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There's no easier way to transform a nursery than with a fresh coat of paint. And, if you want to create a a bold space-choosing a bold hue is always a good idea. Now, to take your design up a notch-color drench the room. Ahead we'll look at how to color drench a nursery to make it more impactful. Plus, we'll share some of the most eye-catching color drenched interiors we've come across.
So what is color drenching, you ask? Well, it's where you pick a color for the nursery and paint more surfaces than just the nursery walls. Painting the walls, moldings, window frames, doors, and even the ceilings in the same tone can make quite a statement.
Be warned- a color drenched nursery is a bold idea and a daring under-taking. It's not for the those that seeks simplicity in design. On the other hand, if you love taking risks with your interiors and the look of a moody interior- color drenching your nursery is something to consider.
Below, find eye-catching color drenched ideas all so bold, modern, sophisticated and thoughtfully decorated.
CREATING A DRAMATIC AND INVITING NURSERY WITH COLOR DRENCHING
This color drenched nursery is a prime example of the power of paint to energize a space. In this design, the beautiful moody green paint extends to the walls, ceilings and trim. Doing so allows the nursery furniture and decor to take center stage while the rest of the room recedes.
This design nails the color drenching technique with a gorgeous paint color, Farrow and Ball De Nimes. It spills onto the trim and ceilings as well. This technique draws your eye up -giving the illusion of higher ceilings.
The all over color approach makes for a stunning nursery. A beautiful peach pink shade - Pop by Clare, flows onto walls, the molding and all the way up the ceilings. Color drenching can make a small space appear larger than it really is.
This lovely nursery has a fresh take on the color-drenching technique. Farrow and Ball Oval Room cover the trim and the ceiling. The Annie Selke Samoa Grasscloth in Robin’s Egg Blue- adds a similar tone along with texture and sheen to the nursery walls, making the space feel inviting and engaging.
The thought of painting all over scares you just a bit? Take inspiration from this beautiful design that uses different shades of the same color to paint the surfaces. Here, the walls have a soft pink shade while the trim and ceilings have a darker rose hue.
Let us leave you with this interior. It's moody and dramatic but also modern and inviting. A bold green hue spreads onto the walls, trim, ceiling, and even onto the built-ins- making the accessories and decor stand out prominently.
Last Updated on October 6, 2022 by Tira Attygalla
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