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My nursery is pale gray! I love it! We plan to play up the colors through bedding and decorations
yipes! im concerned your doc keeps changing its mind about the gender! is that common? my tech seemed pretty certain.
even though we are having a girl, we are doing an aqua on the walls with either yellow or orange accent pieces.
That would drive me crazy! During our last U/S at 17.5 weeks, the tech went from boy to girl to boy to girl to boy, lol. Made me dizzy! I can't imagine it changing over and over again from one appointment to the next! I would imagine their last guess was probably your best bet at 27 weeks.
I don't think light grey is weird at all! Infact, for some reason I had this picture. If you painted the walls (horizontal, of course) half light grey from top to middle and then painted the rest in wide strips of other light pastels... blue, pink, green, orange, purple, yellow -whatever you want- that would be soooo freaking cute! And would work for both genders. Just a suggestion. You might think it sounds horrible, lol, Idk. Can't explain my "vision" very well I guess!
No grey is a nice color. When we had our house painted professionally years before dd was here, we had them paint a light green color in where the babies room would be.
It turned out really nice, we had a girl and did green and pink.
We're actually using a light gray paint and accenting with yellow and green for our bumbleebee themed nursery. We were going to do yellow for a girl and green for a boy, but we think the gray will make the yellows and greens pop.
I don't think it's weird at all, plus it's neutral.
Our second bedroom is an office/craft room currently and painted a medium grey tone. I love it. We just found out we're expecting so we decided to throw yellow accents in there. Yellow and grey are really pretty together, and work with either gender since we want to be surprised.
Grey works well with pastel shades of blues and pinks, so I think that would be really cute! I'd just google a few ideas if I were you.
I love gray!! I am considering doing my daughter's nursery in gray and yellow :) If you make gray the main focus, and add accent colors, you can easily change those and create a whole new look!