Stencil Ideas for a Dream Nursery


Nurseries are always so much fun to decorate. It gives every parent an opportunity to bring out the child in themselves and make the space a warm and welcoming one for their newborn. It is a space where the baby starts identifying itself with, starts to feel secure and comfortable in. It is one area of the house where new parents will be spending several hours a day nurturing, teaching and playing with their little bundle of joy. So why not make it a unique reflection of you – the color, design and pattern loving parents?! And, what better way of giving your baby’s nursery its unique character than stenciling with some of our awesome stencils?


Let's take a look at some really cool nursery projects done by a few of our clients and blogger friends for their little one's. 




Although they knew they had a baby boy on the way, Silas’s parents wanted to create a gender neutral space that could grow with him over time. They wanted an accent wall as the focus and it all came together when they found the Herringbone Shuffle pattern from Royal Design Studio Stencils. They found the pattern to be traditional, but playful. The design and the color palette of the feature wall inspired the design for the rest of the space in baby Silas’s new room! Be sure to check out more knick knacks in this fun nursery on the Onto Baby Blog.




In another nursery project, Amy of Eat Sleep Decorate chose an animal theme for their baby to-be’s nursery. Amy wasn’t ready to commit to stenciling an entire wall just yet, but she certainly wanted to try something. So she decided to stencil the baby’s closet with our Cheetah Spots Stencil that would go perfectly well with the animal theme of the room. Amy says, “It was an easy process which only took a couple of hours one afternoon.” She goes on to explain how these stencils gave the look of an expensive wallpaper while costing a fraction of its price! Now, she is sold on to the idea of stenciling a whole room in the near future. Can you guess if this bedroom is for a boy or a girl? If it were not for the little pink onesies tucked behind on the hanger line, we certainly couldn't tell. 




Another classic nursery featuring our Herringbone shuffle stencil! The parents chose a beautiful coral, aqua and gray colored theme for their little baby Noelle’s nursery. One feature wall sets the tone for the entire room, don’t you think?




We just cannot get enough of the beautiful nurseries that our clients design using our stencils! Francis is a mother of three, a wife and an author of a beautiful blog called It's a Pink Life. She wanted to update this nursery where she and her little girls spend a lot of time during the day. Francis came across our stencils and knew at once that she had to have a stenciled feature wall. She chose the Acanthus Trellis Wall stencil for this room.

“The wall propelled the room into becoming the nursery of my dreams,” she says; “It's stunning and I can't stop looking at it and now I'm like let's stencil everything!” We say amen to that! We absolutely loved the way this nursery turned out for the pretty ladies that will make and cherish some fond memories for days to come. Francis has accessorized this room with pretty things, so be sure to visit her blog for the full Nursery Reveal

So, have you been able to pick a favorite so far? I bet, it is as hard for you as it was for us. All the nurseries turned out to look simply awesome for the little one’s to play, learn and dream in.

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