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When people ask if we plan to have another baby... Who knows, but we already feel as though we have everything and more.

Instead of painting the whole room, just choose a color for an accent wall. Then get curtains or other accessories to match. I love this idea because my kids' rooms can match the rest of the house better, and because it saves so much time!

Gray paint - Sparrow by Behr Love the color combo of gray, turquoise, orange and green. I will never decorate another nursery, but love this color combo!

Darling Baby's Room. Robin's egg blue, coral, yellow - inspiration for room palette

Green and Turquoise Nursery - Love the texture that the light fixture adds to the room. The awesome pattern of the green and white rocker really adds a punch. The gallery of close up shots of the baby who gets to live here are a sweet way to personalize the space. Love the gentle but bright color combo.

I like this wall for anywhere, but it's a nice nursery that won't have to be repainted as the child gets older.

Modern #baby blue #nursery, The Arm & Hammer™ Diaper Pail by #Munchkin in light blue would be the perfect accessory

I like the idea of painting a small section of stripes and framing it in with trim instead of doing a whole big wall. Still makes a big impact, but not as WHOA NELLY. Bennetts nursery by Rebecca for Project Nursery-Doesn't have to be just for the nursery.

Vintage Chic Baby Nursery - #projectnursery- I love these colors, the side table and the storage