Baby room decoration - Leila Dionizios
A baby room decorating project is always difficult. The baby is coming or sometimes it is already here. At that time, first-time parents and even longtime parents need all the help to create a new environment, preferably welcoming and relaxing for the newest member of the family.
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Baby room decoration

A baby room decorating project is always difficult. The baby is coming or sometimes it is already here. At that time, first-time parents and even longtime parents need all the help to create a new environment, preferably welcoming and relaxing for the newest member of the family.

The main challenge of decorating this room was to transform a room that was initially a TV room into a nursery. Taking advantage of some existing furniture and with few financial resources, a beautiful little room was designed for the newly arrived Rafaela.

One of the client’s requests was to maintain the existing sofa bed, since the apartment has only two bedrooms and they always receive relatives living in another state. The solution was to make a cover in pink brim and some cushions, which composes with the curtain and the game for the crib.

The curtain in a roller model already existed, so only the embroidered fabric band with the theme of animals and flowers was added, it was done exclusively by the team from the office of the architect Leila Dionizios. The bench, made in white formica, served as support for TV and toys.

The crib and white lacquered dresser gave more freedom to play with colors in the decor of the baby’s room. Behind the cradle was a plaster panel paneled with stickers of a tree and rose-colored flowers. In each flower was placed a fiber optic point, which in the dark pulse as a star. This kind of perfect light for breastfeeding time, as it helps to create a climate of relaxation and tranquility. The solution was easy and inexpensive to run.

In the area of ​​the exchanger, stripes in shades of pink, split and beige give harmony and movement to the decoration. The niches in the form of circles, in white lacquer, were bought ready for only R$ 150,00 each.

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