And if your little girl is lucky enough to have her own custom theme bed, you can complement the colors, theme, and design of the bed with those you select for the rest of the room. Alternatively, you could opt for a total rehaul of the room décor and paint the custom theme bed anew too. A blue, gold, and white princess castle bed, for example, can be transformed by being repainted pink with lavender borders. You can even paint a full 3D mural on the custom theme bed itself since, after all, a custom theme bed is a three-dimensional picture-scape just waiting to happen.
Take into consideration how long you want to use this bedding. To get the most "bang for your buck", use themes and colors that are lasting and will grow with your baby boy's development. For instance, the sports theme mentioned above. Try to avoid themes such as, nursery rhymes, these have a "short shelf life". Just my opinion.
The next step is to choose the colour of the wall. Although you can use white (preferably an antique white), red, light or navy blue, it should be applied with careful consideration to avoid creating an overwhelming feel. I generally recommend a white wall, as the bedding, wall art, accessories usually adds enough of a colour splash to make the room vibrant. You can use navy blue partway up the wall, with white painted above. Another approach is to paint the room in white with blue trim.
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