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The Importance of Colour Psychology in Your Child’s Bedroom

May 14 2018

The Importance of Colour Psychology in Your Child’s Bedroom

When you’re planning the décor of your child’s bedroom, one of the most important facets to take into consideration is the colour scheme of the room. Children are known to be very responsive to colours, and the importance of colour psychology in the lives of children has been well documented.

Here’s how different colours impact the psychological well-being of your child. It’s always a good idea to be cognizant of the role that these colours play, so that you can decorate your child’s bedroom accordingly.

1. Red:

Using red in the bedroom décor can have an energizing effect on your child. However, it’s best to limit the use of this colour to accents, as too much red in the bedroom can evoke aggressive tendencies.

2. Orange:

Orange is one of the best colour choices for your child’s bedroom, as it is known to build confidence and encourage independence. It is also a very warm, friendly and inviting colour.

3. Yellow:

Associated with happiness and cheer, yellow aids concentration and improves memory. However, the excessive use of yellow can be jarring, so the colour can be restricted to one of the walls in the room.

4. Blue and green:

Blue inspires calm in the bedroom and is seen to have a soothing effect on children. It is a good choice for children with behavioural issues. Green has a similarly soothing and calming effect on children.

5. Purple:

Purple is a powerful colour that can be used effectively in children’s rooms. It is known to inspire creativity, compassion and sensitivity in children, while also harnessing wisdom and passion.

6. Pink:

A touch of pink in the child’s bedroom is soothing on the eyes, and the wide spectrum of pink shades can complement a variety of other colours in the bedroom.

7. Warm tones:

Warm tones like burgundy, brown and tan can help create a safe and cozy environment in the bedroom, thereby reducing separation anxiety in children.

8. Cool tones:

Although cool tones like cream and beige are not common choices for kids’ rooms, they can be used in small rooms and warm environments to create a sense of space and coolness.

Identifying a colour scheme for your children’s bedroom, in keeping with their age and temperature, is always a good idea.

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