How to decorate the children's room in gray tones? The gray color is often chosen for its neutrality. It's a matte hue. Halfway between white and black, gray is easy to integrate into every style of interior.
Indeed, gray is not a color in the true sense of the term. It is sometimes bland, but always soft and discreet. It can add depth to the room and easily associate with a wide range of colors. In light shades for a natural style or in dark shades for an industrial style, it is up to you to decline the multitude of shades of gray. To help you in your aesthetic research and adding some practical tips, we invite you to discover our gallery of examples of children's room. Be inspired by our ideas folder.
Child's room in shades of gray: 25 decorating ideas
Blue or pink? This is a common question when it comes to the layout of our children's room. In reality, it is only in the 30s that these two colors become sexed. Previously all children, regardless of sex, wore long white dresses until they were six years old. The choice of pink and blue is easy, but sometimes you want to be a little more original in the layout and decoration of the children's room. Which color to choose? The range is wide. If you are not sure in your choice and you want to stay in neutral tones, why not choose the gray (clear, mole Or other) ? Well matched, it will give depth to the room. It can be associated with many shades: yellow, blue, green for a cool atmosphere or pink, red, orange for a more sophisticated atmosphere. Discover our gallery and find the best solution for your little one's room:
Children's room with LEGO inspired decoration
Girl's room with gray walls and bedhead quilted pink
Room with gray walls and elements in blue and orange
White, gray, red
Light gray, light purple and white for a feminine and soft atmosphere
Light gray and dark gray
Geometry and color
Room in white and pink clear