Color psychology for your kids’ room
When picking colors for a child’s bedroom, especially for the walls, personal taste is normally the deciding factor. However, each color causes different effects in one’s brains, especially in kids, who are developing under the input provided by the environments that surround them.
Before checking out the pros and cons of each color, keep in mind that neutral and lighter tones are elegant because they don’t draw attention to themselves, instead, they leave the focus for furniture and decoration while complementing them. That doesn’t mean that bright or dark tones cannot be used. When matched correctly, they provide beautiful contrast and sophistication.
Besides the close association with nature, green inspires health and well-being. It is perfect for jungle-themed rooms.
Green has a soothing effect on the body and aids concentration. Studies show that it boosts the process of learning to read.
This typical boy’s color promotes creativity, while its calming effect lowers the blood pressure and reduces aggressiveness.
It is a great color for humid and hot places because it creates a fresher atmosphere.
Too much pink, bright or dark pink should be avoided. These will cause agitation and anxiety
Meanwhile, rose tones integrate a perfect bedroom for a little princess. They are body and mind soothing, inspire femininity and empathy. Don’t the stripes of our Pink and White Market Tent Bed give off these characteristics?
This warm color is stimulating and lively. It inspires social interaction and communication skills.
To avoid overstimulation and bring a bit more coziness into the room, balance it out by associating it with cold tones, like blue.
Its variations, like terracotta, integrate more and more kids’ room and simulate a natural environment.
This powerful and impactful color is hardly present on the walls of nurseries and children’s bedrooms.
Its use is recommended for creating accent and contrast especially in rooms with a lot of natural light, which avoids a darker atmosphere.
Our Black and White Market Tent Twin Bed is the perfect example of good use of black in the kids’ room.
Also, note the gorgeous black metal detail on the Retro Wood Shelf.
It brings neutrality into the decoration, and elegance when paired with the right items.
Despite being considered gloomy by some, this color has a soothing and calming effect.
Associate it with brighter colors to bring more life into the room.
Think before you ditch it. Brown walls are probably no one’s favorites, but this color is present in furniture, bringing warmth and coziness.
Mentally, it’s linked to nature, grounding, stability and maturity.
Remember that beige and earthy tones are brown shades and compose Boho decor, which integrates natural sources and is very hot right now. Talking about Boho, Simply Nursery’s Boho Noah pieces are featured in this image, composing a breathtaking room.
For a long time, purple was the hardest color to obtain, so its use implied wealth, which resulted in its association with royalty. It is also linked to wisdom and spirituality.
Pastel tones, like lilac and lavender, promote relaxation, as deeper purple agitates the environment.
One can’t go wrong with the pure and angelic white. It inspires innocence, calmness and peace of mind.
White opens up spaces by making them look larger and goes well with any other color.
The Beige and White Bunk Bed fit this room perfectly, didn’t it?
Red may not be the best choice to feature a wall in the kids’ room because it represents aggressiveness.
When used moderately on the details, it can bring in good energy and athletic skills.
Lighter yellow shades are unisex and promote concentration and subtleness, while brighter yellow resembles the sun, is modern, funky and stimulating.
Its psychological effect is the boost of memory and intelligence.
This happy color can be balanced by using white and is highlighted with blue, creating more contrast.