We whipped up a sweet color combination and served it with a twist.

Cocoa walls are canopied by a cotton candy-pink ceiling and touches of unexpected green to create a rich look with a distinctly feminine flair.

Sugar and Spice Girl's Nursery

About this room
Description: Pink & brown sugar and spice girl’s nursery design
Colors in this home design: pink, white, brown, green
Features & style/feel: baby’s room, nursery, baby girl, girls, feminine, bedroom, how-to, instructions, palette
Furnishings in this home decor: crib, dresser, lamp, curtains, shelving, artwork, chandelier, throw rug, storage boxes, toys
Materials in this room decor: paint, wood, hardwood floor, fabric, netting
Could work in: nursery, child’s room, baby’s room, baby girl
Photo credit:  Benjamin Moore

 

How to get this look: Step-by-step instructions

Step 1 — Prime the ceiling and walls

Apply Natura zero-VOC primer on all surfaces to be painted and allow to dry.

Step 2 — Paint the ceiling

Paint the ceiling with honey hut (2102-60) and allow to dry.

Step 3 — Paint the walls

Paint the walls with chocolate sundae (2113-10) and allow to dry.

Step 4 — Paint the trim and molding

Paint the trim and moldings with chantilly lace (OC-65).

Step 5 — Create an accent color

In this room, we used decorative elements in stem green (2029-40) to add a pop of color.

Supplies:

  • Drop cloth
  • Benjamin Moore paint brushes
  • 3″ and 8″ rollers
  • Roller tray

Paint Colors:

  • Walls: chocolate sundae (2113-10), Natura Interior Paint, Eggshell Finish
  • Ceiling: honey hut (2102-60), Natura Interior Paint, Flat Finish
  • Trim & molding: chantilly lace (OC-65), Natura Interior Paint, Semi-Gloss Finish

Furniture provided by Stokke®.  Styling provided by Tyndall Arrasmith.

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