More About Color for Your Child's Room

My last post was about utilizing color and how to achieve the right color ratio in your child’s room. Then I pointed out some of the more popular color schemes for kids which included pink & green, orange & blue, and red, white & blue. It was so fun to highlight décor that showed off these different colors, that I decided to add a few more combinations and basically expand further on this topic. If you want to read the color basics before looking at these specific schemes (I would suggest it), then click here. Okay, now that you have caught up, I am going to highlight a few other combinations for your children’s rooms that I think are fun and easy to pull together.

Brown & Pink – a classic combination for girls with so many options that you can go shabby chic, modern, or somewhere in between. Check out these CoCo Hand Painted Wall Letters and the great patterns that are used:


I love the blend of a traditional base with a more modern shade on the Clayton Brown Lamp by Charn & Co


Brown & Blue – so versatile and a great combination for any age, just look at this Oxygen Blue Brown Ivory Rug…clean and simple, plus the touch of ivory gives it interest:


This Nikko Double Drum Chandelier is just great…I like the use of khaki trim instead of brown – it is a little bit lighter and actually makes this piece coordinate with many different styles. 


Yellow & Pink – although not the most obvious combination to use, just look at how fresh and fun this Isabel Bedding Set is: 


This Gerber Rug is absolutely adorable and the perfect accent piece for your little girl’s nursery or bedroom:


Orange & Green – There is something so energizing about this color combo, and I love the tones in this Links Rug:


This Colors of Spring Lamp is the perfect accent lamp solving both your need for some extra light and a great looking piece of décor:


All of these color combos say something different, bring a different energy and fit different styles. I highlighted pieces that showed both colors together on one piece, but be sure to look at solid pieces in each color and always include a neutral and a bit of black. Here are more color theme options from Rosenberry Rooms.

Happy decorating!

Adriana Dehring

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