Best of Boston Home winner ColorTHEORY lives up to their chic name when designing interior spaces, particularly when it comes to colorful interiors like your baby’s nursery.
Creator Brad Dufton and partner Benjamin Scott created ColorTHEORY as a full-service, residential interior styling company, offering expertise in painting, color consultations, wallpaper patterns and placement, and designing the overall aesthetic of a home as well as doing their part in helping to minimize our carbon footprint.
When asked to do Liam’s nursery, ColorTHEORY tells us that from the beginning, mom politely and eagerly expressed her desire for a yellow painted nursery complimented with giraffe decorative accessories. With that in mind, ColorTHEORY suggested two soft bluish-greens for the doors and ceilings, to offset the bold yellow, and the parents happily said yes.
They used Benjamin Moore paints to achieve the luscious look. The yummy yellow painted wall in this nursery is “Lemon Grass” and the doors are “Stratton Blue“. The ceiling is a fun “Palladian Blue“. And, the finishing trim in this baby’s room is “Super White“.
When it came to helping them envision how the tree & giraffe would appear and interact in the room, the clients were very open-minded. ColorTHEORY wanted to create a peaceful corner where mom and dad could rock newborn baby Liam to sleep under a whimsical Serengeti tree, all while having their own mental escape.
The tree is a mural, using Stratton & Palladian blue, painted by ColorTHEORY’s own, Benjamin Scott.
The furniture and bedding accessories are from Pottery Barn Kids. The baby bedding is called “Jungle Friends” and is a cute collection of giraffes, hippos and elephants, with monkeys swinging happily from palm trees.
See more of ColorTHEORY’s bold and beautful colors in this gorgeous owl themed baby nursery.