5 Secrets To Decorate A Teenager’s Bedroom



Decorating a teenager’s bedroom can prove to be a challenging task for you as a parent because the decorating concept of your teenager is assured to be poles apart from yours. The design style is going to be critical, as teenagers treat their bedroom as their sanctuary.

The most vital aspect of decorating your teenager’s room is to know your teenager’s choice and to involve him creatively in the process so that you know the direction to head in. Here is a list of secrets to assist you in the process of decorating your teenager’s room.

1.Try to select a theme for your teenager’s room with their cooperation. Since teenagers are fascinated by real model of real life, you may opt for Barbie’s theme, Hannah Montana theme, sports theme such as swimming, cycling, soccer, baseball, etc or a theme around any hobby such as singing, dancing, painting, etc.

2.The color palette needs to be given additional consideration. Over here you do not have to stick with white or cream walls in order to make the room look bigger. You should choose a color that is lively as well as makes the room look spacious. Sky blue, bold yellow, trendy pink and soothing green are some popular choices. You also have the liberty to play with colors. Painting an opposing wall with a darker shall impart more depth to the room.

3.Storage space is something that should be not compromised at any cost in your teenager’s room as teenagers are known to go on a shopping spree and saturate their wardrobes with accessories, shoes, bags, etc. Instead of a wardrobe, you can incorporate a standing closet or an armoire and easily add extra space. Also create extra storage space through a loft or under bed storage as teenagers also get bored with things very fast.

4.When it comes to selection of furniture, limit yourself to few versatile pieces. They should not be too small as very soon he will head to college, and his needs shall change. A medium sized bed, a side table with drawers, a study desk, and a wardrobe shall do the needful.

5.Avoid adding any formal furniture pieces to the room. Instead stick a poster on one of the walls or back of the door, hang a guitar or wind chimes, and you can even frame some of his pictures and hang them or place them.


Published by in How To, Tips, and Advice, on November 1st, 2010

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