ISSUE 80  |  The Summer Bedroom

5 Favorites: Painted Patterns in Children’s Bedrooms

July 08, 2013 8:30 AM

BY Remodelista Team

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The children’s room has the potential to get very chaotic, very quickly. After all it sees some of the highest traffic in the house, the most wear and tear, and likely is full of toys and playthings. Maintaining an appealing design isn’t always easy, unless you’re using a more durable paint to get creative with on the walls. We like these five eclectic children’s bedrooms where painted patterned walls are sure to hold up thanks to a paint like Sico Evolution Interior Paint. Sico’s latest innovation has an unprecedented DurabiliTâ„¢ technology that provides an ulta-washable protective shield for quick clean up. The VOC-free Evolution Interior Paint and Primer are available to Canadian residents at Sico retailers.

Above: Pale aqua stripes in an eclectic boys’ room from Boo and the Boy, photographed by J. Ingerstedt.

Above: Reichel Broussard of Copy Cat Chic designed her daughter’s bedroom using polka dots; a similar design can be recreated with black paint and careful stenciling. Photograph from Copy Cat Chic, spotted first on Apartment Therapy.

Above: Pastel painted diamonds in a kids’ room styled by Emma Persson Lagerberg and photographed by Petra Bindel. See Lagerberg’s own home in our post: Steal This Look: A Mint Green Kitchen from a Scandinavian Stylist.

Above: A yellow striped ceiling in a children’s room designed by family-run firm The Brooklyn Home Company; from the Remodelista Architect/Designer Directory.

Above: A tree is painted in gray on the wall of a nursery at the home of stylist Jantine Vaartjes. Photograph from Steal This Look: Dutch Children’s Bedroom.

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