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When it comes to a girls room I think nearly anything goes. And pink is one of the more popular colors, especially the color combination of pink and yellow. So what are some colors that you can mix with pink and yellow in a girls room? At the top of my list, citrus colors, orange and lime green. Orange and lime are not only bright and friendly colors but they also add a touch of the unexpected. Mixing pink and yellow with citrus orange and lime green, not only creates a colorful environment but it also adds an element of timeless design that will also grow with your child. In this really blended green and orange with yellow and pink in several different ways, beginning with a soft green colored wall with fun removable wall stickers that create this lovely enchanted forest on the wall. What little girl wouldn’t love that? We tie the green in further through the selection of this green play table and then brought in yellow and orange accents such as these super fun book ends. We also carry through our colors into the bedding with these adorable pink elephants. And on top this candy colored, polka-dot duvet that brings in more yellow and pink. But the real star of the show here is this pale pink rocking chair. Not only is this one of the most used pieces in this girls room but it also anchors the space, serving as a foundation in color. You’re going to want to make sure that in creating your pink and yellow room, that your primary pieces are in the pink and yellow and then add in some of your accent colors like the orange and lime later. Another color that looks really great with pink and yellow is blue. No, blue isn’t just for boys rooms. What we did in this particular room is introduced touches of blue through this indigo colored changing table. And this artwork, which ties in other colors in the room, such as yellow and green. I hope you found my tips for what colors you can mix with yellow and pink in a girls room, helpful.
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