Best of . . . baby room ideas for girls
Written by: Catalogs.com Editorial Staff
Contributed by Rachelle Dawson, Catalogs.com Top 10 Guru
Getting ready for a baby, especially the first, requires much thought and planning.
If you chose to find out your baby’s gender, you may feel you have a heads-up on the task. But preparing for a specific gender also may open up more options. In your search for baby room ideas for girls, you may face double options.
Not only do you have to decide on decorating style (modern, traditional, Victorian), but also you must decide how neutral or girly you want the room to be. Here are some great baby room ideas for girls to get you started.
Coordinating Nursery Collections
Furniture is one of the bigger purchases you’ll make for the nursery. Coordinating collections, like those at babybox.com, reduce some of the work. Even browsing pictures of complete sets may give you additional baby room ideas for girls; the more you see, the more you will be able to narrow down your preferences. Frilly and white, spartan but warm, bold and bright—you’ll find many choices at babybox.com.
What She Buys
Past the Baby Stage
When considering baby room ideas for girls, you may want to think what décor will stay past the baby stage. The toddler stage lasts much longer than the infant stage does. What She Buys stocks furniture and accessory collections that will work past the baby stage. For example, the cheery Alphabet Soup collection includes an alphabet-themed rocker, storage bench, and revolving bookcase. Or the more girly princess set includes a pink-and-purple vanity, castle bookcase, and combination clothes stand/growth chart, everything decorated with hearts and crowns.
Organic and Sustainable Toys
Many baby toys have come under scrutiny in recent years because of toxins in the materials or decorations. At Julabug, you can find a considerable selection of baby toys made from organic cotton or sustainable wood sources. A few stackers, plushies, books, and other toys can round out your baby room ideas for girls.
From Furniture to Art and Beyond
Browsing aBaby’s website may give you ideas for themes. Countries of the world, safari, princess, ballerina, argyle, carousel. Whether you want a theme more commonly associated with little girls or something less predictable, you’ll find a lot of options at aBaby.
When You Know Your Color
If you’ve already decided on a color for your girl’s nursery, Layla Grayce offers a nice option on their crib bedding. You can search by color. For little girls, Layla Grayce also sells fluffy pettiskirts, tutus, and dresses starting in newborn sizes.