Bedroom. Tuesday , November 14th , 2017 - 19:56:34 PM
When it comes to nursery designs and color schemes, two colors definitely hold sway. Blue and pink are undoubtedly the most popular and frequently used colors in nurseries and kids’ rooms across the planet. They signify a distinct difference, and while some might not believe in the stereotyping of hues, there are parents who opt for pink while decorating the girls’ bedroom and blue for the boys’ bedroom. Today we take a look at nurseries that combine one of these two hip hues with the hottest neutral of the decade – gray, to create a relaxing and stunning retreat for your little one. It is time for the best pink and gray nurseries around!
It would be safe to assume that the audacious Glitter nightstand is the younger sibling of the more expansive Queen 2. The two pieces share quite a few similar traits, and the only distinguishing factors are the sleek legs that replace the sturdy cabinets of Queen 2. If you are not a fan of the mirrored look, there is also a posh leather-covered version of this bedside table.
An efficient, small bedroom takes shape with the right bed at its heart. The traditional idea of the bed sitting bang in the middle of the room might work well in large bedrooms, but fails woefully in smaller spaces. Here, a corner bed is a smart choice and if you can buy one with dual headboards, then you have an even more luxurious, space-savvy bedroom. Moving your existing bed to the corner also works just fine and if this is a trundle or loft bed, then you have even more space-saving goodness.
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