Baby Room Paint Colour Ideas

Baby Room Paint Colour Ideas

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Baby Room Paint Colour Ideas

Add accents of colour Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Warmth and colour can be added to a new baby’s room in accessories and soft-furnishings. Vibrant limes, pinks and blues in stripes and checks add a playful touch to this nursery, and are teamed with pale furniture to keep the look clutter free.
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Baby Room Paint Colour Ideas

Antidote: A Colour Cure The Dulux Colour Trends 2017 administers distilled palettes of colour and texture as an antidote to the pressures of modern life. Discover trends that will inspire you to enhance your lifestyle, embracing connection, tactility and balance. View the trends
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Baby Room Paint Colour Ideas

If you’re eager to add interest to your child’s room but want to avoid a strong theme, choose a toning colour palette in subtle shades of the same colour. In this boy’s nursery, a seagull-patterned wallpaper and painted tongue-and-groove panelling create a timeless nautical look.
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Baby Room Paint Colour Ideas

Play with pattern Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest If you’re eager to add interest to your child’s room but want to avoid a strong theme, choose a toning colour palette in subtle shades of the same colour. In this boy’s nursery, a seagull-patterned wallpaper and painted tongue-and-groove panelling create a timeless nautical look.
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Baby Room Paint Colour Ideas

Warmth and colour can be added to a new baby’s room in accessories and soft-furnishings. Vibrant limes, pinks and blues in stripes and checks add a playful touch to this nursery, and are teamed with pale furniture to keep the look clutter free.
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Baby Room Paint Colour Ideas

When decorating a room, we base our color choices on our preferences and, while that’s ok most of the times, color selection is not exactly a simple process. Each color has different effects on the human body and mind and it’s important to take these into consideration, especially when decorating the nursery room. After all, you want what’s best for your baby. Learn how color influences the development and behavior of your child and find the best color for his or her room.
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Baby Room Paint Colour Ideas

The Dulux Colour Trends 2017 administers distilled palettes of colour and texture as an antidote to the pressures of modern life. Discover trends that will inspire you to enhance your lifestyle, embracing connection, tactility and balance.
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I have a little girl on the way and we’re trying to figure out paint colors right now. We want her room to have that open beachy kind of feel. Naturally we thought blue when going with a beach theme, but I’m afraid of it looking like a boy’s room. Any tips on complimentary colors so we can have that serene blue feel, but still keep it gender neutral?
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There is an endless amount of information on color out there. If you’re planning your nursery, take a few minutes and do a little research. After all, your baby will be in this room until you decide to repaint.
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“Baby blue lasts about two years, if that. So I prefer a marine blue that doesn’t go too dark. With white trim, it’s bright and energetic — exactly the opposite of what you’d think a navy room would be. When he’s older, exchange the twin bed for a mahogany fourposter and bring in forest-green Black Watch plaid to take it from nautical to preppy.” —Lori Feldman
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3 Of 22 The Color: Benjamin Moore Down Pour Blue 2063-20″Baby blue lasts about two years, if that. So I prefer a marine blue that doesn’t go too dark. With white trim, it’s bright and energetic — exactly the opposite of what you’d think a navy room would be. When he’s older, exchange the twin bed for a mahogany fourposter and bring in forest-green Black Watch plaid to take it from nautical to preppy.” —Lori Feldman
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Whites Luminous, fresh, natural and light; our whites make up some of Australia's most popular colour choices. Lexicon Half Great in Grey Grey is on-trend and is often used as a feature wall to add a hint of subtle blue or green. Domino Neutrals Working well with most interior styles, a cool neutral creates a simple classic backdrop for you to add your personal style. Self Destruct
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My daughters room is all aqua. Her carpet is a deeper shade of Aqua. So for her nursery I went for an underwater theme and decorated with fish and mermaids (not Disney little mermaid, but think whimsical artwork) and pink and green accents. I have an oversized white fur floor rug too. Her older brother lives hanging out in her room! It’s very calm. Blue works for boys and girls. Hey, the sky is blue and the ocean is blue and they work for everyone, right?
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“My daughter thinks she has a pink room, but the walls are actually white, with a pink cast. Done in an eggshell finish, they reflect her pink shag rug and the pink fabrics. But down the line, she could simply switch out the rug and accessories to achieve a completely different look. It gives her more flexibility to grow into her room.” —Tracey Pruzan
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7 Of 22 The Color: Benjamin Moore Atrium White 79″My daughter thinks she has a pink room, but the walls are actually white, with a pink cast. Done in an eggshell finish, they reflect her pink shag rug and the pink fabrics. But down the line, she could simply switch out the rug and accessories to achieve a completely different look. It gives her more flexibility to grow into her room.” —Tracey Pruzan
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Create a room you love, too! Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Don’t forget that this has to be a comfortable space for you, as well as your newborn. Go for decorative touches and soft furnishings that match the rest of your home, and plan the layout so that it suits your needs. Liked this? Take a look at our create a fun kids’ play space feature for more ideas. For the latest from the team, follow us on Facebook and Twitter for the latest homes and interiors news and trends.
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Yellow – Lively, Energetic, Cheerful – Yellow is sunny and bright but use with caution. Too much or too bright yellow can agitate a baby. Subtle yellow (think legal pads) promotes concentration and emotive thoughts.
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Blue – Healing, Subtle – Blue is calming, but be careful with the shade. Gray-blues can lean towards sadness. Blue increases productivity, but should not be used around food. If you have a child who refuses to eat, avoid blue plates! In the nursery, use warm or bright blues and avoid overusing navy or dark shades. Blue is also cooling, which is good for a baby who gets warm easily.

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