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  • Ralynn Weigel

    I like the grey walls and orange rug. I can't see it working for a baby room though.

  • Lacey Cordes

    chevron baby rooms | ... bundle of joy to your babies room | SouthPointe Paint & Wallcoverings-- nice color combo

  • Stephanie Ferris

    Grey Baby Boy Rooms | Custom Nursery Art by Kimberly: Cool Color Combo: Orange and Aqua

  • Mara Lorber

    Love how they painted the ceiling and down some of the wall, then started w/ the wall color! So simple. I love the color scheme too...perfect for a boy's room

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