How to: Decorate a Boy's Nursery

Hooray! Soon you’ll be bringing your baby boy home, and you’re filled with joy and excitement – but you also have a lot to prepare before his arrival, including decorating the nursery. The last thing you need when you’re pregnant is added stress and expense, so here are a few tips to help you create a gorgeous, functional nursery with ease.

Keep It Practical

You want your nursery to be a room your baby can grow in to, rather than grow out of. With this in mind, keep the fundamental colours of the room neutral to avoid needless repainting and instead invest in some good storage for all those adorable little bibs, booties and super-soft baby blankets. This will keep immediate and long-term expenses down and help you stay organised – and your little boy will have plenty of places to store his toys as he gets older!

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Make It Personal

Once you’ve got the basics done, it’s time for the fun part – personalising with some cute baby bedding, fun cushions, books and toys that will delight your little boy and spark his imagination as he grows. Consider accessorising the room with a few keepsakes, such as a gorgeous blanket you can have embroidered with your son’s name.

Find The Perfect Decor For Your Baby

Every parent wants to make their baby’s nursery a place of comfort and beauty, but it’s just as important to buy wisely so you can rest assured knowing your soft furnishings are safe and durable without putting a strain on your budget. At Manchester Madness, we are committed to supplying high-quality linens, towels, wraps, rugs and accessories from some of Australia’s favourite brands that will delight you, your baby, and your pocket. We can help you prepare for your baby boy with ease, so you can focus on the excitement of welcoming your new arrival home.

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