Colors in Collection

  • Peony pink
  • Fruit punch
  • Khaki
  • Clay
  • Earth brown

Sample Nursery

This baby girl nursery coordinates peony pink with three shades of brown; khaki, clay, and earth brown. You can easily transition this soft baby color scheme into a toddler/big girl room with the addition of brighter accents like teal blue, gold, or wine red.

This flower painting works well with white, ivory, and walnut furniture finishes. As a set, this canvas size fits above a changing table. But they can hang separately as accent art. This will give you flexibility when you replace the changing table in a big girl’s room.

If you have already painted your nursery pink, you don’t want to add a pink painting to the wall. The painting will not contrast enough to stand out against the same hue. 

Instead, add a painting with a neutral background and pink sculpted flowers. 

Transitioning to a Big Kid's Room

Your soft pink nursery will only last a short time before you need to update the décor for a big kid room. But you don’t have to redecorate the whole room to get a new look. Amborela’s stylish art uses classic nature themes that transition well from baby to big girl décor. 

Adding Bright Accents

When its time to update to big girl décor, adding colorful accents, like fruit punch, aqua, or metallic gold, can transform the soft nursery look.

Adding additional and more vibrant hues to the existing color palette can be done with small accent art, the bedding, and student desk decor.  

Will Your Art Still Fit?

If you are converting a crib into a toddler or full size bed, you will use the same headboard. The painting that fit above a crib will still fit.

Switching to a twin bed?

The 32″ X 20″ painting that once fit well above your changing table is now a better fit for the twin bed. Move the 50″ X 20″ painting from above your crib to hang above a double dresser. 

Get Inspired

Find more ideas to coordinate a pink and khaki nursery with Amborela on Pinterest. 

Bethany Ogle

I am the artist creating the nature inspired paintings and surface patterns at Amborela. When I'm not in my studio, I am working in my garden with the flowers that inspire my artwork. I ooh and aah at beautiful colors and interesting textures.