Tips for painting children’s room

"When it becomes a boy, I paint the children’s room blue – and when it becomes a girl, pink." – This is how many parents think when planning the children’s room for the first offspring. The cliché colors pink and blue for the two different genders are therefore not only reflected in the choice of clothes for the small again, but also often dominate in terms of wall color. But how can you still design the children’s room and paint it so that Your child not unconsciously put in a certain role, like that of the princess or the car lover? Are there gender-neutral colors? And what else do I have to consider when designing the room? For all those who are about to renovate the children’s room, we have put together helpful information and some tips on painting the children’s room below.

Do not paint the children’s room too colorfully

In order not to turn the children’s room into a circus tent and to not expect your children to have a riot of color, it is advisable not to paint all the walls in the same color. In smaller children’s rooms in particular, bright and bright colors are not only striking, but also quickly oppressive.

That is why it makes sense to paint only part of the children’s room in dominant colors and to select unobtrusive, soft and above all light colors for the remaining walls.

Another idea would be to wallpaper a colorful border over the otherwise white walls or to paint yourself using stencils. To do this, first paint the walls of the children’s room white and then wait until the paint has dried. Then measure how the colored border should run on the wall and mark the centering, the length and the width of the border with a pencil.

Now a clear edge is taped along the markings with the help of adhesive tape to avoid annoying overpainting. If you have selected a template for the border, all you have to do is put it on and start painting. If you have decided to get creative yourself, we recommend sketching the pattern in pencil before painting it in the color of your choice on the children’s room wall.

After the border is finished, you should remove the tape quickly to avoid drying with the paint.

Select suitable colors for the children’s room

Each color has its own meaning and a certain impact on your child’s mood.

The gentle girl color pink gives every nursery a calm and relaxed atmosphere and should contribute to the balance of its occupants.

Pure red, on the other hand, has an aggressive effect and is said to have a threatening effect. In combination with the sunny shades of yellow and orange, red serves for creativity.

Green and blue are also conducive to creativity and create a balanced environment.

In order not to endanger the health of your child, you should use paint with the "Blue Angel" seal. Such paints contain much less toxic solvent than conventional wall paints. Paint the children’s room to match the selected furniture –

and when choosing children’s furniture, keep in mind that children grow quickly and it is therefore worthwhile to buy adjustable furniture that grows with them.

Before painting the nursery

As before every coat of paint, you should also cover the doors, sockets, windows and floor in the children’s room with foils and adhesive tape before you start.

If you choose strong shades, you have to paint particularly evenly. Otherwise unsightly stains will appear on the wall, as the paint has been applied to different places to different degrees and therefore also has different coverage.

If necessary, the children’s room must be painted two or three times to achieve an all-round nice result.

If the children’s room already has a dark wall color and is to be repainted, the old wall color must first be painted over in white so that the new color can cover well – ergo, it will normally be necessary to paint at least twice when repainting in white.

Design of the children’s room walls

If you are not a friend of colored walls, you can also use wall stickers or wall patterns.

In addition to numerous offers of templates from the hardware store, you can also get creative yourself, and the children’s room individually shape.

One of our alternative tips for painting children’s rooms is to use a sponge with which the wall of the room can be dabbed in a different base color than the one already given. The resulting dabbing and wiping technique makes each wall a unique work of art. By using warm colors such as yellow or orange, the children’s room looks harmonious and has a positive look.

If shades of blue are used, the sponge technique transforms each wall into a wide ocean and a Caribbean holiday mood is created in the children’s room. Figures and pictures on the walls are an equally nice alternative to painting the usual children’s room. Instead of pink or blue children’s room walls, you just conjure up Thumbelina or Lucky Luke over the bed of your children. Tinting colors should be used for painting, which are already available in small quantities. If your own drawing skills are limited, parents can use templates and stencils.

Either you print out the respective figure on paper and then enlarge it on cardboard or you print the motif on a film and transfer it to the wall using a projector. So your children’s heroes can be easily integrated into the daily game and painting the children’s room is much more fun. By the way, wall decals not only make it particularly easy for you, because you don’t have to swing your brush yourself – wall decals also look great and can be easily removed from the wall if they no longer please, making them an ideal alternative to the classic one paint.

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