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Bedroom design ideas for teens

Sheila Byers Sheila Byers
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Adolescence is a very important period in the life of every child. At this stage of development, the individual begins to grow and form plans for the future. It is at this age that young people become adults and must learn to make their own decisions. This applies to all areas of life, including choices concerning their environment and rooms. When decorating rooms for adolescents, let teenagers express their individuality and take an active part in the designing the interior.

A room for a teenage boy

This bedroom for a teenager boy has a pronounced male character. Materials in beige and khaki combine organically with photo wallpaper showing a view of the city at night. Fitness equipment installed on the left side of the room shows that the occupant has a space to pursue his hobbies. The modern style is perfect for a teen's room.

Bedroom set

 Nursery/kid's room by 1 TAPIZA S.L.
1 TAPIZA S.L.

Colección Pirata

1 TAPIZA S.L.

This bedroom set is perfect for decorating the room of a teenager who dreams of travel. Children are often inspired by a nautical theme where distant lands beckon and the romance of adventure is clear. If your teen loves books and movies about adventure on the high seas, this furniture may be perfect for his or her bedroom.

For the fashionista

If you have a teenage girl who loves clothes and fashion, it is worth considering her preferences and making sure that her room has full-length mirror and a cabinet large enough to hold enough clothes for a young fashionista. Who knows, you may have a growing future fashion designer or stylist.

A room for students

 Nursery/kid’s room by Whitaker Studio
Whitaker Studio

West London Home by Sybarite Architects

Whitaker Studio

Doing well in school is the most important task of a teenager. The future depends greatly on the kind of success teenagers show in their studies. Therefore, the student’s bedroom should have plenty of space allocated for homework. In addition to a comfortable desk, the room should have bookshelves and, on the wall, the historical world maps or posters showing mathematical formulas or grammar rules.

A nightstand

 Bedroom by &New
&New

Robot Side table

&New

Smaller children are unlikely to need a nightstand, but if your child has entered into adolescence, it's time to equip his or her room with this useful piece of furniture. The nightstand provides a place to keep basic necessities, and its surface can hold books, magazines or a reading lamp. Having a proper place for everything lets teenagers learn from an early age to keep their rooms organized.

Throw pillows

Small throw pillows not only provide a decorative function, but they can also be used as seating for guests. As a rule, teenagers love to go to each other’s homes after school and from time to time to arrange weekend house parties. Cushions also bring notes of warmth and comfort to the atmosphere of the room, which will help the teenager to relax after a busy school day.

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