British designer Morag Myerscough brought her skills where it can change a life when she agreed to make a series of bright and colorful bedrooms for Sheffield Children’s Hospital, as seen in the photos below.
She transformed each patient’s space into an artistic canvas. In an interview with DesignBoom, she mentioned how she “enjoy the most that people enjoy and respond to the places we make and it makes a difference to them. I put a narrative into the building, we make places where people feel they belong.”
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This is not very far from what she did in this particular hospital where this project commissioned by Artfelt brings each room a dazzled palette of yellow, green, pink, and blue hues. She particularly chose paler colors for rooms of children who have conditions like autism. To see the rest of her works, visit her Instagram and Twitter.