Colours have great power. Depending on their intensity, shade and warmth, they can affect us in different ways; for example orange gives us a sense of confidence and improves our mood, violet has a soothing effect, but also stimulates out-of-the-box thinking and creativity, while green calms us down, has a relaxing effect on our eyesight and helps us relax. If you wonder what colour palette would be the best to surround your little ones with from an early age to harness the beneficial effects of colours, read on!
In the previous article, we learned how important it is to build a bond between parents and child from the very first moments of a toddler's life, and how important the right furniture is in this process. As the child grows older, their needs change and it is no longer just a matter of food, a good night's sleep, a clean nappy and closeness that is important, they also need to be provided with space to play and develop creativity.
Although a person only starts to consciously remember what is happening around them from around the age of 3, the impact of the first few months of life on a child's subsequent development should not be underestimated. It is believed that from birth until around the 18th month a child develops confidence or lack of confidence in their surroundings and caregivers. What to do so that in the future the young person is able to form emotionally healthy relationships?
Each season, trends bring some new elements, but also draw on what was popular several years earlier. Year 2022 in interior design for children will be marked by a combination of the modern with the traditional. Check out these 6 suggestions for adding character to your child's room!