Kid's SpacesContemporary Kids, Phoenix
John Woodcock Photography
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Look on the bright sideConventional gender-defining pinks and blues have thankfully given way to brighter, more universal palettes. Gick says she likes punchier hues, because the child will be able to grow with the space more easily. Pastels can sometimes appear too childish. She approaches a kids’ room palette by finding a lead item in the room that has several colours to pull from, such as a rug, fabric, artwork or, as seen here, a feature wallpaper.