By now you've probably heard that Fixer Upper's with her fifth child. While we can't wait to find out the gender and what they name their newborn, we're admittedly most excited to see how the designer decorates her new baby's nursery. We have our guesses (hint: neutrals galore) and based on what we know about JoJo, we bet she'll pick one of these shades from her for the walls.
This is considered a Magnolia staple — and for good reason. A creamy, weathered white ($44 for a gallon, ) will pair perfectly with colorful accents that will help stimulate her baby's mind. Genius!
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If the couple have a boy, , this sky blue with muted shades of gray ($44 for a gallon, ) is a likely pick for the nursery. When paired with warm neutrals and raw wood finishes, this hue will evoke a feeling of comfort for mom and baby.
Another considerably masculine shade is this deep dolphin gray with blue undertones ($44 for a gallon, ).
For a baby girl, we bet Joanna will use her favorite shade of pink ($44 for a gallon, ), which is also named after a couple of the future baby's female relatives. "It's a true classic that never goes out of style. That's why I chose my grandmother's middle name, and now my daughter's middle name, to describe it," Joanna said on .
Another option: This soft green ($44 for a gallon, ) named after Chip and Joanna's daughter, Emmie. "My daughter, Emmie, is a courageous girl, but she also has a soft side. This color has softness, which makes it a perfect complement for anything bold," Joanna said on . It also reminds us of the "it" color of the moment: sage.
All of these colors are stunning, but muted, which will create a serene and calming space every mother and child needs in their first year or two together.