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Design Board: Hot Pink and Kelly Green Shared Space

A common question I get as a designer is about creating a shared space for a new baby joining an older sibling. The space you create does not have to scream baby and can be a design that will grow with both kids. I am loving this preppy combo of kelly green, hot pink and an unexpected accent of a grayish lavender. Bold patterns, natural wood tones mixed with fresh whites and botanical prints make this such a sweet combo.

1. Watermelon Striped Bedding 2. Singing in the Rainforest Crib Bedding 3. After the Rain Rug 4. Butterfly Canvas 5. Campaign Bookshelf 6. Fuschia Nina Chair 7. Glow Lightly Lamp

 

It’s the perfect palette for spring! Do you have a shared space that you have designed?

  • Joana

    So this is called kelly green! I didn’t know it’s what this particular shade of green is called. Thanks!

  • http://www.facebook.com/kimmy.doraine Kimmy Doraine

    I love that campaign bookshelf!

  • http://www.facebook.com/shai.virtuso Shai Virtuso

    I like the combination of pink and green, but different shades of pink and green. The sort that gives the watermelon effect. That shade of green that looks more fresh, more into the light green side, and that shade of pink that’s more into the fuschia side.

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