Whether you're decorating a baby boy's nursery or a little boy's bedroom, bug decorations are a good place to start. Many insect decorations go well with blue colors often used in boys' rooms, as well as the increasingly popular green colors. Bugs fit in well with outdoorsy, boyish designs including pond and nature themes. The same ideas work well for a nursery, or you can opt for a more brightly colored theme like bumblebees.
Frogs and bugs in a blue, pond-themed room are a great choice for little boys. The blue and green colors fit perfectly with traditional ideas about how boys' rooms should be decorated, and the theme encourages a wide range of decorating options, including leaf-shaped lamps, adorable frog pillows, and wall-murals of ponds. Murals can incorporate vinyl wall-stickers, including dragonfly-theme alphabet letters and stickers shaped like dragonflies.
Since dragonflies live near water in nature, they are the best choice for bug decorations in a pond-theme room. Bugs-n-blooms' dragonfly decorations are available in 10 different designs, and a wide range of sizes from the 2-by-2 inch mini dragonfly, to the 18-by-11 inch extra-large size. Matching curtain tie-backs are also available, as well as hanging mobiles for decorating a nursery.
Ladybugs and Green
Bright red ladybug decorations pair well with an outdoor or nature theme for a boy's bedroom. Red and green are opposite on the color wheel, which makes them complementary colors. These colors pair well together in a visually appealing way, whether you choose more muted tones or go with a bright green backdrop.
Ladybug decorations come in three different sizes. Mini ladybugs measure 2-by-2 inches, small ladybugs are 4-by-3 inches, and medium ladybugs measure 8-by-6 inches. These ladybugs can all be hung from walls or ceilings, and the smaller sizes work well for attaching to furniture and other decorations. Matching curtain tie-backs are available for both the Glitter and Shimmer ladybug designs.
Bumblebee decorations can be used in a boy's room much the same way as ladybugs. They pair well with a nature theme, and yellow looks good with green colors. A bumblebee theme is also adorable for a baby boy's nursery. Crisp black, white and yellow color schemes are visually stimulating for babies, and according to color theorists yellow encourages happiness.
Bee decorations come in four different sizes: 2-by-2 inch or 3-by-3 inch mini bees, 5-by-4 inch small, and 10-by-6 inch medium. The designs all have smiling painted faces, and look adorable decorating a baby's bedroom. Bee-themed wall stickers are also available, including alphabet letters and a quote sticker that reads “I'm bringing home a baby bumblebee ... Wont my mommy be so proud of me!”