Monday, 19 January 2015

blue in children’s room

blue in children's room

different tones of blue by Benjamin Moore paint


“ Blue is commonly used in the Western hemisphere to symbolise boys, in contrast to pink used for girls. In the early 1900s, blue was the colour for girls, since it had traditionally been the colour of the Virgin Mary in Western Art, while pink was for boys (as it was akin to the colour red, considered a masculine colour) ..." 
more about a history of the colour : BLUE
R toddler bed dark with happy light
different tones of blue in children's room
new Ferm Living Spring/Summer 2015 collection for kids

Are we going to see more blue colour in interior's deco in 2015 ? I hope so! 
I painted my kitchen wall in soft delicate blue color (the one on the first picture)  like 4 years ago. It’s looking very good with industrial steal elements and white kitchen….it’s one of the very unique coloured wall in our house, the rest is grey and white. (except our boys’ room!) 
My favourite addition for blue colour in children’s rooms are tones of grey. It gives blue more contemporary look. Accents of indigo, make a great finish touch. Could you spot the pictures from the Ferm Living new Spring/Summer 2015 collection ? That’s what I’m talking about. What do you think about putting together blue with brown? This colour combination ( on the picture with the moving bed and desk)  is very inspiring and it could be a great combo to use it in a teenager’s room. 
child plying on the beach
 inspiration for home with blue colour photo for vtwonen
moving bed from espace-loggia
nursery in blue colour with crib from oeuf NY
vintage shelf  in an nursery room
blue nursery room with big puf

picture’s links: 23 - 4 - 5 - 7 - 8  - and 3 last nursery photo's from instagram: sonyayu

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