Grey and yellow used instead of traditional blue or pink in beautiful nursery interior design
When interior designer Nikki Rees approached us about using one of our Twin Tone Lampshades for her current interior design project, we knew we were on to a winner. And we were right! Nikki's brief was to design a nursery without using blue or pink and so opted for the modern combination of grey and yellow.
Our new colourway of Little Greene's popular neutral French Grey and our favourite Mr David yellow is perfect for this room. We hope the little one likes it as much as we do!
In fact, recently we've seen a few examples of how to use the Twin Tone Lampshade to decorate your child's bedroom. Here a couple more ideas.
We spotted this beautiful image of our Basalt & Brighton Twin Tone Lampshade from one of our lighting retailers Olive and the Fox. They've recently had a baby and chose a Lane lampshade as one of the finishing touches. We love the navy blue ceiling, Cable and Cotton paper garland and Fine Little Day fabric used for the blind.
Last year lifestyle blogger Tea With Ruby used our Brighton & Mr David Twin Tone Lampshade in her daughter Ruby's bedroom. She chose the blue and yellow because of the fun colours but also liked that it wasn't childish and made her room feel a little bit more grown up. Jane even said "when lit it’s like having the sun shining on the ceiling, it makes me smile every time I walk in".
We're also looking forward to seeing Willow Lane's new baby room! She included our Mint & China White Twin Tone Lampshade in her mood board. She likes the simple style and design and is trying to avoid overly cute decorations and doesn't want anything too monochrome or minimalist. She's opting for light grey, nutmeg and mint, so this lampshade is perfect!
Let us know if you've used your Twin Tone Lampshade in a similar way and if you've got any tips!
We're started a 'kids decor' pinboard for lovely looking and stylish children's bedrooms, if you need some ideas.