Before Pinterest, people didn’t pay as much attention to the colour palettes in their kid’s bedrooms. Whatever colour the wall happened to BE was how it stayed until the kids moved out 18 years later.
This is an OLD blog post that I’ve tried to update and edit, but Google doesn’t like it if I change main titles/links so I have to be careful.
So for those of you looking to FAB up your wee one’s bedroom, here are THREE of my fave GRAY paint colour palettes… Blue is a great colour when paired with gray, keeping things calm and collected while the red adds a dose of fun! This room feels calming and restful with its organic earth-toned palette.
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This bedroom is fresh, fun and timeless with the light gray walls and navy blue and red accents – LOOOVE it. WALL OPTIONS (a) Sherwin Williams Big Chill, Silverplate and Tinsmith are also awesome, as is First Star And while I’ve got a darker charcoal gray with lighter warm gray/greige main walls and coral and navy blue accents, you can jazz up this palette almost any way you like with a wide range of accent colours!
This palette takes a slightly softer, warmer gray approach with the muted soft country look. How to Create a Paint Colour Palette for a Kid’s Room: THE SERIES: PART 3 of 3
Budget-Friendly Bedroom Idea: Light Blue, Coral & Pink