It is known that the char­ac­ter and tone of the inte­ri­or are set by the right wall­pa­per. The mood and emo­tion­al state of your child direct­ly depends on the appro­pri­ate col­or of the wall­pa­per. The chil­dren’s room is a place where he learns the world around him, plays, and rests. All these fac­tors should be tak­en into account when design­ing a chil­dren’s room.

Change of scenery: color in the nursery

Each age has its own col­or pref­er­ences. A nurs­ery for a child is a per­son­al space, its own world. The scenery will change as your baby grows.

  • In the first years of life, from birth to two years old, a cheer­ful col­or palette is great for babies. Every­thing unusu­al, large and bright attracts the child. He stud­ies the world around him. But you should not glue such wall­pa­per at the crib. It is prefer­able to glue dis­creet draw­ings and pas­tel shades in this part. So the baby will eas­i­ly fall asleep and will not be afraid after wak­ing up.
  • Kids from two to four years old like green, yel­low, blue col­ors. The nat­ur­al col­or palette fills the space with har­mo­ny.
  • Chil­dren from four to six years old become espe­cial­ly active, uncon­trol­lable. To bal­ance their ener­gy, choose a more restrained, dis­creet col­or scheme. Refuse for a while from the orange and red col­ors of the wall­pa­per. Also avoid dark blue, gray and dark green wall­pa­pers. These are too seri­ous col­ors for chil­dren, they will not bring them joy.
  • For a child over the age of six, choose a cheer­ful wall­pa­per. They can be juicy, bright, inter­est­ing, but avoid draw­ings and pat­terns. Oth­er­wise, com­plex images will dis­tract him. Var­i­ous com­bi­na­tions are pos­si­ble here, since the baby is no longer inter­est­ed in one col­or.

The theme of the drawings: flowers, birds, animals, geometry

Draw­ings also play an impor­tant role, so it is impor­tant to choose them cor­rect­ly. Here are some tips to help you with this:

  • For chil­dren under two years old, large, bright draw­ings are allowed.
  • Kids from two to four years old can choose wall­pa­pers with car­toon char­ac­ters, favorite ani­mals. The main thing is that the draw­ing should not be too col­or­ful. And yet psy­chol­o­gists do not rec­om­mend choos­ing pic­tures of ani­mals and oth­er images larg­er than the growth of the baby. Oth­er­wise, such a neigh­bor­hood will fright­en and oppress him.
  • Chil­dren from four to six years old make wall­pa­per par­tic­i­pants in an excit­ing process. Name­ly: they use walls for art. Two-lev­el wall­pa­pers will help out, where the upper part will be for beau­ty, and the low­er part will become a place for cre­ativ­i­ty. Now there are wall­pa­per-col­or­ing or with con­tours for draw­ing.
  • Wall­pa­per with a ver­ti­cal stripe is con­sid­ered the best solu­tion for chil­dren from six years old. Such wall­pa­pers will dec­o­rate the space and help the child to con­cen­trate after active games.

For boys and girls

From 9 to 11 years old, the peri­od of grow­ing up begins. At this age, col­or pref­er­ences are formed. They are clear­ly dif­fer­ent in boys and girls. Usu­al­ly girls like pas­tel shades and pink col­ors. Boys choose the col­ors of the sea — they feel com­fort­able if the wall­pa­per is green, pur­ple or blue. At this age, you can give them the right to choose for them­selves. Although the joint choice of wall­pa­per is wel­come for any age. After all, chil­dren are small indi­vid­u­als.

To new discoveries: wallpaper combination

So that the child does not over­work, is in a good mood and tone, strives to fan­ta­size and devel­op log­i­cal think­ing, use com­bined wall­pa­per options. This way it becomes pos­si­ble to dec­o­rate the room in such a way as to bring col­or, bright­ness, dynam­ics and tran­quil­i­ty at the same time. Paste one of the walls with an active col­or, and let the oth­er walls be dis­creet, back­ground. Or make a geo­met­ric com­bi­na­tion: com­bine squares, pol­ka dots, a cage and a strip in one room. Do not choose earth­en and dark brown wall­pa­per for the chil­dren’s room. The main rule when choos­ing wall­pa­per is that the room should not be bor­ing and too cold.

Furniture and wallpaper

The place at the table where the child learns to write, read, draw, it is desir­able to paste over wall­pa­per with green shades. This will help reduce eye fatigue. Also, such a col­or scheme increas­es intel­li­gence. A blue-blue wall by the bed or in the form of clouds will help you quick­ly relax, calm down and tune in to rest. If you choose fur­ni­ture with bright col­ors, then let the col­or of the wall­pa­per be in tone, with­out addi­tion­al draw­ings.