It happens faster than we are ready for and we are here to help. Our kids are growing up before our eyes and with that, so are their many opinions.
Perhaps your child’s room is the same color or has the same wallpaper carefully chosen by you as it was for their nursery. Or maybe your little one expressed their new favorite color? In many cases, your teenager coming into their own and wanting to express themselves with new shades of style and while daunting, we can help embrace the change with a splash of color, and a fun, inspiring project to connect over.
Whittling down your favorite kids' room paint ideas is no easy task – when designing a child's bedroom be bold, be creative, but choose a color, or colors, that will grow with them!
Have fun with it!
Transforming your kids’ room can be a fun project that not only your child will love, but one that you can connect over and enjoy the redesigning process, together.
And, it doesn’t have to break the bank.
- Start off with color swatches in their gift bag this year and let them pick out their new walls! They may even go with a couple of colors or decide to paint a dresser from white to purple or yellow.
- Pick out wall decal options together that can be applied after we place a fresh touch of color to their room.
- Painting furniture, photo frames or adding an accent wall for pops of color will give new life to their room, and their day.
Did you know that wall colors can affect our child’s mood?
If we are a product of our environment, then our living spaces should be designed to bring joy and happiness from the colors of the wall to the décor throughout. The color pallets we choose can lift our moods, refresh our spirits, and inspire us daily.
Color is more than a visual experience. It is also a psychological one that can affect mood and emotion. It is a form of communication that can reflect your personality and set the tone in each room of your home. Reactions to color can be subjective, but generally, certain types of colors produce particular responses. Warm colors like red, yellow and orange can produce feelings of warmth, while cool colors like green and blue can be calming.
Children prefer brighter colors from an early age because their eyes are not fully developed yet. They perceive these colors better than fainter shades. As children constantly strive to make sense of their environments, objects that are stark and bright are more stimulating and interesting
Overwhelmed? We’ve got great news!
We are proud to offer complimentary color consultations to help you along the way!
Our Color Consultant Specialist can reassure and guide you as you make the inspiring, fun and careful decision of your child’s room transformation.
The goal is to have fun, to be inspired and we are here to help.
Let the Fresh Touch Custom Painting Team help you from initial inquiry to the finishing touch. We’ve got you. Check out our list of services offered and we will look forward to working with you. http://ftcpainting.com/services
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