By Amdt Günther. Bedroom Ideas. Published at Sunday, February 02nd, 2020 - 00:13:05 AM.
When decorating your teenagers bedroom, some ideas that she comes up with might not be what you would have chosen for her. Remembering that this is her area and allowing her to express herself in her room is better than having her frustrated and deciding to go to extremes to find her individuality. Teenager bedroom ideas should come from your teenager, then you can add to it or improve upon it if need be.
Stick with a color palette that soothes your eye. The colors that youll choose should harmonize with each other. This way, your room will radiate a very relaxing atmosphere. Start with your bed sheets. You can have your bed as the focal point of your room. Your bed can have the strongest color. If you think that theres a need to repaint your walls, do so. Figure out how your room will look as spacious as possible. Interior design magazines can help you in this department. Space and coordination can make your room very pleasing and inviting. Once youve given your room a face lift, you will be glad you did! You might end up not wanting to get out.
Wall Color. This is very important because the color of the walls is a hallmark to a modern bedroom. Think outside the box and consider the new neutral shades of greens and grays. These create a soothing background for contemporary bedrooms that is more interesting and trendy than boring shades of beige. Another option is red, a daring choice that works well with the Asian themes that founded the modern bedroom designs of today. In case you decide not do that step, you can opt for the color that is currently on your walls. Even if it is just plain white, the selections that you make for the rest of the room can make almost any color workable.
If your child is not afraid of the dark, a space theme can be a real winner. A black, dark blue or deep purple base color, decorated with stars, planets and space rockets can be really evocative of the theme in question. It is even possible to get non-toxic glow in the dark paint for the stars, so that they are still visible even when the light is turned off. If you are precise, you can decorate the stars in the patterns of real constellations, so that your child will become familiar with and comfortable with the night sky outside.
It is also important to consider the size of the bedroom when thinking about bedroom ideas. The size will determine the kind of furniture pieces that you can buy. For example, if you have a small bedroom, choose double-function furniture pieces. You can buy a bed that has storage units underneath or a tall cabinet to maximize the wall space. If you have a spacious bedroom, then do not buy furniture pieces that are too small or short or they will look awkward in the huge bedroom.
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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