The Best Nursery Paint Colors
Are you expecting the newest member of your family this season? Here at CertaPro Painters® of Jupiter, we can renovate your nursery flawlessly with our interior painting and light carpentry services. One of the simplest ways to make a nursery more cozy is with a fresh coat of paint. Below are a few of the colors we would recommend for your nursery.
Carefree by Sherwin-Williams
Carefree is a stunning shade of light blue that would look wonderful in your new baby’s room. This color will promote a relaxing and safe sleep space for your child. You can also use different decor and furnishings depending on if you are expecting a boy or a girl.
Innocence by Sherwin-Williams
Innocence is the perfect shade of pink for a little girl’s room. This lovely shade of pink will look great in a nursery, and can also work well in the space as your baby grows. A few decor elements that would pair well with this color are white furniture, a soft accent rug, and rattan light shades.
Slow Green by Sherwin-Williams
If you are still unsure what you are having but want to start preparing your baby’s room, shades of green are an excellent option. Slow green is anything but slow. It will add a creative yet serene feel to any nursery. You can add different decor to the space once you know who you are expecting.
Pineapple Cream by Sherwin-Williams
Pineapple Cream is a whimsical shade of yellow. If you are wanting a bright and playful color for your nursery, this is a great paint color choice. Yellow is another great option for both little boys and girls rooms.
Creamy by Sherwin-Williams
If you are more into the neutral paint color look, Creamy by Sherwin-Williams might just be for you. This off-white shade will go with any design theme. You can utilize furniture and decor to create a wonderful space for your new baby.
These are just a few of the paint colors that we can apply to your baby’s nursery in the Jupiter, FL community. Complete our online form to request a free estimate on your next interior painting service today!