Loz and Tom went for a simple room with lots of fun, bright elements
The castle they made from the Kids Bed challenge has been turned into a funky wall piece
Blue and red drawers add a pop of colour and also tie into their 2nd bedroom from last week
The red polka dot rug ties into the light fitting shade chosen
The kids are actually encouraged to draw on the walls in this room! A great way to get the urge out of their system!
Light fittings have been added behind the castle to really bring it to life
A bat pillow adds to the haunted castle theme
Yellow complements the primary coloured tone of the room
Cushions in the rooms colours can be used on the bed or the floor
Making the most of their wardrobe
Storage doesn’t need to be boring. Play hide and seek with the kids’ knick-knacks in spaces painted with pops of primary colours – try a vivid red like Dulux K Road and buoyant blue like Dulux Lake Tekapo - to liven up a fuss-free white like Dulux Cardrona.