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Bedroom ideas for picky kids

“How can I find a colour scheme my kids won’t grow out of straight away?” Children change their tastes almost as often as their shoe size, so it’s a good idea to choose a versatile palette that will grow with them when you move to a new house. These tried-and-tested colour schemes will appeal to your in-betweeners without ever growing old.   1) Yellow and grey Bold yellows and greys can pack a real punch, making them a great choice for teenagers who want to express themselves. Go for softer tones, though, and they’ll work just as well for a soothing, gender-neutral nursery scheme.     2) Perfect pastels Pastels never go out of style and give a calming feel that’s just right for a bedroom. Combine them carefully and they can work equally well for boys and girls. Soft blues have a delicate, feminine feel when teamed with white, while pale pinks work well as accents against masculine blues or greys.   3) Fresh greens Green is an invigorating choice which, again, works just as well for girls as it does for boys. Better still, green aids concentration, making it a brain-boosting choice for kids doing their homework in their bedrooms. Stick to pale, relaxing tones for the main walls with brighter green accents for a pop of energy.

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