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4 ways to use circles in your child’s bedroom

See how simple circles can be used to add a splash of colour and spark creativity


A forest, a pirate ship, even outer space – children can create wonderful worlds to play in out of the simplest of patterns. See how circles can work to stimulate your child’s imagination.
 

Go dotty for circles (Main article image)
 

Looking for something contemporary and cool? Try vibrant circles on a neutral wall. This modern look has Scandinavian appeal, with bursts of colour that really stand out against a neutral, minimalist backdrop.

Which paints?
Bracken Salts 5
Sicilian Summer 2
 

Stargazing with circles

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Shoot for the moon with this quick and easy space-themed kid’s room. Start with a dark blue background and create planets and stars from different sized circles in earthy greys and yellows. It’s a simple way to launch your little astronaut into outer space. 3… 2… 1… Blast off!

Which paints?
Starlit Night 1
Starlit Night 6
Highland Falls 3
Banana Dream 5

For when playtime gets a little messy, our washable and tough Easycare paint with innovative stain repellent technology is the perfect solution.
 

A room in full bloom

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Bring in nature with this fun tree motif for your kid’s room. Large circles can be used to create the tree’s shape and smaller circles for fruit or flowers. It’s an easy, imaginative way to brighten your child’s walls with a splash of colour.

Which paints?
Lime Zest 2
Lime Zest 6
 

Bigger is better

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Short on time? Try painting one large circle to create a fun feature wall. Choose a colour that stands out against the current wall tone and go big! With a few accessories around the room to compliment the shade of the circle, your child’s bedroom will feel like new in no time!

Which paints?
Dusted Moss 2
Royal Regatta 2

 

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