A teenager’s room is a sanctuary; it holds more meaning to them than most things at the stage in their lives. With the challenges of being a high school student, a heavy school load, and a hectic schedule, it is understandable why teens generally value their privacy. Creating the perfect haven for a teenager is perhaps one of the best gifts you can give to them, and with the festivities practically here, nothing more could put a giant smile on their faces.
As earlier mentioned, a teenager’s room is a sanctuary to them, and it should be built and designed to fit their tastes and personalities. Therefore, there is a need to ensure consistency with the overall decorative pattern in the home. As much as you try to design the perfect room to blend with your teenager’s character, mood, and interests, you should remember that it is still a part of the house – hence, there should be connecting dots between the remaining part of the home and your teenager’s bedroom. Therefore, there should be a resemblance when the spaces are observed. Professional interior decorating experts will advise incorporating wall paints, wall decorations, and aesthetics that both you and your teenager would enjoy.
CHOOSE THE RIGHT PAINT COLOR
Colors have meaning, and most of the time, colors do speak. But, when your kids enter their teenage years, theY experience newer growths and more unique experiences. These growths and experiences come together to form their perceptions, and they start seeing things from a whole new angle.
For a teenage girl, emotions are inevitable. Growth comes with the advantages of doing some adult chores like driving and going to the supermarket, including a few glances by several teenage boys. These changes bring about newer interests and developments and a complete lack of interest in things they used to love. Therefore, incorporate a more mature shade when choosing a color palette for your teenage daughter’s room. Although at this point, she has most likely grown beyond the regular pink, a more natural shade of pink like magenta will be more appropriate. Sunny yellow and purple are also perfect color palettes for a teenage girl’s room.
It’s always a tad bit easier with the boys. There are several ways color can come into a teenage boy’s bedroom. First, incorporate vibrant hues through accents, wall arts, game posters, and the sort. From a professional standpoint, it’s always best to let him choose what appeals to him the most, then tone it down by adding a little touch of responsible and subtle.
A WALL ART DISPLAY
Wall arts are a minimalistic way of bringing personality, color, style, and fun into any space. Incorporating wall art into a teenager’s room is a simple task to handle. The challenges faced are content-based. Left to a teenager, they might integrate contents that are too graphical or even a scary, confusing, and unhealthy display of how they view society. You can never be too sure with teenagers. Get a handle on the situation by incorporating educative or informative wall arts. If you want them to have some fun, you can incorporate game wall arts. Ensure the arts are large and attractive enough for them to consciously and unconsciously learn from. A perfect example will be a stunning yet “right in your face” display of a world map.
THE USEFULNESS OF A LETTERBOARD
This is an excellent idea for a teenager’s bedroom. Create an avenue to learn by incorporating a letter board into your teenager’s bedroom. It adds personality to the space while constantly keeping their minds sharp and hands busy.
INCORPORATE EQUIPMENT AND ITEMS REFERENCING HOBBIES AND SKILLS
There is no lapse with incorporating a few hobbies and skill-related items into your teenager’s bedroom. If your teenager loves music and is actively involved in it, hanging a few pieces of equipment associated with the musical skill is very appropriate, not to talk of stylish and classy. Creating a sports-themed room won’t be far-fetched if they are into sports.