Good morning, dear friends! How are you, thank you for reading my last article with the amazing topic. I hope so this next one would be also great for you and your next renovation. My topic for this article is how to design kids’ room in the best three colors for a better atmosphere? I know, some of you my dear readers who have kids ask me when I’ll post something on this theme.
Best three colors for the better kids room atmosphere
So, as I said already for a better atmosphere it is great. If your kids grow up in the best atmosphere room. Because it’s very important according to Science research. Kids brain (I mean kids from 0-4 years) registration colors and smells than other things. I know that because some of my friends have kids. And said to me it’s very important when you have more colors in there’s room.
Just as I said colors are very important. Colors for a better atmosphere are olive pastel green, Ice cube grey, gold edges, baby blue, and baby pink color.
As you can see colors is everything when you have kids. I will post down below some research which I found on the web. And It’s about kids room and colors inside his rooms.
Color has the ability to inspire, excite, soothe, heal, and even agitate. This is particularly true for children, who can be extra sensitive to color’s impact. So the importance of picking out just the right color for a young child’s room shouldn’t be underestimated.
While scientists have learned a lot about the way color influences our minds and bodies. Keep in mind that every child is different; these generalizations don’t apply to all. But if you’re curious about how to bring color into your child’s room. This information from The Complete Book of Color by Suzy Chiazzari can help you get started.Houzz.com
Green- This calming, natural color has a soothing impact on a child. Scientists have also found that green may improve a child’s reading speed and comprehension.
Blue– Having the opposite effect of red, blue decreases. Feelings of anxiety and aggression and lowers blood pressure and heart rates. Children who experience tantrums or other behavioral problems may appreciate the soothing effects of a blue room.
Pink- Although it’s usually associated with typical girly spaces, pink has a calming feel that can translate to both sexes. Any child can grow out of too much pink quickly. Though, so try pairing pink artwork, accessories, and textiles with a neutral background.
I must add a little more bit about pink colors. I create some projects about with are the best colors for both sexes. And I get information that would be soft tones of pink and blue.
Also, before two months I wrote about how to design kids room for generations. And that article you can read here.
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