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5 best ways to use colour in your child’s bedroom

Children spend plenty of time in their bedroom, which means that aside from sleeping, it’s where they spend most of their time learning and growing. Rather than keeping the space a neutral environment just for naps, brighten it up with colours and items they can interact with and learn from. 
Dulux has plenty of inspirations on how to brighten up your child’s room, and we’ve picked five for you:
 
NOT JUST SOLIDS, BUT PATTERNS

Pastels are always a popular choice for the walls of a baby’s room. But add a twist by using a variety of colours, and in a pattern to keep the look from being dull. The interior will still have the calmness of pastel, but it will look a lot more cheery.
 
INTERACTIVE COLOURS


 Turn functional furniture pieces into decor features with the help of paint colours. Create a tree by painting foliage around a tall, narrow wooden shelf. Or use paint to create a simple height chart! It’ll be both functional and fun.
 
USE COLOURS TO HELP THEM LEARN

Learning doesn’t have to be boring if you use colours. Take a leaf out of this home and turn the numbers chart into a decorative feature using stencils and paint.
 
ZONE YOUR SPACE

Do your kids share a room? If they do, colours can come in useful by helping them create separate spaces within the confines of their shared bedroom. 
 
HELP MAKE THE TRANSITION INTO THE TEENAGE YEARS

Tone down a hot pink hue with a cool shade of grey. The neutral tone will add a touch of sophistication to the bright colours of your child’s room. 
 
 
The paint of choice for homes with kids is Dulux Wash and Wear with KidProof Technology. Unlike other paints, this product has great washability and it is also low in odour, even when freshly painted. Makes cleaning easy for busy parents.
 
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