Shabby chic is a warm and eclectic style with a mix of vintage, cottage and rustic pieces. You can decorate you baby room into Shabby chic baby room. There are several ideas to create a Shabby chic baby room. First of all, choose color for the walls. Pale stripes, florals, solids and toile designs work hand in hand with a shabby-style nursery, and mixing patterns isn’t just possible: It’s encouraged. Busy patterns commingle gently when each has a faded, not vivid, appearance. Checks are less common, as they nod more toward American country decor. Paint and wallpaper work on their own throughout the whole room or together with one or two patterned walls and two or more walls washed with a solid pastel. Add a soft hue with a slight tint of pink, blue or apricot on the ceiling. For the bedding, high thread-count, cotton bed linens make baby comfortable, and shabby decor means wrinkles and rumples are right at home. White and off-white are classic bed linen colors, but any pastels enhance the appearance of a shabby-inspired crib. Time-worn, mismatched furnishings in light paint colors or dark woods are characteristic of shabby-style decor, but consider a new crib for safety’s sake.
A lighting for a shabby chic baby room you can choose a chandelier. A fancy chandelier, new or old, isn’t out of place in a nursery as long as proportions are small and the decorative elements are fixed or securely fastened to the chandelier. If the elaborate nature of a chandelier isn’t to your taste, a simple schoolhouse-style ceiling light fixture, with a long, black iron pole and white glass globe, has the look of age that works with other pieces in the room.