By Amell Keller. Bedroom Ideas. Published at Saturday, February 01st, 2020 - 16:44:51 PM.
Deciding on a theme for the bedroom is an easy step to lead to which direction the room will be decorated. Discuss it with your son or daughter prior to redecorating the bedroom. Let them choose the color and theme of the bedroom no matter how wild it might be. Whatsoever, its them who will eventually use the room.
Most teens spend their time in the bedroom. As a teens haven, a bedroom should be comfortable and unique. To elicit good ambiance for studying, redecorating your kids bedroom is a good idea. Redecorating does not always need lots of money; with an abundance of creativity, you can create a perfect sanctuary for your teen. Here are some ideas for redecorating teenage bedroom on a budget.
Take away everything that is not supposedly in your bedroom. Yes. That includes your computer. Your workplace should go elsewhere. Anything that will distract you from relaxing, rejuvenating and making love should be out of the picture. This means that your hamper for dirty clothes must find a new home. Anything that spells ugly, messy and stinky should go.
Nautical theme and pirate themes are great, because they only need white or blue furniture, which is widely available without having to pay a premium. Seashells and other seaside items can be collected by your children when they are at the beach, to make them feel like they are having a positive impact with the decoration. If you have a wooden floor in the room, you can paint most of the floor blue, like the water, and then have one play corner decorated like the sandy beach of a desert island paradise.
Before painting the wall, remove all things from the bedroom. Teens tend to choose vivid colors like candy-apple green or purple. However, not a few would choose solemn or warm hues. Based on the theme, you can choose to paint the wall in one color or in a combination of several colors. The wall can be painted in patterns such as stripes, plain background with polka dots decoration, or whatever designs you and your teen have in mind.
Remember you are working with a teenager and not a child so bedroom ideas should reflect that. During the teen years preferences will change and it may be hard to keep up with what is in and what is out. Having an area to study, or to just relax and read a book is a great idea for your teenagers bedroom. Giving your teenager a space in her bedroom to listen to music and take time to herself is great. You can also include a computer for her to do homework if you would like. This is something that you should only do if you feel she is responsible enough to handle it. Giving your teenager too much responsibility at once can cause her to become lost. Allowing your teenager to help come up with bedroom ideas will help the process immensely.
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