We have rounded up some really cool ideas to help break the pink and blue stereotype
If there’s one thing we won’t do to our kids is box them in some pigeonhole, including their favourite colour. We will rally just as proudly for the little boy who thinks it’s cool to build sand castles as we will for the girl who wants to dress up like batman for the “Be a Superhero day” in class. Let’s banish the blues for boys and pinks for girls myth with our pick of fun, gender-neutral kiddie room ideas. Not to mention, it’s easier to update them once they outgrow them.
Replace regular shelves with painted boxes, you can even place a blackboard on an easel for those many scribbles as they grow up.
Work the Nordic chic vibe with an all-white room with accents is black .
Maximise natural light in your kids room by opting for an all white colour scheme. You can break the monotony with single coloured, bright accents. You can add buntings for that cutesy touch .
Yellow and grey is also a great combination for a kids room, a fun shaped bean bag could be a great addition to the space.