Inspiring Pictures Of Bedrooms For Teenagers
Designing bedrooms for teenagers require compromise. You’ll need to teach your teen how to pick practical items that stick within a budget. Let your teenager choose her own design style so you both have a room you can be happy with. Below are some inspiring pictures that enable you and your teenagers creating a wonderful and funky room for them.
Pictures of Bedrooms for Teenagers
Funky Teen Bedroom
Funky teen bedroom – A travel-chic bedroom suited to teenage tastes – the ice-white base keeps the look totally fresh, while the flashes of hot pink give the scheme a colorful boost.
Refreshing Design – This teen took design cues from her favorite drink bottle to give her bedroom personal style. The teal and raspberry pink hues give traditional pink and blue a grown-up kick. She brings the colors together with the striped accent rug and patterned throw that feature all the colors in the room. The white platform bed brings style and storage space to the small bedroom without distracting from the bold colors. To give the room even more personal style, the hand-painted tree grows into a stylish headboard.
Self-Expression – Kids never grow out of wanting to write on the wall, so let their creative juices flow by painting a section of wall with chalkboard paint. Here, the bold black paint is paired with cool blue lower walls and lime green bedding. White molding and accents help lighten the dark walls while accent pillows bring the color scheme together.
On Tour – This teen is living the dream of being a rock-and-roll queen with her tour bus-inspired bedroom. Silver paint, thin molding, and metal studs give the walls a welded-together look. Lime green and deep brown accents and furniture add warmth to the cool silver throughout the room. The throw pillows bring it all together with a mix of patterns and textures, including faux fur and glass beads.
Tween Dream – Juicy orange rules in this room. But bold as orange is, the room has a sense of calm. The mellowing is due to one happy wall hue and a solid-color rug. The teal shag has attitude and fills another tween desire: a soft hangout on the floor.
Draped in Chiffon
Draped in Chiffon – Lightweight scarves and pieces of chiffon have been sewn together to form a crazy-quilt canopy look for a teen room. The flowing panels can be hung from the ceiling on monofilament line, on rings or hooks, or draped over an existing canopy frame.
Decorating bedrooms for teenagers is an exercise in patience, compromise and careful planning. The room should function both as a study area and a place for your teenager to hang out with his or her friends. It should also reflect your teen’s style without destroying the classic “bones” of the bedroom or furniture. It is still your house, after all. Work with your teen, not against her, to create a room you will both be happy with.