We go a little crazy for nurseries. They are just so dang cute and designing that dreamy space starts with the perfect paint. We teamed up with Home Depot and Behr to show you five gorgeous options for your little one’s nursery without a lick of pink or blue in the bunch. Check out our 5 favorites and get the matching Behr paint look below. And for even more nursery inspiration, click here.
Bright white is one of our favorite ways to design a nursery. It’s a total blank canvas perfecting for adding a pop of color and pattern with decor and accessories. Get the look with Behr Ultra Pure White.
Not on the modern white bandwagon? Then a creamy neutral shade that’s soft and plays well with blushing hues is just what the doctor ordered. Get the look with Behr Snow Day.
Barely there Gray
Somewhere inbetween white and dark gray lies this barely there shade that compliments any and all spaces and is a homerun when designing a gender neutral nursery. Get the look with Behr French Heirloom.
Warm and Cozy Gray
For a warm and cozy feel try using a deeper hued gray like this gorgeous shade. It’s soft and comforting but still makes a statement. Get the look with Behr Best in Show.
Fresh Pastel Green
If a non-neutral paint color that doesn’t fall into any gender specific catagories is what you’re after then this fresh pastel green is a winner. Get the look with Behr Pale Cucumber
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With a name like Navy James, this little girl is destined to be the coolest kid on the block. And her nursery is just the kind of modern bohemian dream space you’d imagine little Navy would sleep in every night. Designed by a mom with a killer sense of style and an allergy to overly girly decor, this nursery masterpiece was born. See so much more captured by Jillian Rose Photography in the VAULT.
As an uber stylish mama of two boys, the moment Ashley found out she was pregnant with a baby girl she immediately started the design process for her nursery.
With a self proclaimed allergy to lavender, ruffles and anything shabby chic, she wanted her little darling to have a unique, modern, boho room that was mostly gender neutral with girly accents.
Thinking she would always be a boys mom, the pressure was on to have the perfect nursery for her daughter, Navy James.
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photographer: jillian rose photography | crib: Arlington Sahara Crib | Custom Rocker: Neato Vintage | Charm Wool Rug: West Elm | Light: Lotus Pendant Light | Wall Art: Lulu and Georgia | Side Table: Gold TriPod Side Table | Wall Hanging: Custom Macrame Wall Hanging | Mint Poof: Mint Poof | Laser Cut wood name: Laser cut wood name | Curtains: Sheer Curtain | Paint color: Benjamin Moore – Abyss
One thing I always have on hand right up until the very end of summer? A bottle of rosé (or three). It’s my warm evening mascot, my pretty pop of pink in the fridge and of course, the perfect go-to for entertaining. Plus, you can make a whole lotta cocktail gorgeousness with it, including this rosé spritzer from Lyghthouse Cocktails. Get the recipe below and find more summer sendoff inspiration here!
Melissa BaranRosé Spritzer
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- One bottle of chilled rosé
- Three cans of grapefruit La Croix
- Two grapefruits cut into sections
- Gin (if you want to make that extra kick)
- Raspberries for garnish
- Put ice and 4 oz. of rosé per glass.
- Add 3 oz. of grapefruit La Croix.
- Splash in 2 tablespoons of fresh grapefruit juice and gin.
- Garnish as desired!
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