In years past, it was traditional to simply use blue as the predominant color for boys and pink for girls. But the good news is that such strict adherence to certain colors is not much in use in nursery designs these days. Instead, you can mix and match other colors as well and not be considered as breaking any design rules. So there`s no reason to limit the colors that are used in your baby`s nursery simply because of old traditions. Instead, simply strive to achieve a color combination that promotes joy and calm, and it will no doubt be just what your baby needs.
Of course, the gender of the baby will probably greatly influence the colors being used in the room, and so if you don`t know what the gender will be it may be best to start off with very neutral colors at first, especially on the walls, and then you can add the appropriate color accessories later on. Just don`t put off painting the room very long, as you want to make sure that all noxious fumes are totally cleared out by the time the baby is at home and using the nursery. In fact, the safety of the baby should be the first consideration at all times, so keep this in mind as you make every choice regarding your nursery decoration designs.
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