What could be cuter than an airplane themed nursery for your little one? This decor works perfectly for any gender, and there's virtually no limit to color combinations or scenery which you could include.
In fact, there are almost too many great ideas. Giant world maps, cockpit controls, antique airplanes, sleek jetliners, cribs and beds that look like planes themselves... It's enough to leave you feeling a bit overwhelmed.
But remember, choosing decor should be fun, not stressful. This is one of the many ways in which you will be welcoming your new baby with love to the world, and all you need is a little inspiration to get you pointed in the right direction.
We took to the Internet in search of some excellent examples of airplane themed nurseries designed by other parents. Take a look at the pictures below and see if anything sparks your imagination. Were willing to bet there's something here that you're going to love. Good luck, and happy flying!
Well, there are airplane themed rooms, and then there's this amazing design by @designologystudio. The entire bed takes the shape of a jet liner thanks to those creative nightstands, and the accent wall makes you feel like you're looking down on the world below.
Cecilia at @designbycilla has a great eye for designing a play space. We all know play rooms can get chaotic at times, but if you can use clever storage and decor, it's much easier to manage.
Okay, so the focal point in this picture is definitely that sweet baby, but the focal point of the room by @freschandfancy is that amazing vintage airplane wall art. Paired with that antique-style dresser, and you've got a room for the catalogs!
We sometimes talk about the importance of designing a room that can "grow up" with your baby. Here's a great example of why. This bedroom by @raisedbygrace would be appropriate for anyone from age 4-18. Understated decor items and timeless furniture mean you're not replacing it all every few years.
This outstanding cityscape accent wall comes to us from @mumtobe.com's nursery design, and we are loving it! Pairing that bold focal point with light wood floors and white furniture allows it to stand out all the more.
There's lots to like in this room designed by @mrssebas3. The dark walls are nicely offset by the neutral rug and wide window, and the look of the room will clearly "grow up" with the child. You can do a lot with a few well-chosen items.
There are a few different ways to design a room theme. Natalie at @missmommyla chose a few specific pieces to bring the theme out, and otherwise kept the decor minimal. We love the polished look she created for her little pilot.
The meaning of "accent wall" has really come a long way. No longer are we seeing just one brightly painted wall, we're seeing art like this room designed by @katherine_hawkins. We love how this theme would work equally well with a crib or toddler bed.
We just love it when accent walls play double duty as mural art. Check out the room Robyn at @avgeek_robyn designed for her little one. Primary colors and super cool artwork make this nursery stand out among the rest.