Color Coup in a Baby Nursery: Neutrals Nudge Out Pastel Pink, Blue
January 13, 2016 - table lamp
Jamie Curtis recently brought her baby son home to his hothouse with a dim gray crib, white coverlet with gray stars and a special-order white glider with gray piping. A ethereal mobile of faded red, yellow and immature hot-air balloons hangs from a ceiling, and on a cloud-gray wall is a vast tapestry of a selected map.
“I wish to grow adult in that nursery. It only feels magical,” says Ms. Curtis, who lives outward Columbus, Ohio….
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