5 Majestic and Inspiring Mountain-themed Nurseries

Mountain Themed Nursery
Written by Lee Orlian
Interior and product designer & co-founder of Teepee Joy.
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Mountains are on the rise right now, and it’s all in these beautiful nurseries. The relaxing ambiance that this theme offer makes it one of the perfect choices for your little one’s room.

Both you and your baby would feel like you’re closer to nature.

I have explored Instagram to save you some time finding what’s out there.

So, whether you’re looking for design inspiration for a boys’, girls’, or a gender-neutral bedroom, I got you!

1: Hot Air Balloon Sightseeing

Source: @monmoylan333

Mountains alone are a majestic sight, but in this nursery, the hot air balloons catch your eye, too.

The shade of green used is like a breath of minty air. It’s so refreshing, making you feel like you’re in the wilderness.

Each item in this room is color-matched that fits the wall’s colors, which ties the room together.

2: Backlit Mountains

Move over typical murals; backlit mountains are coming.

Here’s a tip, if you want to add visual interest to your decor, place a light fixture behind it as this mama did.

In my opinion, it’s one of the best ways to add drama to a room. With a wall like this one, no nursery would ever look dull!

3: Mixing Prints

Source: @darakhader

Everything about this nursery is majestic, from the gold fixtures to the room’s overall feel.

I adore how this mom pulled off mixing wallpapers. One has a detailed design, and the other has soft and neutral color.

Both are different but don’t look conflicting. Design risk pulled off!

4: Boho and Chic

Source: @darinaegstad

If you’re going for a light and breezy feel, check out this nursery! The natural materials from the room’s decoration complete the elements of the boho theme.

The rug and the fringe ceiling decor tie the room’s whole look together.

A tip for bright spaces like this one: don’t forget to place blackout curtains to regulate the amount of sunlight penetrating the room.

5: Bright as Yellow

If you want to use yellow in your little one’s nursery without making it overpowering, opt for making it as an accent.

I love how the brightness of yellow compliments gray. It lifts the room’s look! Also, check out the storage in this room.

Your baby’s stuff piles up while growing. You can never have too much storage in your baby’s room.

Written by Lee Orlian
Interior and product designer & co-founder of Teepee Joy.
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