Question: Any trendy paint colours for a nursery, needs to work for boy or girl.
Nursery furniture + colour inspiration
This bedroom is a perfect example of how paint colours for nurseries are really branching out. This charcoal colour with red accessories is perfect if you don’t know the babies sex.
Other options would be charcoal walls with pink or purple accessories for a girl. For boys, charcoal walls with light blue or green for a boy.
* This modern nursery furniture is by German company, Paidi, they offer such a large varitey.
4 tips for creating a gorgeous foyer
1. Try painting your foyer a different colour from the rooms adjacent to it. Warm colours appear inviting and cool tones can create a calming space. A scrubbable paint is perfect for foyers and hallways, when people come into your home they usually lean against the wall and take their shoes off. Try our Aura paint in either an eggshell or matte finish.
2. Lighting is very important in the entrance way, make sure there is adjustable brightness. Not extremely bright, but well lit and welcoming. For a big dose of drama and high style opt for wallpaper and a large lighting fixture that makes a statement. A very important touch is to always add a plant of some kind, to bring in oxygen and new energy. Keep this room always feeling fresh.
3. Hang large mirrors, this will give you a preview of rooms to come by reflecting attractive features of an adjacent room. They will also increase the space and reflect light. We have some amazing mirrors, come into our store today and check out our decor items.
4. Create a Wall of Life, you could display a gallery wall of artwork, photographs or showcase a beautiful piece of artwork/sculpture on a foyer table.
You’ll never look at gray the same way again. This spectacular anthology of the understated side of the color palette possesses a surprising amount of nuance and life, due to the variety of brown, blue and green undertones it contains. Come and pick up a tester pot to try one out today!
Some new gray‘s by Benjamin Moore, from the Color Stories Collection.
Sometimes it’s nice to go bold color in a powder room, for those of you who would rather create a softer look…try different tones of white! We love how designer Jessica Helgerson used woodwork to bring in a darker shade and did the walls in a nice warm white.
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