Looking for the perfect palette to transform your kid’s walls? We’ve got some versatile ideas that can work in any bedroom. See our tips and tricks to start decorating your little one’s space.
Making the most of a small bedroom
Painting small spaces doesn’t rule out big ideas, especially when it comes to kids’ bedrooms. You can use colour zoning to transform unused nooks into bunks, lounging areas, or even homework stations. Be bold and creative, try feature walls with circles and geometric shapes in block colour to create an environment that will feed your child’s imagination.
Take a look at how you can create the perfect circle on your walls.
For those moments where food, mud, paint or crayon make it on to your walls, make forgiveness easy with our washable and tough Kids' Space Emulsion Paint. It is a hi-tech, air-purifying paint specially designed for household with children. It creates a hard, smooth burnish surface that allows most common marks and stains to be easily wiped away. Highly resistant to stains left by children without degrading the finish.
A playful unisex bedroom
If you’re set with the challenge of decorating a room that will please both a boy and girl, give soft shades of pale green, dove grey and citrus yellow a go. These can work well alone or in harmony to create a calming yet bright bedroom for your little ones.
See how you can create the perfect stripes in your colours.
If you’d like to try something different and step away from the bold and bright colours often seen in children’s bedrooms, try neutral shades.
An earthy grey, paired with luscious green and navy accessories will create a peaceful atmosphere and the perfect backdrop to your child’s creativity and toys. Finish the look by hanging your child’s drawings on the wall and display toy models on shelves.
Give your colour ideas a try with the Visualizer app.
Bedroom on a budget
Adding a touch of colour to your kid’s bedroom doesn’t have to break the bank. A clever splash of paint can refresh and restore any space. Whether you’ve got a leftover tin from another project or tester pots at hand, you can create anything from stripes to a split-effect on your kid’s walls, using minimal paint for maximum effect.
Try Sun Kiss
Minimalist and modern, Scandinavian style is sweeping homes around the world. So why stop at kids’ bedrooms? Crisp white walls punctuated with the occasional burst of vibrant colour can create a brilliant space for your child. And introducing ‘less is more’ to developing young minds isn’t a bad thing either!
Try Wentworth White
Looking for more inspiration? Have a look at our guide to favourite colours for children’s bedrooms.