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.
A very common practice these days in nursery design is to use stenciling. You can find a wide array and selection of stencil designs at your local crafting store. These can be used to create imaginative borders that go around your nursery ceiling or mid-level on the wall. Some of the designs can even get very intricate and involved, so it`s a good idea to determine in advance how much time and effort you have to be able to put into it to get the job done in time. Remember, sometimes simple is better, especially if it keeps your stress level down before the baby`s arrival.
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