A Gallery Of Nursery Wall Borders
There are many different types of baby nursery borders. Choose from wallpaper, chair rails, hand painted, stripes, stencils and more depending on your nursery style and your creativity.
Nursery wall borders can be placed near the center of the wall or close to the top or both.
You can paint the top and bottom of the walls different colors or use different paint effects, for example, stripes at the bottom and polka dots at the top.
The possibilities are endless - take a look at some of the nursery ideas in our gallery to get some baby nursery decorating ideas of your own.
Nursery Wall Border Ideas Using Wall Paper
Wall paper nursery wall borders are a quick and easy option for the less adventurous.
They are available to match many bedding sets and are great way to tie your baby nursery together.
If you don't like the matchy-matchy effect of wall paper borders, check out these ideas using chair rails and bead board...
Nursery Wall Border Ideas Using Chair Rails and Bead Board
Dividing your baby room wall and only painting the top half with a mural can save you a lot of time and effort and is particularly effective in a smaller nursery room where most of the bottom half of the wall will be behind furniture anyway.
In this vintage baby nursery the two chair rails have been mounted close to the ceiling and have had beautiful vintage alphabet cards spaced out evenly between them.
A simple painted chair rail can be when used to divide two different paint effects or colors...
Bead board is another dramatic way to divide your nursery walls...
If you are feeling more adventurous, why not try your hand at painting a nursery border...
Painted Nursery Border Stripes
This modern nursery has a very effective, and easy to paint, bright green border about two thirds of the way up the wall. Bold and dramatic! It has been cleverly painted to showcase these beautiful wall letters and photos.
Taking it a step further, this colorful baby room has a border of several different colors, one above the other.
Another great idea is to stencil a pattern or picture inside your stripe. This one has been extended into wall letter circles.
Finally, if you are feeling inspired, this is a wonderful example of how to incorporate a small mural in your baby room border stripe. Simple, but wonderfully effective.
Want something with a little more flexibility. How about stenciling...
Stenciled Baby Nursery Wall Borders
Tip: Trace your stencil onto paper a few times and cut out the paper shapes. Place them using double sided sticky tape until you find a pattern you like. Now you are ready to paint!
If you feeling are creative you can always hand paint your nursery border. You can even paint your baby's name into your border if you like...
If you're having trouble getting started with your baby room, don't miss my nursery decorating guide: Nursery Design Step-by-Step.
Nursery Design Step-by-Step is a 105 page nursery design guide with over 100 nursery pictures to help you with planning your baby room, choosing a baby room design and implementing your nursery decorating project.
One at a time I'll take you through all the decisions you need to make in order to arrive at the best baby room design for you.
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