Choosing decor and design for children’s rooms is more difficult than adult rooms because you need to consider your child’s gender, character, and even psychological traits. The entire space is better done in bright and fresh colors, although there should be some bright and lively colors as well, to create a lively ambience that is so important for children.
Best colors for children’s rooms
When decorating, don’t pay attention to stereotypes, such as gender stereotypes that say pink is the best color for girls and blue is only for boys. Rocking colors that are too bright everywhere is very exhausting, including too many trends is not a good idea, and current trends may not be suitable for children’s rooms. Don’t make the nursery look like a studio to download the best photos on Instagram. It should be cozy and inviting.
As for age, one-year-old children choose bright colors, and their favorite is red. Orange and yellow are loved by them too, and these colors are loved until the children turn seven. Only after 7 children accept and enjoy all colors. Children between the ages of 5 and 10 prefer themed areas. So don’t refuse to hang up posters, works of art and wallpaper with your favorite characters.
Corrections made with colors
If you want to correct your child’s mood and behavior, you can do it with colors. If your child is too passive, you can make them more active with bright colors like orange, yellow, and red. Again, don’t make the room too light and bold, as this won’t affect your child in a good way and create anticipation. If your child is hyperactive, decorate the room in bright greens and blues. Before decorating, do some research on how your child will react to this or that color, as colors that do not match their temperament can irritate and make it worse.
The best idea is a wallpaper to paint on. It allows you to change colors from time to time and add artwork and posters – as many as he or she wants. Add color with some accessories like pillows, curtains, toys or bedding so that you can easily switch them up if necessary.