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Luxe Homes: 5 Tips to Create a High-End Nursery at Home

Luxe Homes: 5 Tips to Create a High-End Nursery at Home

Whether you’re a first-time parent or you’re just looking to try something new, elevating your baby’s nursery can make the room much more inviting and relaxing for both you and your little one. If you’re looking for inspiration for upgrading your baby’s bedroom, Imran Sattar from Baby Planet is here to share their top tips for creating a luxurious nursery.

Every parent wants the absolute best for their child, from the most stimulating toys to the most extravagant pram — and designing the best nursery is no exception. Creating a nursery that your little one will love is an important task. Not only is this space their own sanctuary where they may well form some of their earliest memories, but creating a safe and comfortable environment can make the room much more relaxing for your child. And of course, designing a baby bedroom you love will make the room much more inviting for you, too, which will no doubt make those late-night feeds easier.

However, with so much choice on the market now, designing the perfect space for you and your little one is easier said than done. To help you create a baby bedroom that both you and your child will love, we’ve put together some handy tips on designing a luxurious nursery.

Find your dream colour palette

Just like in any other room in your home, having a coordinated colour palette can have a significant impact on the overall look of the space. Not only can this help with the cohesion of the room, but your chosen colours can have a major impact on the feel of the environment. For example, neutral and earthy tones can create a serene and relaxing atmosphere, while brighter and bolder colours are often more stimulating.

Neutral shades are also often used in high-end interior design to create a subtle yet stylish look. Colours like beige, cream, sand, and soft white are particularly popular choices for high-end nurseries as they’re all neutral and warm tones, ideal for creating a pleasant and relaxing environment. But don’t be afraid to add a pop of colour to brighten up the space, especially in an area of the nursery dedicated to playtime where you may want to stimulate your baby’s senses. Various shades of green, pink, and blue can work well with these warm, neutral tones.

Create a cohesive look

When choosing the interiors in your baby’s nursery, opting for pieces that complement each other is a great way to make the area look high-end and well-thought-out. Choosing cohesive interiors can make the space look expertly designed, plus it can make the overall feel of the room much more pleasing.

As already mentioned, sticking to a coordinated colour scheme is a great way to give your nursery a more cohesive look. But you also may want to consider buying your furniture in sets rather than as individual pieces. As well as ensuring your essential nursery pieces will match, this also makes your job easier as it means you don’t have to go on a long search to find the perfect match for each piece of furniture.

You may also want to extend this coordination further by matching the room to your wider interior style. While the nursery is distinctly your baby’s space, having each room fit seamlessly with one another can make for a more cohesive look and make the nursery fit in well with the rest of the home. Of course, this doesn’t mean the room can’t have its own unique features, such as its own colour scheme or maybe even a mural for your little one.

Use storage to hide clutter

With so much going on in your nursery, from playtime to sleeping to late-night feeds, it’s easy for the room to become cluttered and disorganised, making for a chaotic look. The best way to ensure the room stays as well put together as possible on those particularly messy days is to invest in ample storage space. Baskets, chests, and other storage solutions can make it easier to organise your baby essentials, plus you can choose stylish options to complement the rest of your nursery furniture.  

As well as reducing the clutter in your nursery and giving your baby plenty of space for playtime, having ample storage space makes it much easier to keep everything in the room organised. So, whether you’re looking for their favourite toy or remembering where you put the nappies, you’ll be able to find what you need much quicker.

Choose high-quality soft furnishings

Once you have a good foundation for your nursery in the form of furniture and a cohesive colour scheme, the next step is choosing the décor. Soft furnishings are an important consideration when it comes to decorating your space. Not only can they make the room look and feel much cosier for your little one, but they have practical functions, too, from curtains blocking out the light to blankets for keeping your baby warm.

As an important aspect of both your decoration and your baby’s comfort, opting for excellent standard soft furnishings is important. Choose bedding, curtains, and more crafted with high-quality materials to ensure style, durability, and, most importantly, comfort. You can also incorporate different textures with your soft furnishings to add a little variety to the room, such as by combining both cotton and chunky knitted blankets.

Don’t forget the finishing touches

When it comes to creating a luxury space, the small touches can make a huge difference. These finishing pieces of décor can elevate a nursery from nice to luxurious, so think about how you can incorporate the best decorations for your room. Remember to keep cohesion into account by choosing additions to complement your other interiors, and make sure to pay attention to your colour scheme.

Artwork, knitted wall hangings, house plants, and decorative night lights can complete the look of your nursery. Another great way to add a touch of luxury to your baby’s bedroom is to opt for a ceiling-to-floor canopy. Not only will this make your nursery stand out, but it will add a whole new cosy area to the room so your little one can have their own personal space as they get a bit older.

By using the tips above and putting plenty of thought into your nursery interiors, you can create a stylish and high-end room that both you and your baby will love. For more tips on luxury interiors, fashion, and more, make sure to check out the rest of the articles at British Style Society.

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