Bedroom. Monday , December 04th , 2017 - 15:57:49 PM
The advantages of a nursery in gray with pops of pink go beyond just the obvious. This room can easily double as a guest room or home office, and you can alter its appeal as your little one grows up by incorporating minimal changes. If you want a nursery that evolves easily as your child matures, this is a safe and cost-effective choice.
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.
Do not be afraid to combine a third color with gray and blue in the bedroom. This need not necessarily be white as both blue and gray can create a neutral and inviting setting which allows other bold hues to shine through. A touch of red or orange looks great in the coastal or nautical bedroom while a pop of fuchsia or pink can bring dazzle to the girls’ bedroom. Yellow is a great choice in bedrooms with light shades of gray and blue as it ushers in sun-kissed charm while brown can give the space a more masculine finish.
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