A teenager’s bedroom must look trendy and teenish. So decorating it a must to any teen. Today we provide you With Things to consider when decorating a bedroom for a teenager.
First things first, you do know that a teenager’s room is more than a bedroom. There can be an office, a lounge room and an entertaining space as well, all in a single room called bedroom. So you will need to make the most of every centimeter of floorspace.
Okay. Basic tip. Move off the bed and onto the wall. Replace the printed bed sets with more neutral linen and encourage yourself to choose something decorative for the walls – or better still, get yourself to create something. You can try adding some of your drawings, your pictures, your school graduate certificate or something, anything. Or if you want it simple, you can just hang a work of art, graphic decals (try the pictures of your favorite movie) or apply an adventurous paint color. Well, your own pictures will do.
Second tip. If you arrive home with six or eight friends in tow, make sure you get enough space and furniture to make them comfortable being in your bedroom. Put some flexible lightweight seating, such as floor cushions and bean bags. They turn your bedroom into a lounge room at a moment’s notice, but don’t forget to stack the pieces away in a corner or in the closet when the job is done.
Third tip. Provide yourself with storage options that are easy, and if possible, even fun to use. You might need it when a mess has to be cleared in a hurry. Have some baskets or boxes, either will do. Your clothes-tree attached to one side (for a quick tidy up of jackets, hats, scarves and bags) and a big.
Speaking of the storage messes, sometimes you don’t even have space to put the baskets or boxes, while you have so many things to keep when they’re not in use. If this happens, make sure you elevate your bed which the space underneath it is wide enough for you to put your boxes of stuff. But don’t forget to cover the things with blankets or some wide fabrics to make your bedroom not look like a warehouse.If your budget allows it, a brightly colored Eames rocker (try Living Edge) or some Kartell storage (from Space) will inject some style into the scene.
The last thing you have to remember is that your bedroom cannot be too slack, you should attach some cute stuff on your walls, paint your walls in different color from your floor and ceiling, also put some miniatures or models that express yourself and your hobby. But again, don’t overdo it if you can’t keep your bedroom neat.