How exciting! true? You're waiting for your baby and you're going to start decorating your room. You have so much enthusiasm and so eager to get down to work that you do not know where to start. You have seen many magazines, images, shop windows and now the moment of truth arrives. We will try to he
How exciting! true? You're waiting for your baby and you're going to start decorating your room. You have so much enthusiasm and so eager to get down to work that you do not know where to start. You have seen many magazines, images, shop windows and now the moment of truth arrives. We will try to help you a little bit with these tips to choose color for the baby's room.
What color to paint the baby's room
1- The objective is to achieve a warm and pleasant environment, which invites relaxation and sleep, so it is preferable that you use soft and clear tones. The dark tones have more character and decorative strength being less advisable for baby bedrooms.
2- Find a base color on which to work and on which all the decoration will rotate. You can combine it with other colors of the same range or that are opposite in the chromatic scale but always look for a balance. Harmony transmits security.
3- Neutral colors such as whites, creams, toasted or very light gray can be used if the room is small. They are going to visually enlarge the space. The ceiling painted white or a lighter shade than the walls increases the feeling of height. They are also a good choice if you are looking for a peaceful and elegant atmosphere that transmits peace. To encourage him a bit, he uses touches of color in accessories and textiles.
4- Cold colors like blue, green, mauve and violet in all its ranges are also very relaxing. They stimulate concentration and are very cool colors if the bedroom is especially hot. Blue has always been the color of choice when the baby is a child; in addition the celestial tone creates light and soft atmospheres. The mauves and violets are more feminine and chosen when decorating the bedrooms of girls. 5- For dim or very cold rooms we recommend warm colors such as yellow or soft oranges. They also create
very cozy environments providing a lot of light . If you choose these colors in their more intense variants you can "reduce" them by combining them with cold or neutral colors like white. If you decide to use red only in certain elements or a single wall as it is very powerful and is too stimulating for a rest area.Remember that painting is a decorative resource that complements perfectly with others such as wallpaper, murals, vinyl, wooden friezes ... There are many possibilities.