Back to School with Primary Colors

Back to school paint colors

Back to school paint colors

 The start of a new school year is the perfect opportunity to refresh your scholar’s bedroom, study area or playroom. Here are a few easy ideas when decorating with primary colors — this palette reveals exciting combinations sure to please the pickiest children of any age.

Primary colors from Hirshfield's

Child's room painted white

Use a base of Barely White for a grown-up feel and add pops of color with Peeps and Dancing Sea. This gender-neutral scheme can develop as your child grows, and with the neutral Barely White they can add their own style stamp to their room.

Back to school paint colors from Hirshfield's

Let them help decorate using using colored furniture and lively Etsy prints to reflect their own personality. Don’t forget storage — make it fun (and easier) for your child to keep their room organized and clean with colorful storage options.

Child's room

Create an exciting study space with the vibrancy of Peeps. This strong yellow is perfect for a colorful and bold feature wall and will brighten up any room.  Combine this with the neutral shades of Midnight Mist and Barely White to balance the bright yellow and to create a sense of increased space and light. Another fun option is painting your walls Barely White and taking the primary color to the fifth wall — your ceiling!

Hockey Headboard and red peg board Hirshfield's Siren 1117

The design team at Bachman’s Ideas House made a colorful statement with a band of painted pegboard wrapped around the room. Pegboard gives you options for storage, organization, a backdrop for displaying artwork, and even a coatrack.

Primary colors from Hirshfield's

Your child’s room should be as happy and joyful as their personality. This versatile palette offers a wealth of playful ideas to give a fresh look to your child’s room and a special start to a new school year.

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