Bedroom. Wednesday , November 29th , 2017 - 13:30:10 PM
Not a fan of too much pink? Maybe an overload of pink simply does not fit into the overall style of the nursery that you envisioned, but that does not mean you need to completely exclude the chic hue. A nursery with a gray backdrop allows you to add pops of pink that stand out visually in the form of the crib, bedding, drapes, wall art, rug or even plush décor and accessories. All you need is a hint of pink to alter the appeal of the gray nursery completely and turn it from a gender-neutral setting into a gorgeous girl’s nursery. From a striped accent wall in pink to custom murals and contemporary princess-themed rooms, the choice here is truly endless.
Clad in rich canaletta walnut and featuring an elegant marble top, Ziggy Night reminds us of the many mid-century modern delights crafted by Eero Saarinen. Designed by C. Ballabio, the piece’s Scandinavian style is simply unmistakable. Porada states that everything they design is born from the love of wood. Ziggy Night epitomizes that philosophy perfectly!
Gray and pink allow you to experiment with a wide range of styles and themes, but you might struggle with a few like eclectic, bohemian or Victorian with this color duo. Since most homeowners do not really opt for such eccentric styles while planning for a nursery, this cool pair finds space in most nurseries across the globe. Combining gray and pink with pops of orange, coral or even red is a fun alternative that adds another bright color to the room without taking away from the primary color scheme. Remember that it is the décor you choose and the lighting that shape the style of the nursery more than just the color palette.
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