Decorating baby’s nursery is one of the most exciting parts of being pregnant, at least one of the many exciting things. Pinterest is full of ideas for decor and themes with some great tips on organization and storage. The one thing I always hear from parents is how challenging it can be to decorate baby’s nursery using images. As a Dana Point Newborn Photographer, I love to help parents visualize their room and their images on the walls. I have special software that can make your vision a reality so we can choose the right wall and size to fit the space. Here are a few of my favorite suggestions…
Create a nursery collage
Above the crib and changing table are perfect spots for a collage. First, and most obvious, they get to display more images. Plus, the same pieces can be re-arranged to create countless different looks. A collage in the nursery can be added onto with new imagery as baby grows.
Tight on space? You can still create a collage
If your clients don’t have a lot of wall space to work with, you can still sell a multiple piece wall display. Your clients can choose one image for a slightly larger ‘statement’ piece and fill in the rest of the space with smaller pieces.
Create a rich, natural look
If you’re going for a rustic or natural feel, we offer products like Wood Prints, Bamboo Panels, and Standout with light wood or bamboo edging. These items perfectly enhance images from outdoor sessions as well.
One product, six sides, tons of possibilities
Image Cubes add an element of playfulness to the nursery décor. They add dimension to the nursery when displayed on a shelf or tabletop surface. Combine several cubes in a stack or to spell out baby’s name.
Keep things light
You can start a collection of lightweight, durable art for their children. As baby grows and play becomes more lively, they can still add personality and style to rooms dedicated to play. Standout, slim frames, and float wraps are all great options for these spaces.
Make it fun
Spark young imaginations with displays of playful images. Bright colors, big smiles, and spirited play sessions surround children with happiness and comfort. One-year sessions are perfect for capturing these types of images.
Small and sweet
There are plenty of miniature, inexpensive display items that make great gifts and fill little spaces on shelves, desks, and tabletops. Think Image Folios, Small Framed Prints with an easel back, a series of Image Cubes, and Matted Prints with a display easel.
Everyone loves mini accordion books
Add baby and family images to both sides of the fold-out accordion panel. Include birth stats or even a calendar. People love mini books because of their portable size and the amount of images that fit inside. They’re also magnetized, so they can be displayed on the fridge. These make great mini gifts for friends and family.
Dana Point Newborn Photographer
Poppy Lea Photography is a motherhood photographer in Orange County who specializes in maternity, newborn, baby, motherhood sessions and family photography in the Orange County area, including San Clemente, Dana Point, Laguna Beach, Newport Beach, Laguna Niguel, Irvine, Mission Viejo, Aliso Viejo, Rancho Mission Viejo and Costa Mesa.
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