cool baby room idea, top left. i hate the cliche pastel pink and blue for babies. whodathunk an oriental rug in a baby room, grey walls,
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pink and grey nursery...cute although I would need a baby blue and grey room which would be cute too :)
Instead of having a pink or blue room for a baby I want grey with color accents! Chevron patterns are awesome!
Grey & white until the baby is born and then add pink or blue colors - I had this idea with mint green also... just don't know if I can
i love the grey walls with pink accents for a girls room. && i love the chandelier!
obsessed with the idea of a chandelier in a baby girls room <3 Grey with a single Pink stripe around the room - LOVE!
Boy room idea - I like the blue crown moulding neutral walls and white ceiling...great idea to help colors of all interior of home be cohesive
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Neat, neat idea!! And the colors are really cool, too! I might need a grey and yellow room some day.
Could these go with that gray granite? Skip the baby blue though. Walls #4 Restain cabinets slightly darker than #2 ?? White trim. Now... what about those awesome floors with the maple finish? I hate medium maple color. Can I convince the hubby to pickle them?
Baby girl nursery :) Love, love, LOVE this!!! I need to get the branch with the glittery pink flowers for Kiersten's blue glittery room with crystal chandelier! I also need more of the dark pink accents. LOVE THIS ROOM!
Gorgeous living room-Love the brown walls with the contrasting white fireplace, trim and ceiling. Love the blue sofa-cool lines! Not so sure I like the bench that well in front of the fireplace.
baby's room - love the orange rug and turquoise, grey and white. I would also add a few small yellow and lime greens accents (maybe in some accessories on the shelf above the windows). My living room colors are turquoise and yellow with grey walls and touches of orange and lime green in accents,
Warm colours for a room with a northern exposure (cool). The paint selections are from Benjamin Moore Top left to right Flurry, pink moire, tofino sunset buttermilk, barley
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Pink, Black, and White Damask Nursery: My Pink, Black, and White Damask Nursery idea came about because I wanted an elegant baby room fit
Such a soft nursery! I love the creams with the blues. Although it would be ideal to have a large room like this, I think this idea would make a smaller room look even larger. Notice the two colored walls, the formal mirror (unexpected but wonderful for Mom as well as room-expanding), the fabulous rug. I cannot say enough about this room.
Cute message Idea from a baby announcement (color change for sex of baby) to wedding love bird theme (will you be my bridesmaid announcement). If I used it for a baby announcement I'd make the outside blue and pink and then dye the inside with baby's sex.
WOW!! When can I move in to this gorgeous room!! Color scheme for guest room. bedroom design with soft grey wall paint colour, white tufted bed with nailhead trim, grey tufted velvet storage bench, green & blue rug, white slip-covered chairs, round blue velvet tufted ottoman, blue gourd lamps and large capiz pendant chandelier. Designed by Giannetti Interiors..
A fold-over top enhances the cool factor of a boat-inspired shoe crafted from partially recycled materials for an eco-conscious message. Color(s): blue, grey. Brand: Timberland. Style Name: Timberland Earthkeepers 'Casco Bay' Slip-On (Baby, Walker & Toddler). Style Number: 623719. $59.95
By Debra Frye-Pastrana. Seen this in Nailed It magazine and decided to try the look using only sinful colors nail polishes and Seche Vite bottom and top coat. I used Sinful colors Black on Black, cream pink, cool grey, snow me white. #mynailart #sinfulcolors #sechevite @Bloom.COM
I thought that this would be a cool pregnancy announcement (one day a LONG time from now). First frame is of the couple, one with blue cotton candy, one with pink. The second frame next to it shows woman having eaten all of the cotton candy and the man holds the one remaining with the designated color of the baby.
Shaving foam painting was one of the first things I ever "pinned" - and I've waited a long time to try it! I squeezed some white shaving foam into a foil tray, then added a few drops of blue and pink paint. I gave F a freebie wooden chopstick so that he could swirl the paint around. Then I laid the paper over the top, lightly pressed down, then removed it. I used a plastic blade to wipe the foam off the paper and it left these pretty
Shower decor easy and inexpensive filler arrangements...make something like this with blue instead of pink and a cute monogram sticking out the top. Or put it in some galvanized small buckets I have & put the monogram straight on the bucket for baby shower centerpiece.
Chic and Fresh A little bit of color goes a long way, especially when coupled with one-of-a-kind accessories, such as this eye-catching light fixture and transparent side table. Directly beneath the fixture, the blue-and-white rug continues the funky theme. Cool blue vases, tall trees, and pink flower bouquets dress up the mostly neutral room.