Tuesday September 22, 2020

Interiors: Pink outside the box

When decorating children's rooms, don't be afraid to be innovative

22nd June, 2014
Pysslingar' toy trunk €15 from Ikea.

It's difficult to avoid the stereotypes of blue for a boy and pink for a girl when decorating nurseries or young children's rooms. Add in the fact that most little girls are drawn - either genetically or through brainwashing - into an early devotion to the colour pink, and you quickly understand why pink rules.

Getting the balance right with the decor of a child's bedroom is important because the last thing you want is...

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