Choose an unexpected color “When designing a nursery, I like to use playful and colorful elements that are not your typical pastels,” says Behfarin. Likewise, Bishop is keen on a subdued palette. “Using a warm gray with blush or green undertones keeps it slightly playful without being too intense with color,” she says. “By having the main finishes in the room neutral you can bring in color through small accents such as art, a baby mobile, rug, pillows and a pouf.” Black and white also is a modern way to achieve a nursery that doesn’t align with
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“Bring in these bold hues as accents with wallpaper on the ceiling or a painted dresser combined with neutrals. Rugs and drapery are a great way to infuse color into the room as well,” she says.
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gender, says Allison Delaney, interior designer of Honsen Interiors (honseninteriors. com). Or go bold with colors such as banana leaf green, royal blue, salmon or clementine.
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