Small Teen Bedroom Ideas

Small Teen Bedroom Ideas

You can still create a fabulous retreat for your teen regardless of the size of their bedroom. These teenage bedroom ideas for small spaces should suit you and your teen – and make their small space feel big on style!1. Find out how to incorporate your teen's style.Just because your teen girl has a small bedroom doesn't mean that she can't have the frilly canopy bed of her dreams. Most teens prefer a contemporary look which works very well in a small space. However if your teen likes a more traditional or eclectic look, that can work too.The trick to making the most of a small room is to keep proportion in mind. If your teen loves curvy lines and lots of fluff, let her have the canopy bed but keep other furniture clean and simple. Choose softer colors and smaller prints to balance the amount of frill.If your teen loves modern, let them have some bold colors and patterns to bring life to contemporary's clean lines. There's nothing wrong with a bit of bling.2. Choose furniture that does double-duty.Furniture that can function in more ways than one is very useful in small teenage bedrooms. If your teen has a television in their bedroom, hang it on the wall instead of placing it on a dresser or stand. If your teen has a large closet, he or she can possibly do without a dresser and/or wardrobe. Stash seasonal clothing in under bed storage, and use wall-mounted shelving instead of stand-alone bookcases. Sofa and day beds can often work well in teen rooms. No, your teen probably won't fold the bed away every day but the seating will be there when they need or want it. Regardless of what they sleep on, just be sure you provide your teen's growing body with plenty of nighttime support.3. Use bold colors carefully.Most teens prefer bold colors and there is no reason you can't celebrate your teen's love of color, even in a small space. However, too much of a good thing can feel overwhelming in a small space. Try a bold color on an accent wall and repeat coordinating colors around the room in small amounts.The floor is a good place to add color. A darkly colored rug can help “ground” a small bedroom. Try a boldly printed accent rug – maybe a camouflage or zebra print – to add some texture to your teen's small bedroom. Of course, don't forget your fifth wall! Adding a design or mural to the ceiling can add a surprising element to a small bedroom, and gives your teen something lovely to look at before they drift off into sweet dreams.4. Forgo the desk.I know most teens think they need a desk, but I've found that these can be clutter-catchers and aren't always used. Many teens secretly prefer to study on their beds or the floor, so don't feel you have to provide a desk. A small sliding computer desk that can double as a bedside table may work fine, or you may find that your teen doesn't need one at all.5. Rethink the bed.Just because you have small space doesn't mean that you need to choose a twin-size bed. However, headboards can push a bed more than a foot from the wall so consider using a wall mounted headboard – or none at all. Platform beds often work well in a small bedroom as do raised beds that allow storage, work or lounging space beneath.6. Max out the storage.Storage is something that most teens desperately need, especially in small spaces. Contain that clutter with storage that can be tucked out of sight when the items aren't needed. Choose furniture that maximizes storage, such as end tables with shelves and/or drawers, or beds that have built-in storage underneath. Look for places to add extra storage, such as along the tops of door frames, over the back of the bed, or hanging from the ceiling.For more information, see these fun decor ideas for small teenage bedrooms and this great article on small bedroom design.
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Small Teen Bedroom Ideas

Lynn A full time mom and a freelance writer who loves beautiful, modern designs and artworks. It has been her long time dream to build a simple, yet elegant modern-country-style abode. Follow Lynn on Google+. Tags: bedroom bedroom design girl teenage View more Bedroom 20 Ideas to Bring Glamour to Your Bedroom with Gold Accents 15 Black and White Bedroom Ideas Fall in Love with 15 Heart Themed Bedroom Designs 15 Chic and Hot Pink Bedroom Designs 9 comments Top Comments Top Newest Oldest 0 welearners4 years ago I just loved the 2nd one. I found some of amazing ideas of home decor. 0 amanda3 years ago Love these designs 0 stacy3 years ago i need help my room is small and i dnt know how to design it 0 Ronald Bien3 years ago What style/motif would you prefer? 0 Anagha Jose3 years ago i am a 15 yr teenage girl…my room size is 10×10….i need sum ideas…….i dont want it to be very crowded pls help me 0 Cassie2 years ago love these designs so helped do my girls room they love them !!!!! 0 amna2 years ago Love these design …all are so nice. 0 khushi2 years ago i liked the room of pic 10 and 18 its awsome can u all plz suggest me of a good interior designer coz i want to renovate my room with very very cheap price 0 julie5 months ago really cool. love the last one. got a tiny room! What’s in your mind?
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Small Teen Bedroom Ideas

If you’re searching for teen bedroom ideas, think about what your teen loves and see their bedroom through their perspective. A teenager has a different view of a bedroom than an adult — beyond a place to sleep, it’s where a teen escapes from the world of demands and rules.
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Small Teen Bedroom Ideas

Sedate and restful are good, general concepts for adult bedroom design, but teenagers prefer a bedroom that’s fun and a signature of who they are. The number one response to what personality aspect a teen wants to express through their room was “creative”, while calm came in almost last. Bold, imaginative elements will excite a teen like nothing else. Some unique teen bedroom ideas that add fun to a room include:
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Small Teen Bedroom Ideas

However, too much of a good thing can feel overwhelming in a small space. Try a bold color on an accent wall and repeat coordinating colors around the room in small amounts.The floor is a good place to add color. A darkly colored rug can help “ground” a small bedroom. Try a boldly printed accent rug – maybe a camouflage or zebra print – to add some texture to your teen's small bedroom. Of course, don't forget your fifth wall! Adding a design or mural to the ceiling can add a surprising element to a small bedroom, and gives your teen something lovely to look at before they drift off into sweet dreams.
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Small Teen Bedroom Ideas

A teenage bedroom must have a very thoughtful layout. That’s so because teenagers have a lot of requirements that should be considered in their room. If you’re going to design a room for your kid or kids by yourself you must do that. Among things that teen bedroom should have and you should consider are: a lot of storage space, a thoughtful study place, a comfortable sleeping bed and a stylish look of the room. Depending on the room’s square footage and amount of kids that will live there you should carefully place all furniture and leave some space for walking. In order to understand what layout is right for your teenage bedroom check out pictures below. Mostly, they are done by Sergi, who already provided us with cool teen room ideas before.
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Small Teen Bedroom Ideas

Teen bedroom ideas should include functions specific to their age, as well as look great. While adults prefer a space that’s calm and understated, teens appreciate vibrant, high energy rooms. Keep the following teen bedroom ideas in mind.
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Small Teen Bedroom Ideas

However if your teen likes a more traditional or eclectic look, that can work too.The trick to making the most of a small room is to keep proportion in mind. If your teen loves curvy lines and lots of fluff, let her have the canopy bed but keep other furniture clean and simple. Choose softer colors and smaller prints to balance the amount of frill.If your teen loves modern, let them have some bold colors and patterns to bring life to contemporary's clean lines. There's nothing wrong with a bit of bling.
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Sofa and day beds can often work well in teen rooms. No, your teen probably won't fold the bed away every day but the seating will be there when they need or want it. Regardless of what they sleep on, just be sure you provide your teen's growing body with plenty of nighttime support.

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