Blue, Green, and Pink Theme Nursery

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A Project For

Baby L

Description

I wanted a color themed baby room .  Since I was having another baby girl again, I wanted something that was not too girly, but not too neutral.  Before I chose my room paint color, I had my baby bedding sheets picked out and from there I went with my theme.  Instead of going with a girly pink color as my theme, I opted for the baby blue and green and incorporated the baby bedding sheets along with the theme.

Design Inspiration

I've always loved the color green because it's such a calming color.  I didn't want the room to look too neutral so when I found the bed sheets, I knew blue and green would be the perfect color theme and pink would be incorporated into the room.  With the help of my sister, she helped me realize that mixing different shades of pink and green (instead of sticking with one green or pink shade around the room) really makes a difference!

Decorating Style

traditional with vintage chic

Project Details

Crib and dresser- Young America

Crib sheets- Serena and Lily Kate bedding sheets

Rocker and Glider- Pottery Barn Kids

Dress rack: garage sale, was repurposed and repainted, hooks were replaced  with dresser knobs

Subway sign: homemade via microsoft word

Bunny rabbit: hand-me down

Green frog stuffed animal: gift from aunt

Favorite Items

Favorite item is definitely the green dresser.  I just love the look!

Advice

Don't be afraid to mix and match different shades of the main colors chosen for your room.

3 Comments

  1. 1

    Love this so much! My favorite colors, and a script monogram which will always win my approval! :)

  2. 2

    Gorgeous room! Where is the monogram decal from?

  3. 3

    what color blue is that? i am trying to pick a soft blue (not too bright) and this looks pretty!

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