DE­CIDE ON A THEME ... OR, THEN AGAIN, DON’T

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A lot of peo­ple de­cide to theme their nurs­ery based on the child’s gen­der but in­te­rior de­signer and kid’s room spe­cial­ist Belinda Ni­hill from Nest De­sign Stu­dio says you don’t nec­es­sar­ily have to be so lit­eral.

“Theme can be a scary word,” she says. “Im­ages of full-on Win­nie the Pooh nurs­eries might flash through your mind but it’s im­por­tant to re­mem­ber hav­ing a theme can give the room a sense of flow and tie a space to­gether.”

Belinda says it can be help­ful to think more gener­i­cally in terms of a theme, us­ing ideas such as nau­ti­cal, wood­lands or wild ad­ven­ture.

“That way you can in­cor­po­rate the idea into the de­sign but it doesn’t mean that you use those el­e­ments on ev­ery­thing in the room.”

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