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    love that room wise old owl

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    The pink is very bright but my dd would love it
    I like the pale purple but not too sure about the stripes especially if you already have lots of colourful furniture and decorations.

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    I like them both (not much help) could you do the stripes as a feature wall then use the lighter colour for the other walls?

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    I've been googling colour psychology while decorating our nursery - the soft yellow and lilac are quite calming colours, and looks really pretty

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    I like Biscotti's suggestion too

    But, if you needed any more inspiration, I searched Pinterest for you...

    Now I'm addicted... if only we weren't renting!!

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    I would do a pale lavender color feature wall and the rest in cream/offwhite.
    Paint the window frames and door frame in a crisp white color.
    Then get a decal online like a nice dainty tree with owls etc

    You could use cane baskets to store toys as they look natural.
    The furniture you have is very bright too, maybe you could paint them white or get some timber furniture.

    Some nice natural cream curtains to soften the room too.
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    It's super bright!

    I agree with pp's suggesting the second photo as a feature wall and the rest white.

    Nothing looks better than lots of white with hints of colour in a girl's room.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MummyBic View Post
    I like them both (not much help) could you do the stripes as a feature wall then use the lighter colour for the other walls?
    Yes the strips will be a feature wall with the lighter colour on the rest of the walls!

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    I love pink and grey for a girl. So perhaps a nice calm, pale grey on the walls, with pink highlights in the d├ęcor/ bedding and with her toys and other belongings. I am terrible at adding images, but some nice ones came up when I googled 'grey and pink girl room'. Have fun redecorating :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nomsie View Post
    I like Biscotti's suggestion too

    But, if you needed any more inspiration, I searched Pinterest for you...

    Now I'm addicted... if only we weren't renting!!
    Pinterest has amazing kids bedroom ideas, so inspiring.

    Nomsie, I also rent and it kills me inside when I see some of the awesome stuff I could do on there, but can't because it's not my home

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