There is a whole new trend in playrooms and they aren’t painted in primary colours. These rooms have inspirational words and fun added touches, they can be easily transformed back into any type of space when kids outgrow them.
Use natural elements like sisal, wood and metal to give texture and interest. Who doesn’t want a tipi in their play room?
This playroom feature wall has useful built-in storage and a dark wood accent wall, creating somewhat of a media section.
The baskets on the lower shelves are painted in Benjamin Moore’s 2122-40 Smoke and stencilled in white numbers. They could be painted in multiple colours, even if only in the gray tones. Tester pots are the perfect paint size for projects like this.
These built-in’s are great for storage and the design would work for most rooms, all you need to do is add a fun rug, table/chairs and a chalkboard and you have a little class room to play. This room is painted in Benjamin’s Moore’s CC-765 Avalon.
“If I had a little girl, this is the room I would dream of.” – Gerri Panebianco, co-founder of Little Crown Interiors. We got the opportunity to indulge our inner princesses when we designed this stunning nursery for a client in Southern California.”
The warmth of the gold plays so well against the soft pink, the metallics and fabrics really bring this space to life.
Come into the store and let us choose the perfect pink for your little princess’ room.
When it comes to painting boys bedrooms, it can be hard to find a nice tone that will both match accessories and be grounding to the room. It’s all about finding those perfect neutral tones, that will go with the bold and bright colours.
2109-20 Hearthstone Brown, HC-45 Shaker Beige, CC-362 Elk, CC-770 Denim Wash, HC-113 Louisburg Green, 2067-20 Starry Night Blue, CC-840 Blue Heron, HC-169 Coventry Gray. All colours by Benjamin Moore.
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Do you like any of these rooms and want to get a similar look? Come into our store and bring some colour reference such as bedding, pillows, samples, etc.
We can help you find some great paint colour and wallpaper options.
A trick we love to share with our customers is that baby and kid bedrooms need to be FUN. Their closets are often filled with colourful and fun patterned clothing, why not mimic that on the walls of the closet. We suggest finding an accent colour for the room and painting out the closet in that tone.
It’s the little details that bring the room together. If you don’t want to commit with paint, then colourful accents and bins will work too.