The 8 Best Painting Ideas For Kids' Room

When it comes to designing a child's room, the choice of wall colours is a critical step. These colours can have a profound impact on the atmosphere and overall feel of the space. At Muba Bespoke we have over 18 premium colours and the choice is very difficult, but we believe there are 8 colours that are the best for decorating kids rooms.

But how can you select the right colours that will complement your children's furniture and create a welcoming and stimulating environment? Let us guide you.

The Versatility of Colours at Muba

At Muba, we understand that parents want to create a special space for their children. That's why we offer a wide range of exclusive colours that can be perfectly matched with our children's furniture.

Our palette ranges from soft, soothing tones to vibrant, playful colours. By giving parents and decorators the freedom to choose from a variety of colours, we create the opportunity to design unique and personalised rooms.

Neutral Colours for a Blank Canvas

Neutral colours, such as white, beige and light grey, are popular choices for children's rooms. The versatility of these colours allows parents to decorate with flexibility, as they serve as blank canvases for creativity.

What's more, they are a very good option to use if the room is small because they enlarge spaces. Combine them perfectly with our children's furniture, such as a trundle bed in "Caribbean Blue", chairs in "Lemon Pie" or a chest of drawers in "Sand", to create a harmonious and balanced environment.

Pastel Colours

If you're designing a room for a child who is entering youth, our youth study tables or desks are ideal choices. You can combine them with soft wall colours, such as "Palm Green" (similar to mint green), to create a calm and cosy atmosphere that promotes sweet dreams.

Vibrant Colours to Add Personality

Vibrant colours can liven up a room and reflect a child's personality. Vibrant colours" are more intense colours that are used in decoration to highlight or emphasise certain areas or elements. These colours are used strategically.

We are often hesitant to place them on the walls, which is why we believe that since organisation is key in children's rooms, using shelving and storage systems with touches of vibrant colours is an excellent option.

For example, a bunk bed in "Lemon Pie" or shelving in "Coral" or chairs in blue with a wall painted in a matching shade will create a beautiful contrast and allow the furniture to take centre stage.

Themed Colours to Stimulate the Imagination

For those who want to take creativity a step further, the choice of colours can be thematic. If you are designing a themed room for your child, such as a space themed room, a dark blue similar to "Malibu Blue" could be perfect.

On the other hand, if you are thinking of animals or nature in a child's bedroom, our Safari colour is guaranteed to be successful for years to come! A child will become an adventurous teenager and, with it, the harmony of the room will grow. In the attached image you can see our train bunk bed with extra storage on the stairs and under the bed.

The 8 Best Colors for Kids' Rooms

  • Paint the girls' room pink: Sweetness and Affection

Pink is a sweet and delicate shade that evokes feelings of calm and relaxation, and encourages affection. Combine it with our "Sand" furniture and girls will love it for its tenderness and gentleness.

  • A children's bedroom in Palm Green: An Oasis of Calm

Green, a neutral and balanced shade, is the perfect ally to counteract the energy of active children. This colour has a positive influence on the nervous system, offering a sense of calm and providing balance in the room. It is like an oasis of tranquillity that invites harmony.

  • Blue Bedroom Walls: Serenity on Walls

Blue is another colour that conveys serenity and peace, which makes it an ideal choice for the walls of a child's bedroom. It promotes sleep, reduces stress and creates an atmosphere that invites tranquillity. Adding a touch of our Ocean colour to bookshelves, bedside tables or beds transforms the room into a space of rest and harmony.

  • Decorating in Violet: Stimulating and Fun

Violet is a colour full of vitality that stimulates the creativity of young children and encourages them to venture into the world of imagination. As well as being a cheerful colour that conveys happiness and fun, purple lends itself to combination with lighter shades of itself or with other complementary colours. For Halloween we present a room in this shade of colour that we think is beautiful. It is like a brushstroke of energy and joy in the room.

  • Yellow Bedrooms: Optimism and Vitality

Shades of yellow stimulate children's vitality, encourage positive and optimistic attitudes and keep them active. The combination of yellow with Muba shelves helps to stimulate intellectual activity in children who find learning challenging or who tire quickly. It's like a ray of sunshine that brightens up the room and lifts the mood.

  • Kids' Room with white walls: Simplicity and Elegance

The simplicity of white creates a feeling of spaciousness and promotes harmony in the room. This colour brings a touch of elegance and sophistication, as well as facilitating organisation by helping children learn to tidy up their toys. It stimulates intellectual activity and encourages imagination, turning the room into a blank canvas for creativity.

  • Dark or beige tones for the walls of a children's room: Elegance and spaciousness.

Darker shades create a cosy atmosphere that makes artificial light illuminate in a warm and welcoming way. When combined with stone-coloured units or stairs with drawers, they create a sense of elegance. And when combined with white tones, you can create a spacious environment that is perfect for our little explorers.

  • Children's room in red: Energy and Attention

Red is a colour that injects energy and vitality, capturing attention immediately. If your children are hyperactive or you need an atmosphere of concentration, it is best to avoid this shade on the walls.

Final Considerations

1- Collaborate with your child: Involve your child in choosing colours and furniture. Ask them what colours they like and what they want their space to look like.

2- Lighting: Remember that lighting can affect how colours are perceived. Consider natural and artificial light when making your decision.

3- Versatile Furniture: Our versatile children's furniture adapts to a wide range of wall colours, giving you the freedom to change the décor whenever you want without having to replace furniture.

4- Create a Special Space: By combining wall colours and furniture, you are creating a special space where your child can grow, learn and dream.

Choosing the right wall colours for your child's room and matching them with our kids furniture is an exciting opportunity to create a unique and welcoming environment.

At Muba, we are here to give you the inspiration and flexibility you need to design a room that suits your child's personality and your practical needs. Contact us and explore the possibilities and start designing a children's room that is truly special for children!