We are getting excited for the Big City Mom’s Baby Shower in NYC on May 28th! We will be creating spin art with these Night Night Nursery hues at the show, but in today’s blog, we show you how to use these colors to create the sweetest space for your new arrival.
Preparing for a new addition to the family can be one of the best parts of pregnancy. It can also be a little overwhelming. So much to consider, research, worry and wonder! Fortunately, Colorhouse makes choosing color for your new nest easy. Perhaps the best part is the peace of mind that comes from choosing Colorhouse paint. With NO VOCs (volatile organic compounds – the “stinky stuff” found in traditional paints), NO reproductive toxins, NO toxic fumes or hazardous air pollutants, and NO chemical solvents, Colorhouse paint is safer for life’s new comers, moms-to-be and the whole family. At least THAT decision will be an easy one.
With grey still trending for interiors, it’s no surprise to see it so prevalent in kids’ rooms. METAL .03 is a cool grey that plays well with pops of accent hues like turquoise, teals, and other shades of grey, like METAL .04 and METAL .05.
Another gender-neutral hue that can be layered with brights or pastels is CREATE .01. Reminiscent of a yummy creamsicle, this color is one of our faves for it’s ability to infuse any space with sweetness.
SPROUT .01 is on trend as a go-to hue for making your little one’s room feel light and bright. It is the perfect shade of robin’s egg blue. Try pairing it with the apple green THRIVE .02 for a fun blue/green combo!
The perfect shade that’s as soft as a bunny’s ears, SPROUT .06 is exactly what you want when you want pink for your nursery. Even when painted on all four walls, this color won’t overwhelm.
Fresh but not too bright, SPROUT .05 is the quintessential spring green hue. Like the first buds of spring, this happy hue compliments both pink and blue if you want to wait and see on baby!
As snuggly as your little bundle after a morning nap, SPROUT .07 offers an alternative to pink for a nursery. Layered with greys and whites, this hue can became a sophisticated backdrop for a more contemporary look.