Too many parents-to-be, decorate the nursery is one of the funniest tasks to prepare for the child. Choosing the cute bedroom decor for a baby girl room is especially fun, as there is a wide range of adorably cute options to choose from. Keep in mind, however, that sweet does not always mean safe. Decorate your girl room with an eye for safety first and second appearance. Durability and safety is the key when choosing furniture and other items for your girl’s nursery, according to Home and Garden Television. An antique doll wagon can see adorned tucked in a corner, but if you try to pull it up on it, it can tip over her. Drapes that cascade and puddle on the floor can be pleasing, but they can also be wrapped around a child’s throat.
Instead, choose durable, safe and easily cleaned items. Plain white blinds are safe and can be customized with ribbons of different colors. Simply sew or warm glue them to the blinds. Soft, wide chairs are perfect for snuggling and for climbing. Place a floral-patterned pillow on the chair for a feminine touch, and enter a matching area mat in front of the chair. Low, wide bookshelves are safer than tall, narrow bookshelves. Line the bottom shelves with cute, soft goats for your child to explore. Finally, add a distinct, quite look to the cute bedroom decor by installing a delicate – but out of reach – chandelier instead of standard luminaire.
Soft pink is a traditional choice for a girl room, but there are also other shades and colors that work well for female infants. Hot pink is fun and modern, but should be used with moderation. A few pink polka dots on a creamy white wall, for example, or a pink border goes horizontally around the room is dramatic and feminine. Periwinkle, which is a cross between lavender and blue, is a good choice for parents who want a room that feels “girly” but does not want the traditional pink or purple. Soft yellow and fresh green light up a cute bedroom decor and is a great choice for parents who want to get away from the traditional “girl” colors.