Unisex Nursery Design
Unisex Baby Nursery Design w Argyle Pattern Wall Painting Technique using Aqua blue, peach and mint green paint.
My unisex nursery design was created due to necessity as was the decision to buy baby bedding in gender neutral colors. These steps were necessary since my husband and decided not to learn the sex of our firstborn.
We considered waiting until after the baby was born to decorate the nursery so that we could be more gender specific with colors.
After a lot of thought and many discussions on the pros and cons of waiting; we decided that was not the best plan for our circumstances.
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There are small touches of both pink and blue included if you will look closely.Nursery Wall Painting Ideas
We had already purchased the Fisher Price Rainforest baby bedding so we needed to find the best nursery colors that would match the crib set's color scheme and some nursery decorating projects that would personalize the space and make it interesting. So, we came up with the idea of painting the walls in an argyle design. Well, actually we painted a "pseudo-argyle" pattern using mint green, aqua blue and peach paint colors.
We taped off the pattern along the walls and just started painting. We completed the whole argyle wall painting process in less time than we ever imagined. I'm so glad that we didn't let the fact that we had never done this kind of painting before stop us because the argyle patterns on the wall did so much to give our baby's room a unique and custom look in a day and a half which was well worth it considering how much it added to the decor.
I would like to encourage Unique Baby Gear Ideas
' DIY ers to not be afraid of doing something different and bold with the walls of their home like I did.