Baby Blue Girls Room

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Baby Blue Girls Room

Blue – Healing, Subtle – Blue is calming, but be careful with the shade. Gray-blues can lean towards sadness. Blue increases productivity, but should not be used around food. If you have a child who refuses to eat, avoid blue plates! In the nursery, use warm or bright blues and avoid overusing navy or dark shades. Blue is also cooling, which is good for a baby who gets warm easily.
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Baby Blue Girls Room

My daughters room is all aqua. Her carpet is a deeper shade of Aqua. So for her nursery I went for an underwater theme and decorated with fish and mermaids (not Disney little mermaid, but think whimsical artwork) and pink and green accents. I have an oversized white fur floor rug too. Her older brother lives hanging out in her room! It’s very calm. Blue works for boys and girls. Hey, the sky is blue and the ocean is blue and they work for everyone, right?
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Baby Blue Girls Room

Oh, Kate, I LOVE the room!! My girls have a very similar looking bunk bed set, and the same color palette in their room. I got some great ideas from your photos. This is a lovely, feminine room…perfect for a young girl without being baby-ish, yet not too grown-up either. Just fabulous! :)
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Baby Blue Girls Room

LOVE IT! I bought bunk beds for my girls, ages 8 & 7, that share a room at a tag sale last summer. I painted them white and bought that exact bedding months ago! Due to other spiraling diy projects (refinishing stairs, needing new carpet, etc), we haven’t put the room together yet. But hopefully it will look somewhere as beautiful as the room you made! : ) I also loved how the blue and purple should get them through quite a few years and was beautiful but not too cutesy.
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Baby Blue Girls Room

If you choose a light aqua blue (think Tiffany’s) or a violet blue like periwinkle, the room will definitely feel more feminine. If you want to stay with a straight light blue, pair it with a more girly accent color like magenta. I also love the idea from LaLaFin of adding florals to the mix! -Naomi Little Crown Interiors
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Baby Blue Girls Room

To help provide you with a starting point, we’ve compiled an assortment of baby girl nursery ideas and photos to get your creative juices flowing and inspire your inner nesting urges. Browse the nursery themes, colors and decorating ideas and see what ideas you’ll find to incorporate into your new daughter’s room. If you’re looking for other ways to express your girl’s personality, browse our custom home decor items like wall art, pillows and more. If you’re not sure if you’re having a boy or girl, check out our 100 baby boy room ideas for other fun inspiration.
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Baby Blue Girls Room

I have a little girl on the way and we’re trying to figure out paint colors right now. We want her room to have that open beachy kind of feel. Naturally we thought blue when going with a beach theme, but I’m afraid of it looking like a boy’s room. Any tips on complimentary colors so we can have that serene blue feel, but still keep it gender neutral?
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Baby Blue Girls Room

Funny, if you browse my pinterest board for my daughters room, you will see a lot of similarities with the colors, bedding, accessories. But I’ve decided to go with purple + pink…pink instead of blue. She’s very much a girly girl, so it was more fitting. Her room is actually being built and should be finished this week. Can’t wait to get in and decorate it! This is my Pinterest board of her room ideas (you’ll see the Brooklyn bedding, same rug)… //
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LOVE IT! I bought bunk beds for my girls, ages 8 & 7, that share a room at a tag sale last summer. I painted them white and bought that exact bedding months ago! Due to other spiraling diy projects (refinishing stairs, needing new carpet, etc), we haven’t put the room together yet. But hopefully it will look somewhere as beautiful as the room you made! : )
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There is an endless amount of information on color out there. If you’re planning your nursery, take a few minutes and do a little research. After all, your baby will be in this room until you decide to repaint.
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Kate, Room looks wonderful! Can’t go wrong with lavender and blue, dilly, dilly :) Your bench under the window is lovely and I especially like how you mix/match (or not) the accessories. You are one smart lady and I so enjoy reading all of your posts. Now that Google has decided to do away with reader (in July) I’ll need to find another place to have all my favorite blogs sent.
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Pink –Romantic, Loving, Feminine – It’s no coincidence that little girls love pink. It is the universal color of all things girly. Pink is very calming as well, particularly with children who are prone to throwing fits or tantrums. Feel free to go nuts with pink in a girl’s nursery—the only ill effect may be a bit of a princess attitude!
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There are those curtains again…you’re killing me, Kate…I want them so bad!!!! hahaha! I think I’ll be your first customer when you start selling them. Hurry up….LOL! BTW, your daughter’s room is absolutely beautiful. I love all the little details. I’m about to redo my 4-year old’s room and she loves purple but I was going to go the yellow/pink/green route. After seeing this room, I might need to rethink things…
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Yellow – Lively, Energetic, Cheerful – Yellow is sunny and bright but use with caution. Too much or too bright yellow can agitate a baby. Subtle yellow (think legal pads) promotes concentration and emotive thoughts.
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I am now working on my daughters new toddlerbedroom, she turns 2 in a week. I was thinking about using lime green and pink for her walls, and adding a bit of yellow and blue to the mix. This article has made me stop doubting if these are the right colours! Thanks, J
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Hints on pattern and color mixing. You are bold in your pattern mixing and it looks great here. I’m always nervous if I try it then I’ll make it too busy but yours just looks fresh, full and fun. Also, with colors. Do you just say, “okay blue +purple. LET’S GO!” and then just use all shades/variations as you find something you like?
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This room is a great example of how you can make a space feel perfectly girly without being super pink. The light minty walls make the room feel like a jewel box, and the pops of yellow in the lamps give it personality. I love these nightstands, too. The white paint gives them polish, and there is plenty of space for stashing books and treasures.
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be one of my favorite projects. Yesterday, I shared the room for Lauren’s daughter, Lily, and today we’re sharing the room of her twin brother, Jack. They had been sharing a
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Hey everybody, I finally finished up my nine year old daughter’s room – a makeover I started back in October of last year. Over the past few months I’ve worked my way around the room, adding different elements here and there. You may recognize some of the projects I’ve posted about in the past.
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Oh my goodness. I adore this! Nevermind that I’m almost 30 and married with two kids. I want that room. But seriously, that would have been my dream room as a kid. Purple is still my favorite color, and this is just perfect: feminine but not girly; young but not silly. Gorgeous. You’re a genius, and that little girl is lucky to have you for her mom.
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i absolutely love this room. So delicate, feminine, lovely, and sophisticated! I would have loved to live in this room as a nine year old. Did I notice that the ceilings were also a light shade of lavender? I would love to see more pictures of that tree! is there a separate post on it?
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I’m so excited to share this project with y’all today! I recently worked with my friend Lauren to design and install new rooms for her six year old twins, Jack and Lily. They have shared a room since they were born, but she realized it was time for them to each have their own space. We partnered with Joss and Main to create rooms that both suit their personalities and will grow well with them over the years.
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I’m not sure if I completely agree with this article. I don’t think color has anything to do on how a child will develop. IMO- start out with a neutral color and wait to decorate your child’s room with the their favorite color. Their choice may surprise you. My son a lively and happy little boy chose a bluish grey and my daughter, the princess that she is, went with a beautiful lavender with pops of pink. Their playroom is decorated with their artwork on light tan walls with pops of rainbow colors.

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