50 Teenage Boys Room Designs We Love

For a teenage boy, his bedroom is like a refuge, a private space where he can go whenever he wants to be alone, where he can pretty much anything he wants and where he can feel free to add his own touch to the interior décor.

Since this space will serve as his bedroom, his office, and as a social area where he’ll receive his friends and spend time with them, a teenage boy’s room décor needs to be flexible and multifunctional.

Things To Consider When Designing A Room For A Teenage Boy

There are no rules when it comes to decorating a teenage boy’s bedroom. But there are a few things that should be taken into consideration. For example, the design and décor should focus on functionality while also being approved by your teenager so he won’t be embarrassed to show his room to guests when they come by.

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Football-inspired teenage boy’s room with a combo of vintage and modern details

This means that you should try to find, or come up with. clever and space-saving storage solutions, that are fun, and still considered cool, by your son. Depending on how clean or messy your child is, this will dictate whether you go with an open storage solution versus something that you can close in order to hide the mess which will inevitably accumulate.

Storage ideas

Furniture with built-in storage, or a lofted bed, can help save space in even the smallest of rooms. And if your teenager is sharing the room, this can be a great way to give both their own space with limited room to work with. You can also go the completely opposite direction and invest in minimalistic furniture that will leave the room feeling naturally spacious. Just make sure you stay away from anything that is too young looking to be enjoyed by your teenager, whose interests are probably changing.

Happy Colors

And this brings up the final thing to consider when designing a room for your teenage boy, the colors you use and his interests. Chances are, he is no longer happy with baby blue walls and a toy train décor theme. Consult with your teenager to find out what his interests are, and try to incorporate these into the bedroom. Because the teenage years are often tumultuous, try to add interests and colors in small touches which can be changed as your teenager grows. 

Theme decor

It could be useful to select a theme for the décor. It could be something related to movies or music or it can simply be a combination of all the favorite elements your teenage boy wants to incorporate in the décor. As for the chromatic palette, there are lots and lots of options. Most often, blue is a color that’s always present. The same goes for black or green accents but this is a detail that has to do with the personal preferences. If you want some suggestions, maybe it would help to take a look at these examples.

The Best Bedroom Designs Your Teenage Boy Will Love

1. Find Ways To Save Space

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A shared teenage boys’ bedroom with bunk beds and colorful carpet

2. Have Plenty Of Storage Available

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Traditional bedroom retreat with red and blue accents and plenty of storage

3. Keep It Simple With Open Shelving

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Bright, contemporary bedroom with pale green walls and suspended shelf storage

4. Consider A Minimalist Approach

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Contemporary teenage boy’s bedroom featuring a bright color palette and minimalist furniture

5. Go For A Classy Color Scheme

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Sleek black and white bedroom with a mobile bed and an overall contemporary décor

6. Use Contrasting Textures

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Intimate teenage boy’s bedroom with a dark color palette and contrasting textures

7. Bunk Beds Can Be A Cool Addition

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Eclectic bedroom interior with bunk beds, contemporary furniture, and blue accents throughout

8. Create Cubby Hole Storage

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Spacious black and white teenager’s bedroom featuring clever wall storage systems

9. Repurpose The Attic So They Can Have Their Own Space

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A teenager’s attic bedroom featuring grey and beige accents

10. Bright Colors Can Be Incorporated Too!

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Small but cheerful teenage boy’s bedroom with bright orange accent details

11. Make It Modern

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Shared attic bedroom with an overall simple, bright and modern interior décor

12. Decorate With The Help Of Their Favorite Team

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A traditional boy’s bedroom with contrasting black and yellow décor details

13. Put In A Pull-Out Bed For Guests!

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Minimalist bedroom with a black and grey décor and a space-saving pull-out bed

14. Transform Their Room Into A Gym

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Contemporary teenage boy’s bedroom featuring a climbing wall and sports theme décor

15. Incorporate Calming Colors

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Very simple and tranquil bedroom interior with functional wall storage system

16. Mix Bold And Calming Colors

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Colorful boy’s bedroom with white, orange, and blue accents

17. Put Cabinets Above The Bed

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Functional and inviting bedroom with a clever space-saving interior design

18. Add Extra Shelving

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Very airy boy’s bedroom with lots of open shelves on all the walls

19. Use What Is Already Available As Storage

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Small boy’s bedroom with a contemporary design and built-in storage

20. Construct A Sleeping Nook

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Space-efficient boy’s bedroom with sleeping nook and under-bed storage

21. Built In Desks Rock!

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Chic boy’s bedroom with bunk bed and built-in desk and reading nook

22. Instill A Vintage Vibe

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Football-inspired teenage boy’s room with a combo of vintage and modern details

23. Embrace Open Design

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Spacious open bedroom with wall storage and a minimalist décor

24. Design The Room Around Their Favorite Music

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A music-inspired boy’s bedroom featuring rustic and vintage décor details

25. Nautical Themes Are Cool At Any Age

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Nautical-inspired boy’s bedroom with red and blue accents and striped wallpaper

26. Easy Patriotic Theme

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A shared boys’ bedroom with a traditional interior design and a blue chromatic palette

27. Fun, But Minimal Decor

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Very simple and airy boy’s bedroom with minimalist furniture and fun decorations

28. Don’t Crowd The Space

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A modern and spacious teenager’s bedroom with minimalist décor details and a simple color palette

29. History Can Be A Nice Neutral Theme

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A vintage boy’s bedroom with chic decorations and an overall cozy and inviting décor

30. Explore Oversized Artwork

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Contemporary bedroom featuring oversized artwork and subtle accent colors

31. Avoid Overdecorating Small Rooms

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A small and simple boy’s bedroom featuring functional storage spaces and small bursts of color

32. Give The Room An Exclusive Feel

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A fun tree house-inspired boy’s bedroom with painted walls and wooden furniture

33. Eye Catching Patterns Can Be Used To Increase Drama

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A colorful and dynamic teenage boy’s bedroom with lots of storage spaces and eye-catching patterns

34. Consider Using Wallpaper To Accent

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A simple and modern boy’s bedroom with colorful wallpaper and a striped rug

35. Change The Vibe Of The Room With Appropriate Decorations

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A traditional boy’s bedroom with cozy interior and sports-related decorations

36. Accent With Green

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Green teenage room with a lot of space

37. Select A Design That Fits Their Media System

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Media system for a teenage room

38. Try Unique Space Saving Solutions For Shared Rooms

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Shared teenage boys room with a green theme

39. Add Funk With A Futuristic Look

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The future boys room you should take in consideration

40. Let Them Look Towards The Future

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Kids room with airplane wallpaper

It could be useful to select a theme for the décor. It could be something related to movies or music or it can simply be a combination of all the favorite elements your teenage boy wants to incorporate in the décor. As for the chromatic palette, there are lots and lots of options. Most often, blue is a color that’s always present. The same goes for black or green accents but this is a detail that has to do with the personal preferences. If you want some suggestions, maybe it would help to take a look at these examples.

Picture sources: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, and rest from pinterest.

41. Hang A Monogram

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Simple teenage boy’s room with solid colors and monogram used as an accent from Project Nursery.

 

42. Copy Your Son’s Favorite Movie

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This awesome Star Wars themed bedroom from Suburban Turmoil will leave your teenage boy feeling out of this world

43. Subtle Touches Go A Long Way

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Hometalk offers us this easy bike themed room which requires minimal effort for a mature look

 

44. Mix Up Patterns For A Mature Look

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Minimalist teenage boys’ room, from The Boo and the Boy, with mixed patterns and minimal furniture

45. Repaint Old Furniture For A New Look

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Hunting themed boy’s room with repurposed vintage décor (photo credit: https://64.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_m1xltyx6cZ1r4h5f7o1_500.jpg)

46. Paint A Chalkboard Wall For Easy Décor Changes

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Astronomy themed boys’ room with chalkboard wall for writing and decoration from Casay Diseno

47. Skip The Fancy Furniture

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Minimalistic teenage boys’ room with the bed placed on a platform on the floor and extended rustic wood paneling

48. Turn Your Attic Into a Lounge with a Couch

Trendy teenage boy’s attic room from Design Trends, with a couch for listening to music, studying, or relaxing

49. Decorate With Humor

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Design Trends shares this funky teenage boy room with favorite comic strips enlarged and used as wallpaper above the bed

50. Street Signs Make Excellent Contemporary Décor

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Street signs used as straightforward decoration in a teenage boy’s room 

No matter what your son’s interests may be, you’re bound to find elements he will want to incorporate into his room on this list! So the next time you both have a minute, sit down and discover what unique furniture, hobbies, and colors he would want to put into his ideal room. Together you’ll be able to create the teenage boy room of his dreams that he won’t be able to resist showing off to friends and family!