If you look at those paint swatches long enough, they all start looking the same. After much deliberation, I think I have finally chosen a paint color. I’m going with Dunn-Edwards Rose Water and praying it will be a very subtle pink and not like pepto-bismol threw up all over the room. Pinks and greys are tough colors to pick and of course what colors do I decide to paint my kids’ rooms? Pinks and Greys.
Once the paint dries, I plan on stenciling an accent wall. The crib will sit in front of this wall and I’ll probably do the stenciling in a white shade. The problem is that I can’t decide which stencil I want to use. HELP! You can find my idea board for the room HERE. Here’s a reminder of what our bedding looks like, the crib will be a white Jenny Lind. I’m thinking the Acacia stencil goes best with the bedding choice and modern/feminine design. The leaves won’t be as bold in the photo, they’ll be in a subtle white shade. What do you think?
These are the stencil options from Cutting Edge Stencils that I’ve come up with:
I’m thinking the Acacia stencil goes best with the bedding choice and modern/feminine design. The leaves won’t be as bold in the photo, they’ll be in a subtle white shade. I also really love the Charlotte stencil, but is it too shabby chic for my space? The room is supposed to be vintage chic, whatever that means at this point. It might just be perfect for a rug though. Maybe I skip the stenciling on the wall and stencil a rug? Or there is always trusty chevron that goes with any modern design, but I really wanted to stay away from heavy chevron. Ack, I’m second guessing myself.
HELP me decide, please vote!
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