Picking a color scheme for a kid’s room can be a lot of fun since spaces for little ones allow for more creative freedom. If your child is old enough to have an opinion, make sure to include him in the design process.
Pretty in Pink Girls’ Rooms
It’s a modern take on the traditional pink and white. It feels vibrant and young
Baby Pink For Girls Room
Girly Grandeur color
This mostly used in girl’s room. Colour is introduced mainly with fabric, which is an easy way to transform the look of Room.
Combination of Red,White & Blue:
This colour scheme will work for both boys and girls.
This white room has such a fresh and colourful presence. This idea easy for anyone to transform a room. A busy white-and-colourful rug sets the tone and is a punchy backdrop to artwork casually propped up on the floor.
Combination of Dark Green & White
Dark green is actually fairly neutral, especially when subdued with subtle white tones. It’s creates a rich and moody shade.
Match Grey With Yellow
Yellow paired with grey, this dramatic shade never fails to create a modern look in boy’s room.
Black & White
The combination of Black and White can be wonderful for Kids’ Room. Take plain white walls from boring to intriguing with decals. Simple black triangles completely transform the look of this kids’ space to generate a geometric and playful backdrop.
Pool Blue Walls
Soft greys, corals and teals combine for a cozy beach palette, and woven blinds evoke a decidedly nautical feel.
Combination of Blue & White
Blue creates a soothing and relaxed environment, while cool whites can aid in concentration. White walls also act as a great canvas for you to play around with brighter forms of furniture pieces.
Cozy Shared Space
Shades of blue are combined with creams and whites to create a clean, classic color palette for this shared boys’ room. A mix of patterns, including stripes, graphic add visual interest and texture to the space.