Neutral baby colors options for a nursery go far beyond traditional girls and blue pink for boys. When choosing a color, consider things to include the overall theme of the room and the gender of the child. For them designing the interior of a boy’s room, there are many fresh and playful possibilities. Yellow and green are good choices for gender neutral color schemes for two reasons. First, the colors are said to have nice effects on those in the painted room. A light, cold green or blue-green can have a calming effect and gives the room a more spacious and airy feels. Pale yellow can also make room seem more spacious. These colors are also picking comfortably for them to design a nursery for a baby in an unknown gender or for those who plan to have a child to use the same kindergarten later.
Soil colors are said to be emotionally calming and comforting. Colors of soil, brown and beige are said to have a psychological “grounding” effect. Earthy brown coordinate fine with other colors, such as boring greens and pastels, especially soft blues. Chocolate brown is a popular color combination in the interior world when it is paired with light blue or light pink, so this is a potential combination for those who want to use traditional baby blue somewhere in a nursery. These colors are also quite suitable for rooms with open-air, nature-themed or modern contemporary themed rooms. Non-traditional shades of blue become popular choices for contemporary nursery schools. At the deeper end of the blue spectrum, cyan and teal are compatible with neutral colors. On the softer, brighter side, Cambridge and the shore blue are similar to light blue, but more modern.
Baby blue with a twist
A “new” way of using the traditional light unisex baby colors is to use it along with other colors in patterns and decorative color techniques. Baby blue pair well with brown, white and off white, among many other colors. Create constructions such as a color split (one color of the upper half, another on the bottom), stripes or dots allows the designer to use as much or as little of the colors as they choose. Think about all the topics that you want the nursery school to have. If someone has given you a particularly meaningful toy set that you want to show in the room, draw color inspiration from it. For example, many people choose to show Nile Push toys and incorporate Push’s bright yellow, Masses soft pink and cause subtle purple in the room’s colors.
Tips and warnings
Avoid strong colors that will dominate the room, such as red, bright orange and all neon colors. Avoid dark and depressing colors like gray or black.