Green nursery ideas – Complementary colors, such as fuchsia and green, are those that are opposite each other in the chromatic circle. The combination of complementary colors creates a vibrant appearance but can sometimes be tiring for the eyes. However, by using fuchsia and green in proper saturation and in small doze, you can create the room of a girl who looks and feels calm and relaxed.
Painting the walls in the nursery in a tinted color, or lighter version, fuchsia or green. Painting the walls in all the fuchsia or green saturation can be too irritating for a nursery, so the choice of pastel colors would work better. However, if you have a large room, you can create an accent wall by painting a wall in fuchsia or green. The walls can also be painted pastel green or pink pastel and white stripes or in a block of color, such as the upper half of the green pastel wall and the lower half of pastel pink.
A nursery always looks good when choosing white furniture because white is a color of purity and gives the room a fresh and clean feeling. On the other hand, fuchsia and green go well with white furniture. However, you can decorate the baby’s room with an accent piece, such as a changing table or swing armchair and ottoman in fuchsia or green or any shade or shade of any color.