Nursery and kids’ rooms are very different from the rest of the rooms in the house. First of all, they’re destined to a certain category of age so they need to have a décor that reflects that. Also, they need to be extra safe and friendly. So when decorating a child’s room you usually have to orient towards bold and vivid colors and fun and friendly shapes. Let’s take a look at a few stylish examples.
Of course, a colorful child’s room doesn’t necessarily mean an amalgam of colors. You can focus on two or three colors and use them throughout the room. For example, this lovely room has a color palette composed of yellow, blue and orange, a beautiful and refreshing combination. The rug also adds a few extra touches of colors for contrast.
This is a room featuring mostly pastel colors but it’s still bold and vibrant. The combination of turquoise walls and white window and door frames is a classical. Also, the pale green rug has a very friendly and soft texture and it makes the room feel extra cozy. The soft pouf just adds to that impression. The small details and decorations such as the ones on the bed or nightstand are there for a little extra contrast.
This is by far the most bold and colorful room we found so far. But, even here, the colors aren’t so many. In fact, you can see the color palette displayed on the wall, above the bed. The only colors used for this décor are purple, green and orange. The patterns sued are consistent throughout and all the decorations and accessories match these colors as well.
This is a more minimalist child’s room. It’s very airy and bright which is quite uncommon. It’s also great for the kids because they have plenty of room to play and move around. The walls, ceiling and floor are all white and they serve as a nice, neutral background for all the bold, colorful pieces of furniture used for the interior décor. But even so, the colors used are only three: yellow, orange and green.
This is an almost all-pink room. It’s a bedroom shares by two girls and, even though it seems like a cliché, pink is a great color in this case. What’s beautiful here is that, even though there’s basically one major color used for the décor, there are still variations of intensity. The yellow pendant lamp is a refreshing addition to the room.
In here, even though pink is still a very strong color, it’s mixed with other bold shades such as yellow and orange. Also, the very strong green vegetation that can be seen outside the windows adds a nice contrast. Green is a color that, even though not present in the room itself, is still a big part of the interior décor.