Who doesn’t love a little COLOUR CRUSH and I’m having one now with INCY INTERIORS who are giving customers the confidence to ‘Color Outside the Lines’ and create their own personalised piece of furniture that’s very special, just for them!

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Children’s bedrooms have become modern spaces where kids can dream, create and grow. Incy Interiors understands this so are giving you the option to choose a piece of furniture and add your personal rainbow of colour. Choose from over 4,000 colours on the Dulux colour chart to create a mood that’s cool and serene or bright and bold.

Incy Interiors seeks to give parents flexibility and freedom by being able to select a piece of furniture from our range and then reflect personality and style through paint, says Kristy Withers, Incy Interiors Founder and Designer

Incy Interiors

Incy Interiors

Go crazy with colour choices like Dandelion Yellow or Pink Gin to pack a punky punch with paint. Bahama Blue is a gorgeous moody hue or enjoy effortless sophistication in natural tones including Wheat, Sand or Sorbet.

Made from ultra-premium high performance water based ingredients, Dulux colours will stand the test of time and stay vibrant for longer so you don’t have to worry about blistering, flaking or peeling. Colour me happy!

Incy Interiors

Incy Interiors

Incy Interiors

Incy Interiors

Incy Interiors

Incy Interiors

A business born from an appreciation of colour, superior craftsmanship, form and above all functionality, Incy Interiors has been heralded as Australia’s destination for superior design. Specialists in beautiful babies and children’s designer furniture, the company is now in its 4th year; has sold over 8,000 products, stocks to 130 stores across New Zealand, Hong Kong, Singapore and the UAE and has a growing social media following of 112,000 people.

If you liked this article then check out clever storage ideas for kid’s bedrooms, adding a sea of colour to the bedroom, fashionable bedlinen for men’s bedrooms, working with the colour wheel, styling a rental and the ten commandments of colour.

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