If there’s one place people aren’t afraid to use color it’s the kid’s room. Suddenly, the most bland and beige of them go primary or princess pink. We prefer more creative color palettes for the kiddies, like sky blue accented with earth tones or clear reds and blues tempered with orange and a good dose of gray. If you’ve gotta go pink or purple, be sure it’s with plenty of white, and try adding black as an anchor. Here are a trio of little people places along with palettes created on Colourlovers for this week’s CMYLK.
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