Decorating a bedroom for a teenager or with their help can cause a lot of tension. There’s a balance at play between giving them the freedom to decorate a room that expresses who they are, while also ensuring the rest of the home remains cohesive.
The perfect teen bedroom considers all of the versatile ways teens use their space: to spread out and get homework done, hang out with friends, lounge around, and of course, to sleep.
We present you some examples of exciting combinations with all accessories, and we want to help you to make perfect comfortable kingdom for your teen. Those colorful teen rooms are pretty cool idea for decorating your teen room in a modern way.
COME UP WITH SUBTLE THEME
Like throwing a fun party, decorating a room can feel a lot easier when you have a theme guiding you. And there are plenty of ways to do this without making it feel cheesy. In this room, it emphasizes your teen’s love for coast guarding.
POPS OF COLOR
Though everything in this room looks thoughtfully curated and would work well in an adult bedroom on its own, together, it all looks youthful and playful. This is thanks to the pops of color that punctuate the classic bedframe and stylish accent chair.
A loft bed is a simple way to double your teenager’s personal space, and what teenager couldn’t use a little more of that! By getting the bed up and out of the way, this built in bunk leaves room for a dedicated work area without sacrificing any additional square footage.
Messy bedrooms seem to be a teenager’s rite of passage. Smart storage options are one feature they probably didn’t think of, but will totally appreciate.
INVEST IN A TIMELESS PIECES
If you invest in timeless pieces, it’s easy to repurpose them again and again, breathing new life and personality into them each time. To make it feel age-appropriate, swap out accent pieces and bedding.
WORK SPACE TO BOOST PRODUCTIVITY
Now here’s a semi-minimalist bedroom that still has plenty of character. A personal work space will make them feel so much more independent (and hopefully boost productivity).
Add whimsical elements that let a teen’s creativity soar, like this chalkboard accent wall, classic bulb and dresser, and also patterned and themed pillows. Fly away with hot air balloons!
Not all teenagers love bright colors, posters, and patterns. If they want to add in more color or decor later, that’s always an option; it’s best to start with a solid base they can build upon.
Teens love spending time in their rooms because they feel safe and comfortable. This is especially true for a teenage girl’s room. They’re naturally drawn to feel-good fabrics, cute designs, and soft textures.
With a heavy school load and an even busier social schedule, teens have a lot on their plate. Creating a safe, stress-free haven where your teenage son or daughter can knock out their to-do list and spend time with their friends is a great way to help keep them on track, but designing a space that is both practical and stylish can be harder than it looks. Hopefully, these teen approved ideas will help you with a little inspiration.