We're inching closer and closer to having a ready to go blank space in the nursery. The faux shiplap wall is up and now it just needs to be primed and painted. Trevor is halfway done laying down the hardwoods and then it's on to the glorious task of picking out the stain. I already know I'm going to be THEE most annoying human trying to get the perfect shade.
Dark enough, but not so dark that you could see one of Pudge's eyelashes on it, with some gray to it as well, and definitely no hints of orange or red. Poor Trev
But once the walls are painted and the floors are stained I can start putting all the fun stuff in there! And speaking of fun decor stuff, let's take a look at some of the pins that have some of the style I'm looking for.
I definitely love my neutrals and textures so that's not going to change for baby either. I'm currently in the middle of trying to decide what accent color to choose or if I should even choose one at all. Everything I have so far is white, light gray, or cream colored. Here's what I have purchased so far.
Except for, of course, the zinc letters since we have no idea what her name is yet. I swear she'll have one by the time she's four. Who knew that Trev would actually care this much about naming her?! Gah I won't even get into it, I'll save that for another day and another post.
So I'm not sure if I should add in textiles and accents in a color or just keep them neutral along with all the other bigger pieces I have so far. If I did decide on doing a color I'm thinking either...
A) Periwinkle and violet, B) Blush and pink, or C) Mint and light teal.
I change my mind every day. I'm leaning towards the blush pink the most just because there are the most options in this color scheme and also because it's the only room I can actually get away with making pink and girly. But then I saw no and want to go with one of the other options since the "pink baby girl nursery" is so overdone. So basically, I have no effing clue.
Which option would you choose? Help!