01 of 07
Great Kids' Room Colors Without Compromising Style
Who said that kids' bedroom colors had to look like the aftermath of an explosion at a candy store?
We've got some great bedroom colors for children, many of which allow you hold your head high style-wise while keeping the little tykes happy.
Shown here is a fun, blue kid's bedroom color for boys or any gender.
From Valspar's Eddie Bauer collection, these colors are Stonewashed and Chili.Continue to 2 of 7 below.
02 of 07
Soft Paint Color For Baby or Young Child's Bedroom
This is a soft kids' bedroom color design featuring Valspar's Eddie Bauer Lavender Heather (along with Mist and Oyster). While intended as a girl's or baby's room color, this paint can be used for any room where relaxation and ease are the order of the day.Continue to 3 of 7 below.
03 of 07
Zip and Pow! Energetic Yellow For a Little Kid's Bedroom
As if your children needed another thing to energize them... We've got a vibrant kids' bedroom color scheme sure to add pizazz to the room.
From Dutch Boy, the walls are Crayola Canary. Remaining colors are Granny Smith Apple and Sleepover Sky.Continue to 4 of 7 below.
04 of 07
A Nice Soft Blue Color For a Baby's Room
Here's a kids' room color that can be either for a boy's room or a girl's room.
From Dutch Boy, the wall color is called--amazingly enough--Goodwill To Men and trim is Ultra White.Continue to 5 of 7 below.
05 of 07
"Boy Blue" Bedroom Colors
Don't let the Laura Ashley name fool you. These kids bedroom colors from Valspar's Laura Ashley line (Chambray #3 and #1) are solidly boy colors.Continue to 6 of 7 below.
06 of 07
Stop With the Pink and Blue! How About Orange For a Kid's Room?
Want to get away from the draconian dictates of "Boy's room shall be blue; girl's room pink"? Here you go. This bedroom paint design will work for either a boy's bedroom or a girl's bedroom.
From Benjamin Moore, these colors are Soft Pumpkin for the walls and Golden Honey for trim.Continue to 7 of 7 below.
07 of 07
Gender-Neutral Kids' Bedroom Color
Another kids' bedroom color that can go either direction.
From Benjamin Moore, these colors--Pale Sea Mist and Sand Dollar--are fairly gender-neutral, and will work well after the kids have gone off to college and this room has now become an office, sewing room, or library.