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    So my girls have a bright pink bedroom see pic, ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1379850902.736020.jpgboth my parents & mil, fil thinks it's to bright & could be adding to her hypo activity! So while she away for 3 days we are changing her bedroom! Making it more calm & peaceful! These are the ideas I have so far ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1379850926.202595.jpg or ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1379850944.170278.jpgfor the walls! Then adding light green storage cubes to the wall !

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    That is very bright!
    I like the wall in the second picture. I think that would look much nicer.

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    Yeah it is quite bright. I think the second picture is the best

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    Wow, that is one pink bedroom!

    I would paint it a soft white ( maybe Dulux antique white USA) and then add soft furnishings (window treatments, rug, bedding etc) in very relaxing quiet tones - soft sage etc that could be easily changed as she grows and finds new interests etc

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    I would go with the second two-toned mauve but more muted shades to be more calming.

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    Quote Originally Posted by biscotti View Post
    Wow, that is one pink bedroom!

    I would paint it a soft white ( maybe Dulux antique white USA) and then add soft furnishings (window treatments, rug, bedding etc) in very relaxing quiet tones - soft sage etc that could be easily changed as she grows and finds new interests etc


    I think the less busy the better, kids have so much "stuff" which makes a room busy and colourful.

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    I think the purple is too much. Can't you go for a soft white and add colour with a bed spread.

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    Wowzer! That is one bright pink room! The lavender is nice. It's not too bright, it's not too out there. It's a gentle colour. Added with white furniture and hints of green, it'll look great.

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    To me something like this is calming but still little girl

    little girls room.jpg

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    That is a lovely room Wiseoldowl


 

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