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Colour


Colour has multiple effects on the human body and when planning to decorate your babies bedroom it is important to take these effects into consideration.

Learn how colour can influence the development and behavior of your child to find the most suitable colour for their room.

 

Blue


Blue has a calming , relaxing and cooling effect but this all depends on the shade as very light or very dark blues can created a gloomy atmosphere.

Blue can increase productivity but if your child refuses to eat avoid using any blue shades around food!

 

Grey


Grey inspiries contemplation, thought and emotion but this can also include sadness and loneliness.

Mix in splashes of bright colours with warm grey tones to create a relaxing but happy space.




 

Yellow


Yellow is a cheerful, bright and energetic colour associated with happiness and stimulating concentration.

Use yellow with caution as too much or too bright can agitate the baby.

 
 

Pastels


Colour has multiple effects on the human body and when planning to decorate your babies bedroom it is important to take these effects into consideration.

Learn how colour can influence the development and behavior of your child to find the most suitable colour for their room.

Pink


Pink is a calming and relaxing colour that evokes femininity and emplathy however too much can lead to anxiety and agitation.

Use splashes of pink to create the perfect balance. This works particularly well with children who are prone to throw tantrums!

 

Green


Green is also another calming colour however it works best in a learning environment as it promotes calmness of thinking and concentration.

Green is an almost perfect colour to use as it reflects nature, symbolizes health and well-being with a soothing effect on the body.

 

Purple


Purple represents luxury and royalty. Pastel shades of purple create a calm and serene atmosphere with a luxurious feel.

Purple is also associated with wisdom and spirituality.