Cute & Comforting Nursery Feature Walls
Published on November 23rd, 2017

Settling into a home can mean different things for different people. For some, it’s unpacking the last box, while others settle in by designing and decorating the home. When you have a baby on the way, designing the nursery is a fun way to create the perfect space to help welcome the newest member of your family into your home. Nursery feature walls are a great way to add some bold character to the room without overwhelming the space.

Nursery Feature Walls

Nursery Feature Walls
Photo source: Little Hands Wallpaper

There are many different ways you can approach a feature wall; you can paint, apply, or wallpaper. If you’re not in the mood to paint a mural, wallpaper can be a great option. You can run with any theme and give your baby something interesting to look at as they fall asleep. The lucky baby in this room is sure to be a jet-setter!

Nursery Feature Walls
Photo source: Project Nursery

If you want to keep things neutral, you can still use monochromatic tones to create a wall that stands out. In this room, the colour scheme is grey, but pattern is used to make the wall pop.

Nursery Feature Walls
Photo source: Ave Styles

The deep blue wall acts as the perfect backdrop for the focal point of the room; your baby. Natural greens and browns in the room come to life in front of this feature wall.

Nursery Feature Walls
Photo source: Project Nursery

If you’ve always wanted a pink room for your little girl, you can take the design in so many directions. This particular nursery uses soft pinks layered on top of white and light greys. Even though the feature wall features a large floral pattern, the soft colour scheme helps it blend in with the rest of the room.

Nursery Feature Walls
Photo source: Rebel Walls

This is a fun, modern take on floral wallpaper. You can keep light, neutral furniture in this nursery and add the colour with these wildflowers.

Nursery Feature Walls
Photo source: Shanna Leigh Writes

There’s something so comforting about a rustic woodsy feature wall. From stick-on panels to wood installation, a rustic accent wall is a great direction to go if you want to keep it neutral. Luckily you won’t have a hard time finding decor accents that fit right in. Plus, the bonus feature of this wall is that it isn’t juvenile, so you can switch out the furniture and decor accents as your baby grows up.

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