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Decorative photos: painting ideas for children's rooms

Decorative photos: painting ideas for children's rooms

A child's room with white paint


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Classic, soothing and timeless, white is a color that helps to avoid taste errors and with which one is never mistaken. For a soft and calm child's bedroom decoration, do not hesitate to marry it with other non-colors such as gray or black.

A white children's room with splashes of color


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If you like the softness and neutrality of white but find it a bit too bland and dull for a child's room, you can energize it with:

  • Black stickers on a wall to bring contrast;
  • Color in furniture or decoration.

A two-color child's bedroom


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If you appreciate green (or any other rather conspicuous color) but you are afraid that by painting the 4 walls of your child's room it would be "too much", you can choose to paint only one single wall in green, and leave the others white.

A nude child's bedroom


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So that a toddler's bedroom rhymes with calm, relaxation and softness, do not take any risks, and paint it in nude tones: beige, linen, champagne ... Relaxing atmosphere guaranteed!

A gray children's room


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Very fashionable at the moment, gray is a color that goes very well in a child's room; and this on walls as well as on bed linen, decoration or furniture. If you want to decorate a child's room in gray tones, you will be spoiled for choice!

A pink and white children's room


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If pink has long been reserved for girls' rooms in princess mode, you should know that there are many softer shades than candy pink (especially light pink) which can do very well in a little girl's room. … Or even a little boy, just to break the codes a little.

A child's bedroom with black slate wall


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Painting a wall with a "slate" paint that allows you to draw in chalk as on the school board has many advantages in a child's room:

  • Already, the child can create frescoes and give free rein to his imagination as he sees fit. And for once drawing on the walls is not prohibited!
  • Then, with its pretty black color and matte finish, the slate paint always looks wonderful in a room!
  • A room with a black wall, we must admit that we do not see it every day: for a 100% original children's room, the slate paint is perfect.

A child's room with green water paint


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We rarely think about it, but the green of water is yet a perfect color for a child's room: pretty, soft, original, it has a small quiet side that perfectly suits a bedroom. Which is also subtly highlighted here with the touches of white provided by the cloud stickers, the carpet and the furniture.

A gray and pink children's room


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Do you want to paint your child's bedroom in a color that you can leave for many years without getting tired? Opt for anthracite gray: deep while remaining delicate, it is perfect for a child's room. Combine it with pink in terms of decoration: these 2 colors match perfectly well together.

A child's room with blue wall


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If you're looking to paint a wall in your child's bedroom in a color that always gets the job done, don't think too long: whether it's a girl or a boy, blue is a classic of classics that still works!

A duck green children's room


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Very fashionable at the moment in the world of decoration, duck green is ideal for giving character to a child's room. A mixture of dark blue and green, it goes very well with white and pale pink to create an elegant and subtle atmosphere.

A sky blue children's room


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Bright and dynamic, the sky blue is perfect for bringing pep's and cheerfulness in a child's room. Combined with white, it will send your little one directly into the clouds!

A child's room with white wall and mole


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To create depth in a rather minimalist children's room, do not hesitate to paint the wall on the bed side in 2 colors, with the white upper part: this will visually enlarge the room.

A child's bedroom in pastel shades


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Little trick to visually separate the space in a room where two children sleep together: separate the sleeping area from each by painting it in a specific color.

A white and green children's room


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To create a "natural" atmosphere in your child's room, you can paint it white… but add touches of greenery everywhere in the room.

A blue children's room


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For your little one to have sweet dreams, what could be more logical than painting his bedroom in a pretty deep blue, which will promise him long and sweet nights in the land of dreams?

A child's room with purple wall


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Purple isn't really the first color you think of when it comes to repainting a child's room. And yet there are many shades of purple, soft and pleasant, perfect for a bedroom.

An orange children's room


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For a cheerful and bright children's room, you can easily bet on a bright and warm color like orange. Combined with blue, orange will perfectly suit a boy's or little girl's room.

A child's room in purple monochrome


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Your child loves purple and wants to put this pretty color in the spotlight in his room? Make him happy by creating a monochrome of purple in his den, and put purple on the walls, the bed, the shelves ... everywhere!

A gray and turquoise children's room


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Turquoise and gray: these are two colors that blend perfectly, and that immediately give cachet to a room. So if your child dreams of an original decor for his bedroom, do not hesitate, and put these two colors in the spotlight in his bedroom. By painting, for example, a wall in gray and turquoise.

A beige children's room


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If you don't want to repaint your child's bedroom every 2 years, opt from the start for a rather neutral color that he can keep for years. Like beige for example, always soft and soothing in a bedroom, and which you can energize a little with decoration or more punchy bed linen.