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.
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.
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.
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.
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.