Last time, we talked about children's bedrooms with a blue and red colour scheme. Shall we take a look in a little more detail at how to pull this look together for your own little poppets, by taking a step by step approach to this gorgeous children's bedroom in Bazeley House?
In order to allow the room to grow with the child, I'd advise choosing a fairly neutral background. We chose to use Farrow and Ball Pale Powder (more on that shortly!), a perfect, chalkily soft Robin's Egg shade, but for the look featured here, try Farrow and Ball Lime White.
Once the bare bones are established, it's time to build layers of your dominant colour, in Bazeley House, they've chosen blue, so we see that bright seaside blue in the duvets, throws, the clock, artwork and accessories.
From there, it's time for step 3: add smaller splashes of your secondary colour, red.
Finish with a final flourish of quirky extras to add your own special twist that's unique to you and your children. Time to arrange your kiddiewinks' favourite toys, or first pair of shoes....have fun and don't forget to let me know how you get on!
Images via 1st Option