Bedroom / June 26, 2018 / .
Stick to a limited color palette. If all white is not for you, bring in your favorite colors, but in a thoughtful way. Here, the brights are limited to reds and oranges — which work beautifully with the brick wall and wooden furniture — and are teamed with plenty of white for an airy feel. Let the light in. Keep window treatments to a minimum in a small space to make the most of the natural light and keep the look unfussy. For privacy add plain roller blinds or hang flat panels of lace or voile.
It is no surprise that children spend a lot of time in their bedroom. Used for sleeping, playing and working, it follows that their space should be a reflection of their little personalities. Still, as Yvadney Davis told The LuxPad in her guest post, it is easy to get lost in the world of childrens interiors. We asked 27 experts to showcase their favourite childrens bedroom and to help us recreate the look at home. Stylish, practical, fun, cosy and comfortable – our selection of childrens bedroom decorating ideas will keep the kids happy from toddler to teen and all ages in-between. Time to release your inner child.
Embrace color psychology. There is a reason nurseries have long been designed in pale pink, baby blue, or soft yellow—they are soothing hues. So, while you might want to buck the trends or honor your sons love of fire engines, bright reds and other bold colors are too stimulating to be good choices for a calming kids room.
Now, you try to gather as much information as possible about your existing bedroom and about the place you live. Take a full inventory of everything in your room, listing and categorizing what works and what does not. Take measurements of the entire room, from the overall size to the size of the closet, to the placement of the windows. You can not propose new solutions until you figure out and document the existing problems!