Baby rooms are preparation for the upcoming baby. Solid color paint is enough to create a theme. It is also easier to maintain and change as the child grows. Because the colors are French country inspired by nature, there are three obvious choices. Blue, lavender and yellow are the colors of nature, seen as inspired by the lavender fields, powered by the sun in the clear blue sky. How to paint a picture? I suggest you pick colors from Benjamin Moore Palladian Blue, French lilac, lemon or breathing. So now you have your base. See all images of baby rooms.
The first place to start is the color of the wall base. This set the mood and tone of the baby room. Traditional French country stained plaster walls, and soft colors inspired by nature. Maybe I’m conservative, but I would err on the side of caution. I do not think you need a rough plaster walls to reach the French state seems. See all images of baby rooms.
Children in France benefit from the influence of the extended family (grandparents play a very important!) And also access to fresh food and rolling fields, and simple but comfortable houses. What better theme for the design of your room around the baby whiles the influence of the French countryside? In the next paragraphs we will discuss the basics of country French design and how you can incorporate these suggestions to create baby’s room more quiet and comfortable French country. This is not a question of breaking the budget – if done correctly, is simple and effective. See all images of baby rooms.
What first comes to mind when the image of rural France? Just say the word “Provence” and I bet you a million and one great image in your mind. The rural identity of France is based on the backbone of the family and their sense of community. Their lives are influenced by the seasons, whose traditions they celebrate, and the food they produce. The casual elegance is an excellent way to describe French country decor. See all images of baby rooms.