Favour sub­tler colours

Simply Her (Singapore) - - Kids -

• “Vi­brant colours vis­ually ex­cite chil­dren for play­time. But to en­cour­age sleep or study, the space must have a calm­ing ef­fect,” says Mala. The sleep zone should prefer­ably be painted in muted or pas­tel colours; you can in­clude any­thing that re­laxes the child, like fam­ily pho­to­graphs or au­to­mated night lights.

To cre­ate a cheer­ful play area, keep the loud colours to one wall and make sure it doesn’t di­rectly face the bed.

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