I've had NVP again this morning so I'm home when I should be at Bible Study, so I have some time to kill.
We're going to try to paint baby's room soon. We'd like to do it before his furniture arrives and it's set to come in November. My folks are going to be here next weekend so we might take the plunge and just do it then. The funny thing is that it's currently our guest room, which has a black toile comforter with pink sheets. We're going to paint the walls some sort of green and/or blue, and then temporarily stick our guest room stuff back in there. I don't think I'll be able to go in there without twitching ;)
This is the bedding set we chose. We would like to eventually buy most all the pieces-the wall art, the rug, the valance, the border, etc.
So we're trying to decide what to do about paint. BRU has online reviews where people can post pictures of the products in their home so we've taken some ideas from them.
Here's one person-for some reason, I can't make their picture blow up. But you kind of get the idea.
Here are some other things people have done:
DH wants to know if we can have the flat-screen-in-the-nursery version :P
And I TOTALLY want to do this with his name! Isn't it cute?
Other people did options with the brown, tan, and even in one case, the brick color, but we didn't care for those. The chocolate was too dark, the tan was too drab, and the brick just isn't "us."
So I think we've decided on some sort of blue/green combo. I do like the one with the green on top and cream on the bottom, too. We'll also be putting the border up somewhere.
But we can't decide on the actual execution. DH likes the pastel colors, and I like the bright ones. I think we both like the half/half split horizontally around the room thing, but blue on top? Green on top? Which blue and green? I also like the pea soup green that's in the one picture that just shows a wall hanging, and the faint faint hint of green that's in the flat-screen picture.
I ordered samples of these two colors, thinking an earth-tone version of the colors would be a good compromise:
But I'm really NOT an interior decorator or skilled in this, so please throw any suggestions you have at me!
This is our furniture choice (in this color)
So anyway--ideas! Let me have 'em!