How to Choose Paint Colours for a Girl’s Room (baby, toddler or tween!) Or maybe your wee one isn’t even BORN yet and you want to create a welcoming space for their arrival.
Go to the paint store (by yourself) and pick up three to four different versions of these colours that you can live with. A chair rail is basically a piece of trim, usually 3-5″ tall (1/2″ thick) that is placed horizontally around the room at approx 36″ from the floor. When they inevitably get bored with that months’ favourite colour you won’t even need a ladder to change it up. How to Pick the PERFECT Paint Palette for Your Kid’s Room
Ocean Air is a soft blue with a hint of gray and green to calm it down. Limesicle is just the right amount of green to give a fresh, organic look without being too earthy, punchy or PEA-inspired! Portland Gray is a nice NOD towards violet without committing 100% to a colour that’s OVERLY purple. Creamy is a GORGEOUS off-white cream, which means it has a yellow base. However, with its neutral backdrop, it offers a more passive, subtle warmth compared to more traditional cream colours. Waterfall is a light-medium depth paint colour with a blend of blue/green and gray.
If you don’t find what you need here, I’m happy to help you pick the PERFECT one for you and your chickadee via my E-Design. You can tweak them to feel more vintage, lively or earth-toned – whatever suits your kids the best!
Ideally, you’ll be able to draw a triangle between the three so that your eye will carry the colour throughout the space. Undoubtedly, you’ll be heading out in the near future to grab paint samples – stop right there! Samples arrive ON YOUR DOORSTEP in 1-3 business days, depending on location Check out my affordable and fun E-Decor and Color Consulting Packages!
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