Published at Wednesday, January 31st, 2018 - 05:36:11 AM. . By Dianna Gorat.
Introduce some pattern, decorating the kids’ room involves much more than color alone, and wallpaper is the perfect and often the easiest way to add some pattern along with a gorgeous splash of red. Grasscloth wallcoverings take this a step further by bringing texture, while graffiti and wall murals blend colorful zest with ingenious patterns and inspiring artwork. If the room is filled with too much in terms of pattern, then it is best to tone down the red to minimize visual clutter.
A hint of yellow, while finding a balance between yellow and blue in the kids’ bedroom is not too hard, most homeowners seem to be far more comfortable with blue as the dominant hue in the room. This could very well be because of the popularity of blue in boys’ bedrooms or just the fact that brighter shades of yellow create a setting that is far too ‘vibrant and loud’ for a relaxing bedroom. Irrespective of the reason behind the choice, those wanting to drape the bedroom of their child in light and pastel hues of blue can still add a striking splash of yellow with accents and decor.
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