It's Important To Choose The Right Colours For The Baby Nursery. Mixing And Matching Correctly Is The Way To Go

Family & Kids

November 20, 2017 18:55 By Mambee

When it comes to painting your baby nursery, a lot of parents have found themselves stumped on how to choose the right colours. Of course, you want something calm and soothing for your child but you also want the room to be aesthetically pleasing. Luckily, to get the right and effective combination, you only have to keep a few things in mind.

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Studies have shown that colours have a direct effect on a person's mood, productivity, behaviour and even overall health. While there are no confirmed scientific conclusions into how colours affect your baby, there is still some research out there that proves that carefully picking the colour of the baby's nursery will impact his/her health positively. These studies have also shown that certain colours affect sleep habits, memory power and academic development. Any parent will want to know the right way to improve these three areas when it comes to their growing child.

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According to experts, the first colours a baby can see when he/she is born are white, black and grey. However, painting the nursery red should be avoided in the first couple of years of your child's life because, as soon as his observation of colours begins to increase, this is the first colour he sees. A room painted completely in red can be confusing.

Another way to add bring some personality into your baby's space is to draw a mural. It does not have to be complicated or fancy. You just have to create simple colours in shapes of animals, trees and so on, depending on what you want. And again, this is a great way to take advantage of the many colour-options and choose the right one for the baby's nursery.

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In this video below, you will learn the importance of mixing warm tones with cooler ones in ways that you have all the benefits and none of the drawbacks. You want to create the right blend of colours that your developing child needs.

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