When it comes to a teen girl bedroom, it’s a matter of distinct style. If you have more than one teenage girl living at home. Then maybe the idea of decoration is quite different. So, if you are wondering how to decorate a teenage girl’s room? Then the ideas below can give you great inspiration.
Before you start, you need to solve the problem of choosing a single bed or a double bed for your teen. Single bed 27 ¼ inches x 51 ⅝ inches should not be an option for a toddler. When teenagers’ beds become islands where they sleep, chat, watch TV. And even do their homework. Bed size should be considered is 30 inches x 75 inches. With available space. Obviously the deciding factor is that teen room decorating ideas should be tailored to suit a single or double bed.
The key to decorating in most cases. Is to banish childish decor and not impose your own style ideas on teen rooms. If you are concerned about your teen’s changing tastes and want to keep up with the trends. Keep the basic neutral wall color and use cool bedroom accessories. Choose fresh linens to update the space and give it personality. Decorating a teen girl bedroom also requires storage space. Neat storage systems, from shelves, cabinets, drawers to extra beds mean there is no excuse for clutter.
Simple and elegant
Just because a study space in the bedroom is essential for homework, doesn’t mean it has to be a boring place. This bedroom corner should be transformed. Decorate into a place that you yourself want to use. It looks like a style blogger’s workspace. White glossy curved desk with large fish paintings complement each other. As well as white accessories and gold chair and mirror that make the study nook come alive and professional. Beautiful, clean and luxurious color study table and chair that children can use as a desk when they reach adulthood. Simple but extremely sophisticated.
Fashion study corner
Decorating a teen’s room must meet two goals. Make bedtime comfortable. And make studying and working hours interesting. While homework is never supposed to be fun. Teenage girls who love fashion might love this high-contrast bedroom. With a luxurious space. A slender wooden table acts as a space for design, computer learning. Floating wooden shelves are painted the same color as the walls. Works perfectly with boldly patterned rugs and bold pink objects.
Choose a light and airy design
A clean white or neutral base ideal for teen bedrooms. Decorating the teen’s room in this way makes it easy to change the bedroom. When your teen rapidly changes teenage interests and styles. Choose classic white furniture with a slim profile. Helps reduce the feeling of clutter. However, this beautiful, sunny space is really down to all the accessories. A wooden bed with fine textured bedding with soft tones. The turkish rug and golden side lamps ensures this space is modern yet playful.
Country style, classic
For teenage girls who prefer a sophisticated classic style, this chic bedroom is a perfect choice. Sit in a simple yet bold bedding with a combination of several patterns with complementary colors. With your teen’s favorite personal collection. The room also has quirky vintage touches. For example, vintage table decor and first aid board above the closet. Surely this room will stick well with the teen for many more years to come.
A dream that easily changes
Decorate your teen’s room with a bit of midsummer dream style. This nature-inspired bedroom is a budget bedroom. Easy to create with a wooden bed, plain bedding with statements and night curtains. Neutral decorative scale with a grey color palette. Colorful cushions give a sense of fantasy. While the gorgeous plants surround the bed keep the light airy. This dreamy space, what teenage girl doesn’t like that?