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Use a splash of colour in your nursery

Decorate your nursery with on-trend primary tones. The best bit? Your baby will love the bright hues as they’ll have maximum impact on his developing vision

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Toadstool light, £45, thewhitecompany.com

See red: When your baby’s colour vision first kicks in, one of the first colours he will see is red.
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Mushroom light, £75, thewhitecompany.com

See red: When your baby’s colour vision first kicks in, one of the first colours he will see is red.
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Safari-style wall hanger, £22.95, castlesforrascals.co.uk

See red: When your baby’s colour vision first kicks in, one of the first colours he will see is red.
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Blames highchair with tray, £45, ikea.com

See red: When your baby’s colour vision first kicks in, one of the first colours he will see is red.
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Mummy I Love You To The Moon And Back cushion, £21.99, amazon.co.uk

See red: When your baby’s colour vision first kicks in, one of the first colours he will see is red.
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Red fish paper balloon, £2.65, castlesforrascals.co.uk

See red: When your baby’s colour vision first kicks in, one of the first colours he will see is red.
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SKOJIG pendant lamp, £14, ikea.com

Bright blue: When colours are presented in pairs, babies tend to look for the longest amount of time at blue, red, purple and orange.
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SKOJIG table lamp, £16, ikea.com

Bright blue: When colours are presented in pairs, babies tend to look for the longest amount of time at blue, red, purple and orange.
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BUSUNGE chest of drawers, £60, ikea.com

Bright blue: When colours are presented in pairs, babies tend to look for the longest amount of time at blue, red, purple and orange.
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Ideal Stars canvas wardrobe, £19, very.co.uk

Bright blue: When colours are presented in pairs, babies tend to look for the longest amount of time at blue, red, purple and orange.
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Knot blue knitted round pouf, £95, habitat.co.uk

Bright blue: When colours are presented in pairs, babies tend to look for the longest amount of time at blue, red, purple and orange.
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Star rug (L100 x W70cm), £50, johnlewis.com

Bright blue: When colours are presented in pairs, babies tend to look for the longest amount of time at blue, red, purple and orange.
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Slouch chair, £30, direct.asda.com

Bright blue: When colours are presented in pairs, babies tend to look for the longest amount of time at blue, red, purple and orange.
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Lidded storage box, £12, aspace.co.uk

Bright blue: When colours are presented in pairs, babies tend to look for the longest amount of time at blue, red, purple and orange.
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Camper Van embroidered cushion, £12, very.co.uk

Zesty yellow: Yellow is the most visible colour to the human eye – use it to give your baby things to focus on.
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Charles Eames style yellow DSW chair, £59, cultfurniture.com

Zesty yellow: Yellow is the most visible colour to the human eye – use it to give your baby things to focus on.
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RAR rocker chair, £69, cultfurniture.com

Zesty yellow: Yellow is the most visible colour to the human eye – use it to give your baby things to focus on.
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Aerial metal ceiling light, £40, habitat.co.uk

Zesty yellow: Yellow is the most visible colour to the human eye – use it to give your baby things to focus on.
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Kinder Valley Kai compact cot, £49, direct.asda.com

Zesty yellow: Yellow is the most visible colour to the human eye – use it to give your baby things to focus on.
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Beanbag cube, £15, direct.asda.com

Zesty yellow: Yellow is the most visible colour to the human eye – use it to give your baby things to focus on.
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Use this koziol boskop apple lunch box for storage, £6, koziol-shop.co.uk

Zesty yellow: Yellow is the most visible colour to the human eye – use it to give your baby things to focus on.
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Habitat Topsy Elephant cushion, £12, argos.co.uk

Zesty yellow: Yellow is the most visible colour to the human eye – use it to give your baby things to focus on.
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Cotton bedspread, £39, castlesforrascals.co.uk

Zesty yellow: Yellow is the most visible colour to the human eye – use it to give your baby things to focus on.
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KUSINER storage basket, £3.50 for three, ikea.com

Bright blue: When colours are presented in pairs, babies tend to look for the longest amount of time at blue, red, purple and orange.

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