Colors For Children’s Bedrooms
When designing the bedroom of a child, an important factor that you should take into consideration is the color of the children’s bedroom. Of course you shouldn’t discard the children’s need for space, intimacy or their need for socialization. Keeping all these in mind you should decide on the children’s bedroom color by mixing fun and innocent love into the mix as well.
No child would love a room with only white or any other one color on objects, furniture and walls, to be honest not many normal people would like that unless they see it in an abstract picture.
Although the decision to make any changes to the color of any wall or furniture in your home is yours as a parent, when it comes to your kid’s bedroom color you should at least consult him on the matter as well since after all he is going to be the one that will leave in a room that will be colored in let’s say red for a good period of his life. The red color was not his choice it was yours you tot that a red color will keep him worm and make him feel loved by his parents even if he doesn’t live with them in the same room anymore.
But in fact the kid gets angry and starts throwing items around the room he becomes more aggressive he gets bad dreams he can’t get enough rest and the only think to blame is a purely chose color for a children’s bedroom. In conclusion if you chose an intense color your children will have an intense comportment, and when I say these I don’t mean that you should paint a room black for a kid that is to active and hope he gets more relaxed since all you’ll manage is to scare that kid and make him feel marginalized and misunderstood; on the same not red will only make your child as I explained in the rows above, your kid will never get more communicative by coloring his bedroom red.
So now that we understood that intense colors are not really as good as we tot for a children’s bedroom color we can go ahead and pick shades of yellow green blue pink even orange works in some degree for example having a wall painted in a shade of yellow as a land of grain and painting the corners and wall joints in a deep orange combined with a ceiling painted in a mix of blue pink and orange trying to imitate the sunset of a worm summer day. The furniture should be of the color of the wood more into yellow or painted white or blue with contrasting handles on the drawers and doors. You can influence the children’s bedroom color further by the lighting method you will use we recommend the use of a classical light bulb for best light effects in the color department, and the use of as much natural light as possible during the day.
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