electric lilac

purple and navy baby room ideasI don’t mean to overdo the navy, but I keep getting requests for it!  Here is a navy and lilac combination, complete with crisp whites and gold details.  Those lighting options are a bit pricey, but you could likely achieve a similar effect with a can of gold spray paint and a much less expensive lamp or pendant with clean lines.  I really love that candy dot rug – such a fun infusion of color!  I promise to lighten it up for the next few posts . . .

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10 Responses to “electric lilac”

  1. Adore this board!! I love the Beatles print as well as the You Will Have Your Cake and Eat it Too print. And my gosh that lighting fixture is stunning!

  2. Stephanie Kull says:

    I really love this color combination!  Thanks your boards always inspire me.

  3. Coryann says:

    I can’t take my eyes off that plum picture!

  4. Wow what a beautiful design! Thank you for including my pillow! 

  5. that candy dot rug is love! :)

  6. Akerrhudson says:

    I love this for my daughters room but I think the navy may be too dark on the walls in such a small space do you recommend another wall color than can be used with this design board?

    • Joni says:

      Hi Andrea!  This would also look really sweet on a pale aqua or a pale lilac.  Either would be really pretty!  I think Benjamin Moore’s Barely Teal would be nice.

  7. Jessigirl1223 says:

    Where did you find this polka dot grey rug??? Please post link!

    • Joni Lay says:

      Hi Jessi!  All the links to the items are in the pink margin to the right of the post.  That adorable rug is from Land of Nod and can be found here: http://www.landofnod.com/kids-all-rugs/kids-room-decor/candy-dot-rug/f10125.  Hope that helps!

  8. Whitneyshafer says:

    i’m using your board to design a room for my daughter!  i seriously am in love with navy and purple and that’s why i was drawn to this board but i’m just wondering what you would suggest for the walls…. would you paint the entire room navy?  too dark?  maybe just one wall?  ….maybe it depends on the room?

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