6 Must Colours for a Unique Children’s Bedroom[email protected]
Our mood fluctuates throughout the day and there is no doubt that it is also affected by various colours found in our environment and the spaces we move through, work and relax. If there is a place in which colour plays an even more important role, it is undoubtedly the bedroom – especially the bedroom of a child’s sensitive soul.
If you are planning to renovate your little one’s bedroom get inspired by the following six magical colours which will transform their bedroom to a relaxing oasis of playing, studying and resting.
Aqua is a classic, timeless colour because of the sweetness and tranquility it exudes, as it also reminds our children the summertime and the beach. Including a wide range of shades, from light green to deep blue, aqua will be loved by boys and girls of all ages.
By far the most timeless and versatile choice, white will easily accompany any choice of furniture, curtains and other accessories you’ve already selected. Bright and clear, it also gives the impression that it “enlarges” the space, thus contributing to the wellbeing of the child.
It can get dirty more easily than other colours and perhaps some children will find the white boring. However, if you combine it with a couple of other colours, at the right places, these difficulties can be surpassed – such as in the LIFETIMEKidrooms Explorer bedroom.
- The multifaceted Lavender
Covering a range of colors that are not easy to identify and which range from gray to soft hyacinth, lavender, apart from the tranquility it exudes and the way its relaxation abilities, it offers the advantage of visual flexibility: it will look slightly different every time you change the accessories and other decorative elements of the space.
Look at the 1001 Nights bedroom with some Lavender tones.
Green is well-known for its beneficial effects on children’s intellect and the way it strengthens their memory and perceptual ability without tiring the eyes. It also reduces stress and contributes to a good-night’s sleep. Watch it blend with the Forest Ranger themed bedroom.
- Light Yellow
Lively and joyful, yellow must be selected in a tone that somehow mellows its inherent luminosity. Butterish or lemonish yellow rarely makes you tired, while it is proven to enhance mental concentration and healthy emotional response, especially when combined with white.
- Mint hues
Mint’s pale green reflects the natural light while retaining all the benefits of classic green for the child’s intellect. It has even been observed to cause even less eye fatigue than the darker shades of green. It mixes perfectly with shades of blue and gray.
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