You’re not a regular mom; you’re a cool mom if you’re on the DIY painting spree this quarantine. If you’ve decided to spruce up your kid’s space with a fresh coat of paint, then you know that picking the right hue is not child’s play. That’s why we’re here to help you choose what colors can bring life to your kid’s room.
Cheerful and Playful Painting Ideas for Your Kid’s Room
As you scroll through the Instagram photos and color palettes that we put together, we hope that you’re with your baby. (Not your significant other, we’re talking about your actual baby!) You may want to include them in the research process. Show them these color inspirations and let them help you decide which color palette will best fit their room.
If they’re too young to decide, then you can have total control over their room. Make sure you choose a shade that will complement the color scheme of the rest of your home. You can play it safe by sticking to neutrals or subdued hues.
P.S. If you want to experiment and explore other hues, observe what colors they seem to gravitate to when they draw or hues that they use when they scribble during their online art class.
Here are some of our picks for your kid’s room. Keep the boogie man out of your children’s room with these fun and lighthearted painting ideas!
Grown-ups’ Favorite Neutral Color
This is what we meant when we said to play it safe. The good thing about using neutral paint colors is that your children can’t outgrow them. You can add color to your space by using colorful furnishings and wall art.
Boogie Man Slayer Hues
If you’ve seen the movie Monsters, Inc. (2001), then you know that scary gobbling monsters reside in dark spaces. They may be hiding under your children’s bed or inside their closet. Drive them out with warm hues.
Keep it Light and Playful
Take inspiration from this soft and bubbly kid’s room. If you look closer, you’ll see the tiny polka dot mural on the wall. Recreate this wall design for your daughters’ room.
Art Pop Corner
If someone in the family is artistic, ask them to paint an intricate floral mural on the walls of your kid’s room. Better yet, let your kids draw the mural design that they want to paint on their wall. Painting and building forts out of blankets will spark the imagination of your children!
Fit for a Little Princess
Get the look of this nursery room if you want to create a soothing space. The color of this room softly hums a sweet lullaby that will sing your baby to sleep.
Fit for a Little Prince
Another bright nursery painting idea: paint an accent wall in your baby’s abode. To make the accent wall look playful, you can paint tiny triangles on it. You can draw other shapes too, it’s up to you. Get your creative juices flowing!
Watch this video tutorial.
Think and Wonder Room
Homeschooling will always be fun in an inspiring environment. Create a conducive space for creating and learning with light and stimulating colors. This study-and-play room will unleash your kid’s inner artist or scientist
You’re off to Great Places!
There’s something about maps that awaken the adventurer in you. Let your children embrace the explorer in them by making the coolest kid’s den! Even in lockdown, their minds can go places! To get this look, opt for deep-toned walls and warm furnishings. Don’t forget the map, it’s an essential piece.
Want to explore other bubbly painting ideas? Follow this link to get color ideas from Spongebob Squarepants.
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