“We painted the walls in stem green and then I decided to do a large white stripe in the middle about 3/4 up the walls. I framed the white stripe with a narrower stripe of chocolate brown. We purchased the monkey and green & brown polka dot wall decals on ebay, which we thought were nice touches for a baby boy and they are easily removable when he no longer wants them on the walls.“
“We both chose what colors to use and decided to go with Color Place paint and applied the shading with a sea sponge. It cost quite a bit with there being so many different colors. And it required a lot of paint brushes, mainly because my husband left them laying around over night and the paint would end up drying.“
“I ordered repro circus prints framed in antique white frames, painted the room like a tent, and then shopped for circus theme tin toys and vintage trinkets to display on the book shelf. The palette is red, white, dusty blue, and chocolate brown which is also vintage in feel.”
“I wanted to add some character to the walls besides just the paint color and since the bedding has a leaf pattern, I thought a tree would be the perfect accent. We live in an apartment, so when we move we will need to paint the walls back to white. I didn’t want to spend a lot of time painting a tree on the wall only to paint over it within the next year, so I decided to get a wall decal. I found a beautiful tree wall decal at www.wallslicks.com. It takes two people to put it up, but it is relatively easy and the end result is fabulous.”
I can’t wait to hear your thoughts on which nursery design YOU think is the winner!