Decoration ..........dilema........

(20 Posts)
flopseyR72 Tue 19-Jan-16 17:03:53

So decided on decor for bedroom and mamas and papas bought out a new line. Now I think may like this one better. So please help advice mamas and papas liberty or mamas and papas welcome to the world. First picture liberty. second two welcome to the world. It's for a girl.

flopseyR72 Tue 19-Jan-16 18:42:19

can anyone help me...........really can't decide. thanks so much.

Wombat87 Tue 19-Jan-16 19:41:36

Second one. But I'd paint my whole house grey if I was allowed

flopseyR72 Tue 19-Jan-16 19:58:00

thanks do you think it is too trendy the grey one. Or the liberty too old fashioned? I really struggling to decide...that's being off work for you. Too much time to worry about things like decor.

flopseyR72 Tue 19-Jan-16 21:12:32

Anyone help?

marriednotdead Tue 19-Jan-16 21:34:40

For what it's worth, my opinion.

The lighter one is lovely but may soon begin to date, and the grey is classier.
I like your taste, which given that I don't do neutrals very well is saying something!

On a practical note, my 2 year old GCs mucky handprints and scribbling on the wall would be less obvious on the grey grin

Wombat87 Tue 19-Jan-16 21:38:32

Grey is classier. You don't need to go that dark. Would stay cleaner too. Natural like the first one looks dated now IMO

flopseyR72 Tue 19-Jan-16 21:41:19

Thanks I'm most interested in opinions on the bedding sets!

marriednotdead Tue 19-Jan-16 22:26:01

Still prefer the grey. It's fresher.

flopseyR72 Tue 19-Jan-16 23:43:44

Thanks. Still deciding . Your views are appreciated.

LittleBearPad Tue 19-Jan-16 23:45:10

The first one. It's lovely. The second is blah

flopseyR72 Wed 20-Jan-16 00:06:02

You think second too boring and white? It's for a girl.

BackforGood Wed 20-Jan-16 00:13:24

I don't like the grey - just too, er grey

Qwebec Wed 20-Jan-16 00:30:26

They are the same?
They seem a bit sad to me, no color?

Twinklefuck Wed 20-Jan-16 09:21:02

I like the grey, my little girls room is grey, much like the colour on the wall in the picture, and it's been so versatile and easy to change up as she's grown.

You could add dusky pink cushions for little pops of colour, or turquoise, or both. Atm we have butterfly wall decals with lots of colours and that really prettied up the room. Grey doesn't have to be boring and it's a brilliant base neutral for lots of colours.

cupcakelovinggirl Wed 20-Jan-16 09:24:21

Second one - gorgeous

chocolatecheesecake Wed 20-Jan-16 09:27:34

Like you I agonised over the bedding for dc1 but as they need about 3 gro-bags (sometimes more if you have a dribbly/sicky baby) it was rarely the coordinated one. I would suggest going for neutral on the walls and then you can add in interest and colour via pictures, cushions etc as your DD gets older and you see what your DD likes?

flopseyR72 Wed 20-Jan-16 10:15:23

Oh a split vote, it's mainly the bedding thinking about, I think wall colour is distracting. Thanks for all your votes

LittleBearPad Wed 20-Jan-16 12:49:04

Liberty prints are classic and the fabric on the bedding is lovely. Lots of different colours to pick out on it too.

flopseyR72 Wed 20-Jan-16 15:10:03

thanks all......in the end I went to store.....I decided on the first one the liberty. the grey one was not as good in person as the fabric was not soft like i thought it would be but a little rough and in person I didn't think it justified the price tag. However the liberty was very pretty and soft and I got it reduced so better all round .......thanks for all the advice given.

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