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Trend || Under The Sea Nursery Theme

Take your little one on an under the water adventure from the comfort of their nursery! At Mama Shack we predict under the sea nursery themes will be a big hit this year, 2021. 

We feel this growing trend attributes to cancelled holidays in the light of 2020 and a desire to explore new surroundings and seek out new adventures.

This trend is also perfect for a unisex and gender neutral nursery if the sex of the baby is unknown. This theme is simple to recreate and is easy to update as baby grows.

We've created two interior mood boards to show you two ways of creating this theme in your own home.

 Nautical Nursery Mood Board

We've chosen a traditional nautical colour palette to establish an easily recognisable theme. Dark navy furniture paired with subtle neutral colours can make a bold statement. Finish with brushed brass finishings and plush textures to add interest, not only for visual impact but for baby to touch and feel. We love the chenille seashell wall art by Never Perfect Studio to add something a little different from the traditional printed wall art.

Our changing mat featuring our Under the Sea print will suit your baby's nursery whether you choose a maximalist or neutral theme. Our beautifully illustrated design by Halle Lula Prints  features our favourite sea life and will capture the imagination of your little one as they grow.

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 neutral nursery trend mama shack

Our Neutral Ocean Nursery mood board captures the theme without being too over the top. This theme is also interchangeable as baby grows. 

This earthy, coastal-themed board uses rich, natural textures and calming natural hues to recreate a day of adventure at the beach. 

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 We love seeing your posts on Instagram of your nurseries featuring our range of trend lead changing mats and products.

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