The summer months are some of the best times of the year to see all the beautiful stars and constellations in the night sky. The moon and stars are calm and serene which make celestial themes perfect for your child’s nursery. This month, celestial scenes are a trend to watch in nursery décor.
Here are some of our favorite ways to bring the wonder of the cosmos to your baby’s nursery:
One of the best parts about space is that celestial designs are very gender neutral. This brass mobile is modern and minimal, so it easily fits into the nursery’s décor whether you’re having a boy or a girl.
(Source – Project Nursery)
Depending on where you live, it may be difficult to see all the stars at night. A dark blue ceiling dotted with the constellations gives your baby the chance to fall asleep under the stars every time they’re in the crib.
(Source – From The Waiting Room)
A silver carpet with a slight shimmer can help take a child’s nursery off into the nighttime sky. Mohawk’s Splendid Escape SmartStrand Silk Forever Clean carpet with All Pet Protection in River Stone can be turned into a custom-bound area rug that perfectly compliments the shining stars of space.
(Source – Mohawk)
Sheets for your baby’s bed are a quick and easy way to add celestial elements to the room. The neutral whites and soft pastels of these sheets blend well with any other themes in the space but are distinct enough to still make a statement on their own.
(Source – Aden + Anais)
We love that you can incorporate the sky into any type of nursery. Decorate the wall and paint it to look like an opening to the heavens. By creating a mural, your baby’s cradle looks like it’s floating off to the skies while other windows in the room allow actual stars to shine through.
(Source – All Women’s Talk)
Accent pillows are one of the easiest ways to add some celestial elements to your nursery décor. Add some stars and a moon to the side of the crib and let your little one fall in love with the skies.
(Source – Pinterest)
Take your baby’s crib to the moon by letting them sleep in their own Luna shaped bed. The circular shape lets you rock your baby to sleep and is an eclectic piece of décor at the same time.
(Source – Theme Rooms)
What are your favorite ways to add celestial elements into nursery décor? Let us know in the comments!