Tip 1 – Paint the ceiling
Tip 2 – Visually separate of part of the room
How to create zone separation if you have two siblings? What great visual tricks you can do with just one pot of paint! Even if your children don’t have to share one room together, you can still creatively define certain zones of their bedrooms. Among popular choices are, for example, separating a game zone from a sleeping area. Another option is to highlight with paint the wall where your child has their desk. When you paint it with a soothing colour such as blue or green, it may help your child to better concentrate on learning.
Tip 3 – Use paint to create a focal point
Tip 4 – Think of geometry
Tip 5 – Paint some stripes
Tip 6 – Paint horizons instead of using wallpaper
Tip 7- Paint your furniture to stand out
Tip 8 – Experiment with different paint colours
Tip 9 – Paint a blackboard to draw on
Do you have children who like to draw their art on the wall instead of on a paper? We have and solved it by gluing on one part of the wall and inside of their closets a DIY – colouring wallpaper. So they have a clearly defined space where they can be creative without getting into trouble (mind you that is the theory!) Another option is to use a specialized black paint that can be drawn on. In effect it will look like a black board. If you worry that black paint is too dark for your particular colour scheme, you can always get this special paint mixed in whatever colour you wish. Truly your painted wall can be changed into a creative canvas! What if you worry that you will not like it and you will be stuck with it forever? Then just search for a Dry Erase Paint. You might be surprised how much fun your family can have with it.
Tip 10 – Add an original feature
So those are my 10 tips on how to creatively use colour in a child’s room. If we areat home a lot of the time why not talk about how to bring humor to the design of our homes? I look forward to it bringing a smile on you and your childrens’faces J