5 Creative Wall Treatments for Baby's Nursery
A statement wall (or two) is one of the best ways to totally spice up a nursery without adding furniture or other furnishings that takes up valuable space. Thanks to the world of YouTube, there are plenty of DIY tutorials that make it easy and affordable. Are you ready to take your nursery to the next level? Check out these 5 creative wall treatments for baby's nursery, all of which you can DIY with just a few materials and a couple spare hours!
#1 City Skyline Electric Tape Mural
If you're ready for a crazy wall-taping adventure, this taped city skyline mural is perfect for you. The video shows a time-lapse of creator Debbie Zhu's tape-created New York City skyline, and it perfectly illustrates the best part about wall taping -- any mistakes are super simple to fix!
#2 Oversized No-Paint Watercolor Floral Mural
H&H‘s Reiko Caron shows how to update a plain wall with a large custom-made mural in just 15 minutes! Caron ordered the custom mural with a sticker-back from MuralsYourWay.Com, and singlehandedly finished the product in the blink of an eye. Talk about a speedy yet stunning way to update the walls of baby's nursery!
#3 Easy DIY Painted Birch Tree Mural
These painted trees are made easy through the use of negative space. Evynne Hollens shows how to use painter's tape to outline the trees and their small details, then fill in the template with paint for a gorgeous and simple tree wall for your baby's nursery!A completely organic paint is always the best option for a child's room, and Hollens recommends a satin or eggshell interior paint for this project.
#4 Chic and Modern Washi Tape Treatment
This tape treatment is simple, yet stunning. All that's required is a few rolls of thick washi tape, a level, and an eye for where to place the squares to best accentuate the room. We love that this treatment is fresh and energizing (without being overwhelming)!
#5 DIY Painted Ombre Wall Treatment
Annabelle's tutorial shows how to create a gorgeous ombre wall with just 2-3 different interior paints in the same color family. The project is made easier with a few extra paint trays to mix two paints together (and save the mixed color!), but the wall can be blended by hand as well.