Pretty Polka Dot Décor for a Baby Room

Oh, the fun of polka dot décor! There are so many ways to decorate with polka dots as they can be used in the design of a boy’s or girl’s room—or, if baby’s gender is a surprise, they can work for a gender neutral look, too. [caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="511" caption="Polka Dot Nursery - hus&hem"]Polka Dot Nursery - hus&hem[/caption] Have twins? We’re loving this gender neutral nursery with confetti style polka dots sprinkled on the wall. The fun color combo of aqua, red, and yellow makes the look that much more festive. The red and white striped curtains add to the charm as do the animals in the crib and the ball on the floor. We can’t help but think “circus” when seeing this room. If red has caught your eye as well, check out this bold red, yellow, and grey polka dot bedding set from our favorite fashion forward, big-box retailer Target. Also incorporating the confetti style, you need little other décor in the room with this bedding set as it is such a stand out. [caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="410" caption="Bacati Bedding Collection - Target"]Polka Dot Nursery Bedding - Target[/caption] Note that your polka dot décor doesn’t need to have all of the same sized dots. See how this mom used weeDECOR polka dot wall decals to design a one-of-a-kind ceiling border. The lime green, orange, brown and yellow color palette in conjunction with different arrangements of circles and dots lends itself to a fresh, cheery look. In considering polka dots as decorative accents, DIYers can rejoice in a fun wall art project using a simple pencil eraser and colored ink. See Carla Liu’s blog to see how to create designs. This also looks like a fun project in which to get your toddler involved in the decorating fun. See other photos and more for: Lovely Lavender and Brown Polka Dot Décor Blue and Orange Polka Dot Nursery Décor Brown and Pink Polka Dot Nursery Décor

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