Children's Bedrooms Traditional Kids, Sydney
Chic girl's bedroom space. Linen buttoned bedhead with coordinating pink linen valance. French style bedside table, and cotton throw.
Traditional kids' room in Sydney with white walls and carpet for girls. — Houzz
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Joanna Tovia added this to
Childhood slumber. There’s something irresistible about pink and white for a little girl’s bedroom, especially when it’s in a gorgeous dusty shade like this. Here, the bedside lamp adds childlike innocence and fun to the adorable room.
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COLOUR SCHEME Perhaps the most important decision you will make when designing a kid’s room is the colour scheme. Helping you to choose colours is a great way to involve kids in the design process and get them interested in their new room. A fail-safe way to get started is to select a neutral base – white or grey, for instance – then work with one or two accent colours. The easiest way to work out if two colours will work together in a room is to look at other rooms! Browse through Houzz photos and you will soon get the knack for what looks good and what doesn’t.
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Tints of primary coloursWhen white is added to a primary colour, such as red, it effectively removes the depth of the colour but still leaves the hue. White mixed with red produces such colours as baby pink, cherry blossom pink and rose pink, depending on how much white is added. Here, a beautiful soft cherry blossom pink colour (which is a light tint of red achieved by adding a large amount of white) is used on the bedhead and valance sheet to add colour to the room without it appearing overbearing. The pink cushion is a darker shade of the cherry blossom pink. How to decorate with pink