Traditional boys room décor ideas

When decorating your child’s room you basically have the same options as for the rest of the house. The styles you can choose from are the same. Of course, some styles are more suitable for this space than others. For example, a modern or contemporary décor might seem a little too cold for a kid’s room so you might want to opt for something more traditional that feels cozy and inviting. Let’s see some ideas that could inspire you when decorating your little boy’s room.

A traditional boy’s room usually features tones of blue. This is the color usually associated with boys while pink is for girls. You could incorporate this color in the curtains, the bedding, the rug or some of the decorations. You can also choose a theme for the room’s décor such as sports, travel, aviation or other classical examples. This will be an element mostly visible in the decorations and accessories.

Blue is a color that matches nicely with cream, beige and brown. It’s a cold color and it usually needs to be complemented by a warm tone. Brown usually adds warmth and it can be used as a complementary color or used for the flooring and furniture. The room will also need some light shades so make sure you incorporate those too in the design. You can also use tones of grey that also go well with the blue. As for the furniture, it’s quite easy. Just make sure you follow the same style and pattern that you decided on at the beginning.All designs from site.

Published by in Kids, on July 5th, 2012


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