We really like grey for a kids room. Grey is a timeless, neutral and elegant tone that works so well for girls and boys alike, and it’s also perfect for a shared unisex room.
With a carefully selected shade and complementing decor, grey can really give a room character. Whether you decide to make a statement or give the room a soft finish, grey can accommodate both impressions! Use a pale hue for creating a calm atmosphere, but if you prefer a more dramatic effect, definitely go for a darker shade.
Today we show you a grey, stylish girl’s bedroom created by Anna Kubel for her little daughter. A lesson in good taste! We found her on Instagram and instantly fell in love with her style. Read on for getting inspired and learn how to best use this colour.
Different shades of grey combined with white and soft pink create a dreamy colour palette for the kid’s room. Raw wood and linen fabrics complement the grey perfectly. Anna has created a play corner with a lovely towertent and lots of sweet details: wooden toys and a whimsical print from Sarah and Bendrix, a simple garland, a hook and a cosy rug.
Anna has carefully selected the textiles. The bedding, in plain linen or printed cotton, is absolutely gorgeous! Subtle patterns and soft textures add a serene feeling, and the hanging canopy provides a magical touch to the room.
A painted wardrobe is the main storage piece of the bedroom. It’s so big, perfect for keeping the bedroom tidy. If you have an antique wardrobe, paint it and use it in the kid’s room. This piece will add personality to the room and you can change the colour easily if you ever tire of it.
When designing or decorating a kids room it’s always important to pay attention to small details. Often the little accessories make the difference between a bright and enjoyable bedroom and a beautiful but boring. Anna has selected so many amazing decorations that add warmth and fun to the girl’s room: handmade toys, some beautiful and fun lamps, a cloud cushion… We love everything about this room!