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.
Once you select your dream baby bedding, look closely at its tone. If it has a warm tone (red, yellow, orange, gold); consider choosing a brown crib, changing table, and dresser. If it has a cool tone (blue, purple, green); consider choosing black furniture. If your bedding is more on the pastel side or a classic neutral tone like ivory, beige, stone grey, or even white; you may wish to choose ultra-light furniture painted white or ivory shades.
However, what if a dull, boring, less than inspiring bed design was placed in the middle of a room with all those stunning consumer electronics items? What would the psychological effect be? There probably would not be much of an effect. In some instances, the look of the bed could really detract from the room. That would be a rare occurrence unless the bed itself totally clashed with the interior look of the room itself. Few people will make errors in selection that glaring mistake although it is not without precedent that it occurs.
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