Color Inspiration: I have always loved color, but I had never gone all-out with painted walls and actual themes of color until my daughter was on the way. The color palette I used in her room came directly from a crib set a friend of mine used for her son. Since my daughter's arrival (nearly five-and-a-half years ago), I find that I gravitate to the same colors — which makes embellishing and moving things around that much easier to correlate.
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Colors Used: On the walls I used Behr paint Pumpkin Patch and Citrus Blast (oranges), Jungle Trail and Grass Cloth (greens) and a dark brown on the mushroom-shaped columns. The curtains around the sleeping areas are from IKEA, as are many of the floor coverings. Much of the furnishings are also from IKEA — a half a SULTAN SANDANE round bed for my daughter's sleeping cocoon, various as-is IKEA finds in the creative/art areas, stacked RAST nightstands that create the games and toys area and FABIAN wall shelves with mason jars attached to the bottoms to create storage in the creative/art area. The king bed frame was custom made out of a floor grate and then powder coated by a local welding company called Custom Steel. I also used a lot of Blik wall art stickers for the walls.
Color Tip: Do what makes you happy.