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Giveaway : 3 Winners can each have a stunning art print!

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                       Congratulations to Fleur Horsley, Elisha Ross & Janine Maria Gardiner

I change my kids gallery wall in their room as often as I buy them new school shoes and lets just say they are not easy on their shoes :)

For me I like colours to compliment, quotes to inspire and images to have them smiling. Sprout and Sparrow deliver





Together in a cross promotion with Babs from Patchwork Cactus , we have 3 A3 prints up for grabs for 3 lucky winners. 




All you need to do to enter is tell us in 25 words or less;

What is your favourite colour scheme for a kids bedroom? 

Then follow the prompts in the Rafflecopter widget below to be in with a chance to win.

Competition is open now and closes Sunday 15/2/15 at 11.59pm AEST

85 comments

  1. I adore pink + gold; and I plan to create a beautiful nursery for Scarlett once she has her own room.

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  2. I am loving a mix of pink, gold and mint at the moment!

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  3. My little boy's room is a mix of grey and blue! Love it! :)

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  4. Blues decorated with fire trucks & teddy bears

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  5. Navy, grey and white - because it can be accented with different colours to suit boy or girl.

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  6. I love purple, pink and silver!

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  7. Not really a colout scheme as such, but lots of fun things, art and every colour!

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  8. My son's room is greys and white, with pops of teal and yellow. My daughter's is a work in progress, but working for greys, white, teal and pink.

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  9. My girl like pink
    but I think
    It's very bright
    Not quite right
    So we went with off white
    With pink accessories perfect sight

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  10. Pastel pinks, yellow's and blues
    Are my favourite hues
    a colour scheme that's trendy and chic
    And doesn't make my kids bedrooms bleak!

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  11. I love a natural colour scheme with cream, green and brown earth tones

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  12. I'm liking shades of grey mixed and matched with teal and pop splashes of neon keylime-yellow

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  13. Grey and yellow. No stereotyping here!

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  14. Orange, yellow and brown. Lovely warm autumn colours that are also gender neutral!

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  15. PASTEL nursery rhyme themes, they
    reflect timeless tales and you can even improvise and make up your own using
    the nursery as a giant prop!

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  16. We love colour - lots of it! Bedrooms are meant to be fun and a place our boys can go to, to think, to create and to sleep peacefully with 'their' things.

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  17. Black and white with a pop of the latest trend color.

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  18. I am loving black, white & mint! I have just started doing up my toddlers room and these prints would complement it perfectly! I even have black triangles on the wall!

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  19. Right now I am beyond in love with soft mint green and gold...particularly a wall painted in the soft mint colour with gold foil spots on the wall and matching bed linen. Perfect for a little boy or a girl. Sigh. Love.

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  20. Mint and Navy I love for its freshness but classic tones

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  21. I love yellow! Its so bright and fun and children can wake up in the morning feeling happy and refreshed

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  22. Light and dark greys as I use the accessories to add pops of colour to change the look of the room.

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  23. Yellow! Bright Yellow it seems to go with anyone and anything perfect and cherry just like children!

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  24. I LOVE aqua and hot pink together for a girls room! :-)

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  25. I love light pink, mint green and white together- which is exactly the colours we used for our little girl's room.

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  26. I love white, grey and a pop of aqua!

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  27. Black & white with pops of neon, dinosaurs & superheros! (They're totally colours)

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  28. pale grey walls with pops of gelato toned colours

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  29. Looooove grey, white & yellow. Am due in a month and have yet to decorate- but will be using these colours!! Love pastels too!

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  30. Decorating the nursery in greys whites and natural wood with a hint of pastel pink,purple and yellow

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  31. I really like the pop of colors in a room. Especially yellow and pink at the moment and a lime green for the boys

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  32. Natural light woods, shades of white, powder blues, golds, pastel pink and lemon, washed aqua and bright versions of each colour as a pop!

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  33. Neutral walls, white furniture and pops of ocean colours for my girls (aqua blues and greens with a smattering of frangipani pink). For the boys pops of steel blue, and deep cherry red.

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  34. For a girl, I love pale pink, mint green and hints of gold

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  35. Crisp white walls accessorised with soft aqua, hints of pink, pops of bright yellow. All blended with some grey tones

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  36. Shades of purple will enhance the serenity of Miss 4's bedroom. Thankyou.

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  37. Grey and green - depending on the shades it can be used for both boys and girls and younger and older children.

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  38. Just found out we're having a GIRL - Can't wait to decorate her nursery in shades of purple and yellow. A winter baby needs happy colours!

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  39. Now that I have a little boy (after 2 girls), navy, grey and white with a few pops of red is my fav scheme.

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  40. My little man has teal and grey chevron stripe! That's great for boy or girl nursery!

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  41. I am redoing Miss 5's room with a black and white theme - we can add pops of any colour we like and everyone is happy.

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  42. this print would jazz up my extremely bald walls in my doh

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  43. Sky blue is my favourite colour because I love sea and sky. It is fun and simple wall picture but it has great wisdom.

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  44. My favourite kids room is painted with the sky, and Dr Seuss characters strangely walking by!

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  45. Favourite colour theme for my Son is black, white yellow and grey. timeless and edgy that will suit a newborn through to cheeky school kid

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  46. A beautiful soft sage green with tangerine for a pop of colour. Makes you smile as soon as you enter the room.

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  47. Definitely a crisp white with a light Grey and a hint of mint is the colour scheme im loving at the moment.

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  48. For my 2 little grandsons, black and white makes for some wonderful designs. Cant wait to do their new bedroom in spots, stripes and triangles..

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  49. Any colour the kids choose. They get to choose every two years. We've had a solar system with dark blue walls and stars on the ceiling, an orange room with white stencilled daisies everywhere. Anything goes. Me, I like white with soft blues.

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  50. Mint green and gold for our daughters room. The gold sparkles like she does and mint will also be suitable for a boy!

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  51. My Wild Things' bedroom is a funky combination of brights(yellow, fuchsia and orange) on a white ground,with turquoise boho painted furniture. Global but minimal.

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  52. Black and white it must be
    Great for them, perfect for me
    Splash of colour makes it pop
    Funky and stylish for my little lot!

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  53. Aqua, hot pink, apple green, sunshine yellow, shiny silver...all the colours!

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  54. Something neutral and not gender specific. So really pale blue, green, yellow, orange, red etc

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  55. At the moment my children and I like aqua, so fresh, calm, chic, bright, especially alongside white furniture.

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  56. I love fresh and fun colours to inspire a magical childhood!

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  57. Black and white for my little boy. with a splash of yellow :)

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  58. I love Black/Grey/White tones with bright red for colour.

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  59. One feature coloured wall with the rest being white, then you can assessories with mix match of different colours.

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  60. There's nothing better than a rainbow to lift you up and light your way in life.

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  61. I do like a touch of modern Styling with pop of Bright colours. My daughter has chose What and Black with pops of Bright Bold Colours.

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  62. Love the monochrome look with a touch of orange for my 12 old son's room...the look will grow with him & quotes inspire him.

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  63. I love black and white. The accessories can be changed to add pops of colour or to make it more age appropriate.

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  64. I love pastels, as it's very important for a bedroom to be calming. My youngest has pastle green with greys and blue.

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  65. I like pastels for the bedroom as I feel it's very important for the room to be calming

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  66. I love LOVE Neon at the moment, perfect for the bedrooms

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  67. I adore strong brights for kids bedrooms, suitable and adaptable for boys or girls. Currently working with a bright teal/turquoise that features orange/purple/yellow tones.

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  68. I love a monotone pallet with a pop of colour - that way it can change with the season!

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  69. French navy and red with a pop of metallic if boy's room bliss.

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  70. Sweet Pinks and Minty Greens are my favourite combinations for little girls

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  71. Rainbow colours, I had a rainbow painted on my wall as a kid and all the cupboards and drawers were all different bright colours, loved it so much!

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  72. I like the walls to be a muted tone of greyish tinges. Something like Beige Chalk. This makes them not stark and very neutral so the colours of the furnishings can be almost anything. I want the child's bedroom to be relatively calm and soothing, after all, it is where sleep is supposed to take place. I like there to be greens and yellows in the room, nothing too dark but not so bright it hurts the eye. Soft furnishings can be altered as the child grows, and the walls can stay the same. This saves money and effort in the long term.

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  73. Black and white with pops of colour

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  74. I love royal blue, fire engine red and crisp white for my son's bedroom. Bold, fun and a classic look for boys!

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  75. Love a bold feature wall that a child might have a say in (if they are old enough)...with natural tones on the other walls.

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  76. Love a mixture of green, yellow and a bit of brown, so they have the outdoors even when they're indoors.

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  77. A neutral background with pops of colour that you can change and add too as your child grows and they can too!

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  78. Blue so soothing, calming and tranquil.

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