Teen Bedroom Ideas You and Your Kids Will Both Love

Your teenager’s bedroom is arguably the hardest room in the house to design… It needs to spotlight their personal style and interests while also blending in nicely with the rest of the family home.

Plus, you want to make sure it grows with them nicely throughout the years. Since there are a lot of opinions to consider, there are also a lot of potential arguments.


Say Yes to Smart Storage

This bedroom is a perfect example of how to decorate a space that can grow up with a person. It has smart storage solutions with playful yet grown up décor on display, a neutral color palette brought to life with fun prints and motifs, and high-quality bedding.

For a similar feel, try mixing bold prints but work within a tight color scheme and make sure the details are polished.


Layer, Layer, Layer

If your teens share one large room, consider two queen beds instead of two twin-sized beds. This will make sharing a room feel a lot more mature and comfortable.

Incorporate boho elements with a patterned rug, bright sheets and pillows, and rattan ottomans. Then add a modern touch with abstract photography.


Have Fun with Décor

When decorating a kid’s room, always invest in classic staples and then have a little more fun with the artwork and accessories.

These are a lot easier to swap in and out and can introduce just as much personality. A printed upholstered headboard and fun throw pillows bring in a sense of youth while the sconces polish things off.


Give Them Privacy

If their bedroom is big enough, carve out a little window seat in the corner so they have somewhere private to relax and hang out.

Have fun with things like upholstery, headboards, and curtains. And of course, wallpaper is another easy way to bring in color and a fun print. Opt for the removable kind or choose a permanent one, you both love.


Put Their Hobbies on Display

We love how this bedroom revolves around a strong (albeit subtle, aside from the surf board) nautical theme. It feels a bit like being on deck without feeling too cramped and it isn’t at all cheesy.

That’s thanks to a soft ocean-inspired paint color and simple striped bedding. The brass ladder also adds a more glamorous touch.


Strike a Balance

Here’s proof that you can be bold and bright while still maintaining a clean, sophisticated aesthetic. The yellow strips on the ceiling make the whole room pop while the grays mellow things out just a touch. We also love the idea of putting a bed in the corner, where it feels more private and cozy.

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