Painting your child’s room can be a bit difficult, and picking a color can be frustrating, as there are so many different options. Keeping a room completely white can be nice, as it is good for lighting, but sometimes you want to add a bit of color to make the area a bit more fun. While this is true, there are a few classic colors that you can utilize as a go-to, so you do not have to worry about being overwhelmed again. Let’s take a look at some of these colors.
A Light Lilac: a light lilac color can be the perfect accompaniment to a room, especially if your child loves pinks and purples, or has anything unicorn themed in their room. This lighter color of lilac really helps to accentuate those brighter colors, while being beautiful on its own.
Navy Blue: Navy is a classic color for many reasons. It can go with a lot of different furniture and also create a sort of theme in a room. While it goes great with darker furniture, it can easily help to create a bit of a nautical theme, which can look adorable in a room.
Beige: Beige is great because it acts as a great supplement to the rest of the colors you want to accent in the room. You could create an accent wall, which is a fun option or choose a dark pink or navy for the fabrics throughout the rest of the room to create a collaborative look.
Gray: This color has become increasingly popular in recent years. It also goes great with a yellow color, which can be a nice modern take on your child’s room.
Off White: Instead of going for plain white, painting over with an off-white can be great, as it, similarly to beige, goes great with a lot of other colors, such as dark purple.