A Teenagers Bedroom is their own personal world away from all of life’s distractions. So when you’re looking at the best possible ways to update their room you need to sit down with them and really understand what her idea of the perfect bedroom is. The choices are endless and with a few considerations your will always ensure that your teenager has the room they always dreamed about.
The storage in this room is amazing. Sure the pink may be a little too much for some people but the overall execution is great. Although there is lots of space in this room it doesn’t feel as though there’s too much dead space. Using the stairs and under the bed works well when you have space constraints on the room and the little details of butterfly’s really add to it.
Before you start any project(especially a teenagers bedroom), always set up a budget. If you’re not planning to work towards a number costs can blow out very quickly and you’ll either end up with either a huge bill or a room which doesn’t meet everyone’s expectations. A simple spread sheet is always a good way to monitor your costs.
Size of the Room
The first thing you need to consider is the size of the room and the available space that you have to be creative. You don’t want to create a space with clutter. If you’re working with a large space your planning will be totally different from a small to medium sized room.
Simple yet so amazing is the only way I can describe this teenager’s room. There’s nothing I don’t really dislike about the room. However if I had to pick my two favourite features it would definitely be the wall decal and the innovative shelving above the bed. The only thing that I would take away is the disco ball as there’s already enough happening throughout the room already.
Every successful room renovation always has a consistent theme running throughout the room. When considering a teenage girls room you need to work towards their interests. These could include movies, books, games, photography, entertaining, clothing, sport and many more. Once you have established your theme, other things will start to follow. Not only in your colours, but things that are important will follow in your teenager’s bedroom
Colours will develop directly from your theme. Always consider the colours as a long term decision. Taking the mature approach and selecting a colour/s which they will be able to grow older with is something that you should consider and unless necessary try to steer clear of colours which may be a passing phase.
Lighting is an important consideration when you’re setting up your room. If you’re not looking at changing any of the light fittings in the roof, then you will need to think about how you will provide mood in the room through a few simple additions. If the room has a study nook, consider lamps and if there’s a sitting area, a small table with a softly lit lamp will provide a space with a welcoming private space. The right lighting is vital to getting the success of the room and is really understated when most people plan rooms.
After determining the theme, colour and lighting, flooring needs to be your next consideration. Start with determining the type of floor. For the warm atmosphere, bedrooms are usually put on the wooden floor (parquet). However, ceramic or granite tile also provides a wide variety of choices for style and colour. With all teenagers they’re prone to spill things from time to time, so consider flooring that will assisting a clean floor should definitely be considered when planning your teenager’s room
You need to consider you’re walls in a totally different way in which we planned colours. Of course they go hand in hand. But small additions can turn a plain wall into an interesting functional piece of the room and it all ties back into the theme. Patterns, photo boards, bookshelves, can all be interesting ways in which you can add to any wall and in a future article we will discuss how this will occur.
Although I’m not as massive fan of this rooms colour. I really like the use of lines shapes and storage in this room. The slide out drawers add a lot of additional space to the room and the smart use of the book case being raised up off the floor also gives the room some extra dimension. The love heart draping feature hanging in the corner also adds a girly touch. I would have really like to see this room at least tone down one of the pinks. But I can understand how there would be a lot of people that love it at the same time.
Like most teenagers bedrooms they’re most likely going to be short on storage. Always think outside the square when considering where you can store things. Space under beds, behind doors, underneath sitting areas and around desks are all spaces which need to be addressed if you’re looking at maximising your storage opportunities when planning your teenagers bedroom update.
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