When looking for the right colour for your child’s room, there is no need to be conservative. The children’s room is the playground of the house: use every creative idea you have and be bold with bright and intensive colours.
Bright and modern
Even though a children’s room should above all reflect the wishes and personality of the owner of the room, many families hope that the style of the whole house will stay unified. Especially in a kid's room, modern style doesn’t mean blank! A children's room with colours in a cold, bright tune is a good match for a modern home. When you use fresh shades and pastel shades, with simple streamlined furniture, the style stays consistent.
When looking for something brisk and sweet, try bright orange, purple, beige and turquoise in modern, pastel tones. They are neutral, fresh and contemporary colours for any kid’s room, and you can mix and match them without hesitation.
Painting a rainbow freehand is a fun project to do together with your child: let them pick their favourite colours and grab a brush. When every colour is in the same pastel tone, they will all match together.
Or should you go for all blue? As always when painting at home, there are no rules. Let your child choose from a curated list, or even a complete colour collection, like Feel the Color.
Muted and bohemian
If your family’s choice of style is more leaning into mellow, cozy and earthy, a kid’s room can reflect the same style as well. When you are aiming for a natural style in a nursery or a playroom, just add neutral and muted tones. Green, beige, burnt orange and warm grey are all good choices. Complete the style with wooden furniture and other items in natural materials, soft pillows and beanbags and lush indoor plants.
No wonder that V447 Serpentine is one of our most popular greens. It has a calm undertone, which makes it smooth and soothing – a great shade for bedrooms or anywhere you want to create a cozy atmosphere.
The priority for most children is probably a room that is somehow fun. This is where you can use your kid’s imagination: what kind of figures and shapes could you paint on the walls? Be it a mystical garden, a zoo or random shapes here and there, the end result is colourful and creative.