You can purchase butterfly curtains, and butterfly tie-backs. I think that sheer white curtains fluttering in the breeze teamed with a gingham valence provides a stunning effect. You can purchase organza ribbon and glue small nylon butterflies where it ties, or randomly glue butterflies throughout the curtain. Floral patterns can also be incorporated.
The next step is to choose the colour of the wall. Although you can use white (preferably an antique white), red, light or navy blue, it should be applied with careful consideration to avoid creating an overwhelming feel. I generally recommend a white wall, as the bedding, wall art, accessories usually adds enough of a colour splash to make the room vibrant. You can use navy blue partway up the wall, with white painted above. Another approach is to paint the room in white with blue trim.
Let your ideal baby bedding inspire you. Is there something on the bedding that screams "theme?" If so, go with your gut! White eyelet bedding is perfect for a vintage theme nursery, while seersucker bedding will work with a nautical theme.
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