Nursery Decoration with Flamingo Baby Blanket

Jul 17th

Flamingo baby blanket – When using pink and brown tones in a baby’s room, you create a space for a child, regardless of gender or a large shared space for a boy and a girl. Match up these color theme with animals for an unexpected take on the theme of pink and brown. Place the peel-and-stick flamingo on a light brown wall or place a flamingo mural to cover the entire wall opposite crib.

Pink Flamingo Baby Blanket
Pink Flamingo Baby Blanket

Stocks in solid brown tank top and the pink flamingo baby blanket and pillows.  Stack up flamingo bird plush toys and teddy bears in various shades of brown to enhance the effects. Get your furniture into action by painting plain wood kitchen cabinets a rich chocolate brown with a glossy coat of pink on the drawer fronts. Alternative flamingo and Winnie the drawer pulls on the Bureau to finish out-of-the-ordinary combination.

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If you are unsure about how to use a color combination theme in your nursery, start slowly with a minimal amount of colors. Select either pink or brown for wall color and use some shades of this color in bedding and accessories. Use pillows, a flamingo baby blanket, or window dressings and a plush toy to create the pop of color without making the space look too contrived.