With Storkcraft setting up a permanent showroom at headquarters, it’s got me thinking about simple, DIY nursery decor. Paper accessories are an easy and creative way of infusing colour, texture and dimension in a kid’s room. Whether it’s for a boy, girl, or even a shared room, paper decor items can be customized to pretty much any colour under the rainbow. The fact that they are cost effective (Yay!) and lends itself easily to future decor changes (Double yay!), need we say more? Here are some of my favourites.
^This paper flower wall is swoon-worthy. To get the look, try this floral decor over Storkcraft’s Sheffield Crib in white.
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^Paper tassels have been taking over Pinterest, from party garlands to nursery mobiles. It’s so easy to make, can be done in pretty much any colour that tissue paper would come in, and oh-so-sophisticated!
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^Cluster some paper lanterns in a few choice colours for a look that is dynamic and yet put together. Create a similar look as the nursery above by searching your local craft store for the lanterns, and pair it with the Zutano Tivoli Crib & Dresser by Storkcraft.
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^Got a favourite wallpaper pattern that you just cannot quite get yourself to paste permanently all over those walls? Try putting them up in frames.
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As with any other decorative items in a children’s room, always be reminded to make sure that they are secured properly. Hang them far up and away from cribs and play floor areas to keep away from curious little hands.