Published at Friday, December 29th, 2017 - 02:38:55 AM. Baby Nursery. By Elfrida Simon.
How to Stretch a Small Baby Nursery Bigger With Paint? You've got your mural theme and colors going for you, so why would you bother to put a bright color on the walls? Paint the walls very light before you start the murals. White is good. Not a stupid white, but one with a hint of color. For this baby nursery, because it's a dark room, try a warm, sunny white to offset the cool east light coming in. Dr. Seuss used a lot of yellow in his art, so pale yellow will work exceedingidely well. (I thought I'd throw in a Dr. Seuss word.) Think white with a touch of buttercup This will keep natural light bouncing off the walls instead of being eaten up by a darker wall color.
It's the moment you've been waiting for over. You are out of hospital and you're about to bring your little prince or princess into their baby nursery room. But which baby products do you really need, and what would be considered a luxury? And how and when do you set it up?
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