Nursery Design Pink and Gray Crib Bedding For a Girl

Jul 6th

Pink and gray crib bedding – Whether you know that you are expecting a baby girl and want her kindergarten arranged before birth, or has just welcomed your daughter to the world and wants to start creating her special room you have no shortage of nursery design ideas to consider. Notwithstanding any budget or space restrictions, you can create a beautiful nursery with the help of a little imagination.

Ideas Pink and Gray Crib Bedding
Ideas Pink and Gray Crib Bedding

You can create a soothing, night effect in your pink and gray crib bedding, stencil stars on walls or dip star-shaped sponges in paint to create a random pattern or a nice frame around the middle of the walls. Stick glow-in-the-dark stars on the ceiling to input your baby. Soft, sheer curtains, deep pile fluffy carpet and star-printed manger or crib bedding add to the look. For a truly feminine star-themed nursery, stick to pinks and lilacs to your color scheme and add small flowers and hearts stenciled or stamped stars on the walls.

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A baby girl’s nursery does not have to be arranged in stereotyped pink and gray crib bedding. For a light, happy mood, a flower power theme in retro colors like lime green, citrus orange go, pale yellow and pink. To balance the bright colors, choose a more neutral base color for the walls, like beige, taupe or dove gray. Using stencils, wall stickers or mural kits to create your flower power design (make a wall border or create a large garden scene with lots of oversized flowers). Add additional bedding, curtains, lampshades and carpets, browse the web and in stores for flower-print accessories. Visit yard sales, antique stores and auction sites for a real retro element, like a funky watch or genuine 1960s mirror that will add authenticity to the construction and become a product your baby girl can have in her room, as she grows up.