Top Trending Kids’ Room Colours and the Impact on Their Behavior

Different hues and room colours can impact kids’ behaviour greatly. Some hues manage to nurture sensitivity and confidence in children. Besides, there are a few of the paint colours that counter restlessness in kids. Readers can check out top trending child room colour ideas and see how they impact their behavioural side.

We all know that colours have the ability to heal and soothe your child’s developmental side. The selection of true colour in your child room has the ability to encourage and stimulate the right emotions in them. One should not underestimate the phase of choosing the right colour for their kid room. Carefully choose the colour scheme for their room because this practice heavily influences their mind, emotions and behaviour.

Red

Top Trending Kids’ Room Colours and the Impact on Their Behavior
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This colour energises your child’s body. Furthermore, such a colour scheme stimulates and rouses his excitement level. If you plan to remodel your kid’s room, then it is better to paint his room with this colour option. Most importantly, the red colour keeps the heart and breathing rates stable as well as normal.

On the same note, avoid painting your whole kid room with red colour. Too much exposure to red boosts and emboldens aggressive behaviour. There is a chance that your kid may lose his ability to concentrate and focus even on little things. Though red is a great and amazing accent, the balanced use of this colour may bring great results to your kid’s behaviour. For getting construction estimates or room remodelling estimates, you can get in touch with companies like QTO Estimating as they promise to give correct materials takeoff and cost estimates.

Orange

Top Trending Kids’ Room Colours and the Impact on Their Behavior
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The trend of using orange colour in kid’s rooms is fairly low these days. It is observed that orange colour is still the most underused and misunderstood colour so far. But it is the warm and friendly colour shade that you can emboss in your child’s room. It is marked as the youthful colour option and leaves a great impact on your child’s psyche. This colour encourages confidence. At the same time, it cheers and boosts independence, individuality as well as extroversion.

Green

Top Trending Kids’ Room Colours and the Impact on Their Behavior
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Next, we have a green colour painting trend that leaves the most soothing impact on your kid’s mind and emotions. This colour is identified as the natural and calming colour tone. It has the ability to nurture your child’s reading speed. According to experts, this colour even possesses the tendency to improve and progress your child’s comprehension part. All in all, this is an anxiety-reducing colour.

More of Trending Kids’ Room Colours

Top Trending Kids’ Room Colours and the Impact on Their Behavior

The colour purple is often linked and connected with royalty. For embossing self-assurance and self-belief traits in your kid’s personality, this is the right colour that you should paint in his room. Furthermore, this colour induces passion and also creativity. It injects knowledge, sense and spirituality. No doubt, this is an emotive colour option to keep on inspiring sensitivity and compassion in your child.

If you are the parent of a cute baby girl, then the pink paint colour is right for her. This colour shows a strong and intense association with girly spaces. It brings a calming feel all around the room. Moreover, please pair this colour with a neutral background.

Impact of Warm and Cool Colours on your Child Psyche

Both warm and cool colour play their part in impacting and influencing your child psyche. When it comes to warm colours, they usually and generally inspire your child’s happiness and comfort. Such colours make open spaces a more intimate looking one. While selecting warm paint colours, you can have brown and tan and try making your kid’s room a brighter-looking one.

Cool colours bring hospital-like environments in your child room. If you plan to go for lighter cool colours, then they eventually bring a calming effect on your child’s brain. Besides, this colour scheme combination makes your kids’ small room a little bit bigger looking. Experts have advised to layer shades of cream as well.

Feel free to share your children’s room pictures with us and let us know what colour scheme combination you have gone for!

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10 Comments

  • Sarah Stockley

    April 19 at 3:40 pm

    We have gone for quite neutral shades like greys and white and pale blues. I love a bold pop of colour though, so I wouldn’t mind a turquoise or even purple on one wall.

    1. Sabina Green

      May 8 at 11:06 am

      I have noticed grey has been creeping into our house more and more. We will be redecorating all the children’s bedrooms this year, I can’t wait to see what they all decide x

  • Anosa

    April 20 at 12:59 pm

    Never thought about room colours and impact on behaviour, very interesting and I do like the look of the yellow room.

    1. Sabina Green

      May 8 at 11:08 am

      It definitely does make a difference. Have you ever noticed how you instantly feel calmer in certain rooms? I have been in hotels and shops with really garish colours which make me feel instantly stressed out xx

  • Kara Guppy

    April 20 at 3:13 pm

    I really want to decorate the boys room and would love to have the confidence to choose bright colours – I think they would love a blue / yellow room

    1. Sabina Green

      May 8 at 11:08 am

      I used to have a yellow bedroom when I was a child (like primrose yellow) and it always felt so warm, like a big hug. I loved spending time in there x

  • Mudpie Fridays

    April 21 at 5:12 am

    I would never have thought about the impact colours have. Harry has a green room Si from reading the above it sounds like it was a good choice!

    1. Sabina Green

      May 8 at 11:09 am

      I truly believe in the impact of colours, when you are out and about in shops, bars, restaurants and hotel rooms, take note of different colours around you and how they make you feel.

  • Annette, 3 Little Buttons

    April 21 at 10:23 am

    How interesting. I’ve never really thought about this beyond what colour my little one wanted her bedroom to be. Love that thoughts behind having green in a room. It’s certainly does feel like a calming colour to have.

    1. Sabina Green

      May 8 at 11:13 am

      Absolutely, our lounge is a pale pistachio green and even though we have had the same colour in the last two houses I am still not bored of it because it’s such a calming and relaxing colour to sit in x

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