Decorating for tweens and teens can be challenging as their personalities and preferences become much more pronounced. They also typically start wanting a space that is exclusively their own, so encourage them to participate in choosing furnishings, accessories, and even paint colours.
You don’t need to spend a fortune to make the room look great, but do invest in quality pieces that will last and continue to function as your tween or teen continues to mature and grow.
Versatile pieces, like side tables that can be transitioned into a living room or lounge in the future are always great choices.
These rooms all have relatively light coloured walls and ceilings, but keep in mind that darker colours are being used everywhere now. In other words, do not despair if charcoal, black, and other deep shades play a key role in the colour scheme.
In other words, do not despair if charcoal, black, and other deep shades play a key role in the colour scheme. Do, however, make sure there is ample light for reading, studying, or playing games.
Bedrooms aren’t always the size you see in design photos, but do try to create a work space and a comfortable place to sit or hang out other than the bed.
All images and furnishings: Restoration Hardware