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how to frame baby animal prints

how to frame baby animal prints

| Vera Gosic

Hello there, future parents! Are you currently decorating the nursery for your upcoming baby? With around 1,000 decisions to make before your baby arrives, choosing cute baby animal prints can be a great addition to your nursery decor. After all, who can resist those adorable little paws and fuzzy faces?

However, you may soon realize that selecting the perfect nursery art is more challenging than it seems, and the abundance of choices can quickly become overwhelming. I have some helpful tips and fun ideas for choosing nursery art.



Please take a look at our wall templates that come in different sizes to fit any wall dimensions. We offer a delightful collection of prints featuring baby animals in various sizes. You can customize your selection with your preferred design, size, frame, photo mat, and other poster accessories to create a truly unique combination.

We have something for everyone whether you're interested in farm animals, woodland creatures, or wild safari animals. Let our adorable baby animal prints inspire you to design a whimsical nursery.


When it comes to arranging your prints, I have some tips that might be helpful. Let's say you have a set of two prints, like a baby elephant and gosling or a giraffe and panda. To start, find a spot on the wall where you want to hang them. Choose a spot that will make you smile every time you walk past it.


When displaying your cute critters, it's important to think about spacing. You don't want them to be crammed together like sardines in a can. Instead, give them some breathing room. I recommend hanging them about 2 inches apart. This will allow each one to stand out on its own.


Here's where it gets exciting! You have two options for hanging them up. You can hang them side by side in a classic manner, creating a cute little group that's impossible to resist. Alternatively, if you're feeling a bit adventurous, you can try staggering them. Hang one slightly higher than the other, like they're playing peek-a-boo. Trust me, this adds a playful vibe that will have your little one giggling.


My favorite and most popular combination is a set of six animal prints, making them perfect to create a captivating gallery. Don't stress too much about perfection. These prints are all about celebrating the joy and whimsy of childhood. So go ahead, embrace the imperfections, and let your creativity run wild!


When selecting artwork to hang above a crib, it's important to follow some guidelines. The chosen piece should ideally span between 57% and 75% of the crib's width. Considering that the standard crib size is 52 inches, aim for artwork that measures around 30 to 39 inches wide. To create a balanced look, keep a gap of 6 to 8 inches between the top of the furniture and the bottom of the artwork.


If you're unsure whether to opt for a gallery wall or a single piece, consider your personal style, room size, and the ambiance you want to create. It's crucial to measure the wall and plan the artwork placement in advance, possibly dividing the wall into sections and considering available space.

In the end, trust your instincts when designing your baby's nursery. You'll instinctively know when something feels just right.

With these tips in mind, you'll be well on your way to creating a nursery that's both beautiful and functional. Happy decorating, and may your little one's space be filled with warmth, comfort, and the joy of childhood adventures!


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