Does that make a difference in pulling off contrasting colors?
First and foremost, I think you’ve made some really wise choices about the pieces you’ve chosen. I actually think the two different colors look fabulous! I love the idea of the furniture not matching, so it feels like pieces and not a suite. Now that you have selected your major furniture, I recommend getting a great rocking chair or glider or a comfortable piece of furniture you can feed the baby in and those types of things. I also recommend something really soft underfoot. Even if the floor is carpeted, I suggest getting a great round, very fluffy rug you could put a pad under. You want the room to feel soft and acoustical and plush, so that if the baby is on the floor you can be there too. I would also add a lot of shelving to the space—great shelving the baby can’t reach. When you get gifts or toys, you can place those on the shelves, and those things really become the decoration. Playful and unexpected? The key to doing this in a baby’s room is bringing in as much personality as