But there's another important aspect to this – the effect it will have on your child's mood. And that's why we're going to list down how different colours can work differently, and how you can make a more informed, intelligent decision. Here is some kids room painting ideas.
A colour used in a lot of restaurants because it is believed to stimulate the appetite, it is a passionate and strong colour. It is also believed that it can increase BP and the heart rate. What this means is that while it is exciting, that excitement could tip over to more aggressive emotions too.
Playing around with the energy of your kid might be something you'd want to be careful about. Our advice is to keep it to an accent wall, because too much would tip the scale too far.
Pink can help cool a child down and calm their emotions, and is supposed to increase in a child one of the defining factors of humanity – our empathy. But because of how bright it is, too much of it can become jarring and an eyesore, so use it sparingly.
A fun and cheerful colour, orange inspires confidence and the kind of vibe a child needs to play in a more social setting. Like both the colours before, this is once again one which you have to use sparingly, so take it as an accent colour.
The colour yellow, studies have shown, has helped children improve their ability to remember, and focus on their tasks. This works brilliantly if the child likes to finish their homework in the room, or even if they practice learning a new skill there. While it's associated with good cheer, it can make it difficult for a child who doesn't fall asleep easily to, well, fall asleep. So you know the drill—use it sparingly.
Finally, a colour we won't ask you to use sparingly. Green has a very soothing effect, not unlike when we look at trees and grass. It works very well for children who are tense.
So there you have it. We hope you've now got a better idea for painting your kid's room.