The following is a response to a question asked about creating a NAUTICAL TODDLER BEDROOM. Hope you find the nautical decor ideas useful if you are looking to create a similar room for your child.
I need ideas for a toddler’s nautical themed bedroom
My wife and I are redoing our son’s nursery as part of his third birthday present. He’s a pretty outgoing kid who loves sailing and collecting treasures like sea shells and sea glass. We have decided we want to create s nautical themed toddler room that will grow with him and one we don’t have to update for several years. Do you have any nautical decor or color ideas that could inspire us?
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First, I’d start by visiting nautical themed boys room for a little inspiration. I love how The Land of Nod uses bright red, dark blue and white in their nautical quilt bedding. I especially love the throw pillows and the buoy lamp!
I’d also suggest hanging a fishing net in one corner of the room and incorporating lighthouse or sailing wall art or decorative items like a ship in a bottle that could be displayed on a wall shelf. An anchor, paddles, a captain’s wheel, a rough hewn oar, and framed nautical maps are other ideas. Port hole style mirrors would be a good way to give your son’s room an “at-sea” feeling.
And finally, let your son’s sea shell and sea glass collections and random treasures like star fish, sand dollars and small pieces of driftwood take center stage in his nautical boys bedroom. Your son’s nautical themed room should be casual and functional yet speak volumes of his adventurous side.
Hope the above suggestions have been useful inspiring a kids room design that you son will enjoy for years to come.