“I’m worried about sleepless nights once our baby arrives. Are there any colours schemes you can recommend that will help them sleep better?”
Restful and soothing – these are the top two schemes that parents-to-be say they would most like to achieve when decorating their baby’s nursery, according to survey.
A relaxing colour palette can work wonders for the whole family. After all, if baby is slumbering soundly, so can you!
Try painting your nursery walls in these soothing shades to help lull your little one to sleep.
1. A pale blue nursery
Blue has a calming effect on the body and can even reduce your blood pressure. This will come as good news to parents struggling to coax their baby into a regular sleeping pattern.
Go for a pale shade with warm undertones so the scheme feels chilled-out but not chilly.
2. Pretty green nursery
Often regarded as the most serene of all colours, green is a popular choice for bedrooms, particularly paler shades.
Mint green is both soft and fresh, making it ideal for a nursery scheme – it’s mellow enough to let your little one doze off but invigorating enough to keep you going on those nights when they’re just refusing to settle.
3. Soft grey nursery
Grey may seem an unconventional or dull choice for a nursery, but it can be surprisingly gentle. Layer up different tones of grey in your walls, woodwork, furniture and accessories, and be sure to include plenty of texture – from matt painted walls to woolly blankets.
4. Nursery with violet accent walls
Lilac creates a cosy, cocooning feel that can persuade even the most bouncing of babies that it’s time for a nap.
Choose a warm, enticing shade that isn’t too bold and team it with grey-green for an ultra-relaxing scheme.
5. Need more advice?
If you are having second thoughts on the colours of the nursery, download Vivechrom Visualizer app
, capture colours anywhere and apply them instantly to the nursery walls!
For more FREE advice on the nursery you can:
- Call 801 11 55600 from home or call 2105538700 from mobile for a free appointment with the interior designer.
- You can ask online the interior designer or book an appointment here
- Visit our Facebook page
and send us a private message with your questions.
Use ecological colours for the nursery such as Neopal Eco
, which is available in any colour you want your baby to see.