Sunnyside StreetContemporary Kids, Sydney
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YellowThe usual approach in a child’s bedroom is to add loads of colour with bright bedding, rugs and curtains … or if they’re really lucky, a feature wall. A painted ceiling means the room is still bright and cheery but you don’t have to go overboard with colour in the soft furnishings. A yellow with a hint of green in it will add an edge of sophistication to any room – just what a child’s room needs if it’s going to stand the test of time.COLOUR TO TRY: Taubmans ‘Cubanelle’
Ceiling workIf a ceiling rose and fancy cornices would look out of place at your house, work with what you have but style it up with a bold splash of paint – the more surprising the shade, the better.
Storage is child’s playUpholstered ottomans are the ultimate storage solution for the kids’ bedrooms. You can inject colour or pattern easily, the lid lifts up and toys can quickly be stored, and it triples as a comfy seat for the kids as well. Have it resting next to a little table and it’s the perfect craft or tea party set-up.