Refreshing pastel paint colors never fail for nurseries. However, it’s not that easy to choose that perfect color. If you pick too much pigmented color, the room will look like a candy exposition. Too little pigment will look like a washout.
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Traditional pink nursery room pastel color is more sophisticated with this beautiful rosy blush without being too girly.
This pretty color creates a really cozy and sweet space, especially combined with white furniture and caramel inspired accessories.
Coral pastel paint colors always bring life to a space, even in its lighter shades. This color conbines the femininity of pink and vitality of orange, but at the same time sooth and cheer.
This delicate periwinkle blue with hints of lavender and gray can create sweet girlish palette when combined with pink accessories and more neutral effect with gray, blue and silver. One of the favorites for a baby room.
Aqua is fresh and gender-neutral color, paired beautifully with bright juicy yellow and oranges.
In a right shade purple is a soothing color. With an infusion of pink, this ligh and airy color creates a cheerful and warm look.
This shades is more pigmented than average pastel, but it has muted undertones to keep it cool. The best pair will be creamy white accents.
Pastels are not just for girls. This mint green will look perfect with any color: yellow or silver for gender-neutral space, or pink or color for a girlish one.
A soft butter-colored ivory shade will create a warm cheerful space for your kid combined with creamy yellow tones.
Purple may look lovely on a swatch, but too much dark on a real wall. This muted shade is a safe option, which you will love.