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Brightening your Baby’s Nursery with Dark Colored Walls

Entry #1040, March 25, 2012

There has been an onset of the introduction of darker colors in interiors lately and I absolutely love them! From the chocolate browns and grayish steel blues to Restoration Hardware – mushroom grays. The even more interesting thing is that these colors are popping up in baby nurseries!

What used to be the standard of pink and blue or even a range of pastel colors has been replaced with a modern twist. Today there are dark colors used as accent walls and pastels are being used along side their dark counterparts. I love how modern dark colors make the mood become just a little more sophisticated than just a traditional nursery. Here are a few of my favorites:

Darker colors as an accent wall

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Dark mushroom paint with pops of yellow and white

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Wall decals can brighten up the dark wall instantly

Image via: Anamama.Flickr

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I love the two pendants over the crib!

Image via: Lys-Vintage

Dark colors used throughout the room

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Great guest room and nursery combination

Image via: Apartment Therapy

Combination of light and dark walls

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Balance of dark and light colored furnishings

Image via: Studio B Creative Juice

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