5 Safari-themed Nursery That Are Big In Style

safari themed nursery
Written by Lee Orlian
Interior and product designer & co-founder of Teepee Joy.
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The safari has taken nurseries by storm. If you search for room inspiration in social media, this theme will flood your home feed on Instagram or Pinterest. Whatever your preference-from boho, modern, and neutral; something related to the safari-theme decor is available.

I have rounded up nurseries from maximalist to minimalist style to enlighten you in your search for inspiration. So, enjoy as you explore the animal kingdom through this safari ride!

1: Boho Safari

When it comes to decorating with the boho theme, the more patterns, and textures, the better!

I love the overlap between the leaf wallpaper and the wood pallet; it gives the room a chic look. Also, the beige rug brightens up the atmosphere. It’s the perfect contrast against the gray floor, and it ties the room together.

2: Minimalist Safari

Source: @zandrekotze

Less is more in minimalism, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t blend in the safari decor theme. Here’s a tip: add decor that doubles as a baby’s toy.

The perfect example is the baby mobiles above the crib and the changing table. In choosing minimalism, less is more to achieve the dream!

3: Modern Safari

This modern safari nursery’s clean lines are sleek and chic, and the neutral color palette makes it more sophisticated. The shapes from the rug and pillow, which also stick to the color scheme, make it visually appealing. 

If you want to create a space that would grow with your little one, you should consider the modern decor theme.

4: Monochrome Safari

Decorating a monochromatic room may be one of the easiest themes to design. To make the room not look flat, adding wall panels is an excellent way to add texture. 

Then, pick furniture and wall art that matches the color scheme, and you’re good to go!

5: Pink Safari

Sweet and subtle – the color pink is always perfect for a baby girl. I love how this mama incorporated the safari theme. 

The animal prints are the right size; they do not clash with the elephant head and giraffe plushie. Also, the plant is an excellent and natural way to add life to a room!

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