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Watercolor Nursery

The watercolor trend is a trend that is just about perfect for every nursery. It takes painterly watercolors and adds them in details such as bedding, wall art, and even baby gear. Whether you’re creating a tribal, boho, vintage, nautical, or farmhouse nursery you can incorporate the watercolor trend. Which makes it a huge hit on Pinterest and other inspiration sites! Watercolor gives a unique interest to whatever piece you’re trying to lighten up.

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Do you love the floral and boho style? You then might feel the need to add in watercolor to your nursery. We love having a pillow or pouf in a watercolor print and especially the crib sheet! Bringing in floral statement pieces then adding wood or wicker is perfect for accenting your watercolor nursery. There are so many options and the list goes on for how to incorporate watercolor in every nursery.

If you love the sweet and soft look, adding in a fun floral watercolor sheet or pops of watercolor on the wall will be a great way to bring color and diversity to your nursery. Watercolors pair perfectly with a bright white fluffy rug in the room. If you are not feeling bright colors in the nursery this would be perfect for you. Whatever theme you are wanting to create for your babies’ nursery, watercolor accents are a perfect finishing touch. Don’t be afraid to add it to your bedding with a fun watercolor cactus or floral sheet and some tribal watercolor wall art.

And if you are wondering how you can decorate a gender neutral watercolor nursery, we have just the idea for you! Have you seen the fun cactus and palm theme?! Bringing in watercolor cactus bedding or accessories is perfect for little boys or girls! And if you like the palm leaves better, it will be super easy to add a gold glitter monogram or a black and white name sign over the crib, once you meet your precious baby.

You have endless opportunities on what you can do in your nursery to add in watercolor, don’t be afraid to add some watercolor in your nursery no matter the theme or gender.

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