Dress My Nest 120

Halloween doesn’t have to be scary and dark, it can also be cute. How adorable does this baby look dressed up as a pumpkin?

Whenever decorating a child’s room, adding accents of colour can help with the transition stage to toddlers, white will be your predominate colour on walls, furniture or flooring.

You can then add accent colours in way of furnishings such as a rocking chair, curtains and wall art. Using Orange in a nursery is great as it is a very comfortable colour which promotes a welcoming feeling and creates a very safe atmosphere for the child. Adding in touches of green resonates nature’s nurturing hand and helps add depth and contrast to the orange and white. Painting in bright colours hasn’t been easier now that most water based paints are low VOC and lead-free which makes it safe for everyone.

We recommend the following paint colours to create this look: Polo Stick (CC-1), Lime Juice (CL-8) on Shave’s Colour Collection II and Orange Crush (8217-5) from Dekade’s colour range.