Modern Kids Collection – Room to Grow Pinterest Promotion

As part of our Room to Grow contest on Pinterest, we have created a curated palette of 16 bright and lively hues that coordinate with modern kids room furniture from Room & Board. This simplified palette makes it easy to choose harmonious, yet playful hues for your little one’s room that reflect their unique, creative spirit.

By entering the contest, you have the chance to win a complete kid’s room makeover- paint from YOLO Colorhouse, furniture from Room & Board AND a year’s worth of snacks from Annie’s Homegrownso get pinning!

See how to use the colors from the Modern Kids Collection to make your child’s room full of personality and FUN!

Nothing says cheerful like yellow! ASPIRE .02 will make your child happy to hang out in her room, without keeping her awake at night.


Fresh and playful, green hues like PETAL .02 bring a brightness to any child’s space. You can turn down the intensity of this color by grounding it with warm neutrals, like tans and charcoals, in bedding and furniture.


Don’t be afraid of primary colors…in small doses! Accent walls and the back of book shelves are good way to keep these saturated colors confined so that they don’t become overwhelming.


Using neutrals like NOURISH .03 in a nursery creates a calm sophistication. Use pops of color in fabric and furniture to introduce some whimsy.


Zzzzzzz……soft blues like DREAM .03 promote restfulness and sweet dreams.


Warm whites like IMAGINE .02 create a crisp, clean look in a child’s room, without being too stark.


Pink walls don’t have to look like bubblegum. Your little girl’s room can feel grown up when you pair SPROUT .06 with modern furnishings and textiles.


See all of the YOLO Colorhouse hues in architecture here: http://www.yolocolorhouse.com/color/explore-color/

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