Thursday, March 27, 2014

A minty boy nursery {mint, teal, black and white}

I have always loved designing nurseries and kids spaces using colors that are slightly out of the ordinary.  I tend to use colors as a "neutral" even though they aren't your classic neutral like white, tan, ivory etc.  For my most recent client she already had her walls painted in Sherwin Williams Mint Condition from this room originally being her daughters.  They didn't want to repaint, but are having a boy this summer.  No problem.  I looked at the walls as their neutral backdrop and allowed the rest of the color scheme to come from my inspiration piece I found.  I just adore this saying and thought the colors were fab.


The rest of the room will be compiled of teal, black, white and a few shades of gray.  Along with little bits of an olivey green.  Love those unexpected touches.  


Out of respect for my paying clients I don't share all sources, but I do highlight a few when necessary.  In this case there are so many talented designers involved that you may have never heard of.  Along with Live Love Studio you'll find art from Rose and Julep, crib sheets from Olive and Andrew and the ever amazing (I'm a tad bit obsessed) cross blanket by SpearmintLove.  If you have any other questions or would like to inquire about my design services please email me.  I'd love to chat.

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