you as you decorate your baby’s underwater nursery. If you really want a lot of choices in everything from underwater nursery bedding to rugs and wall hangings, then you should definitely look online. Online shops will offer far more variety than local ones will because they can offer all the different lines whereas a physical store rarely has the space or the local interest to stock five different fish bedding sets, for example.
The soothing tones of an underwater nursery theme are wonderful for a small baby. Your little one will enjoy the theme as he or she grows, as well. You can go with a general undersea theme or specify dolphins, tropical fish, whales, etc. making this a very flexible theme that can be tailored to the child.