This colorful, candy-inspired room is perfect for a tween looking to feel a bit more grown up. Designer Genevieve Gorder chose a sophisticated yet youthful color palette, along with modern furnishings and a private candy bar to turn this space into a cool hangout.
A white desk and matching tulip chair create a dedicated study area in this teen bedroom. Robin's-egg-blue walls are a vibrant backdrop for the white furniture and desk accessories. A custom-made bulletin board lends a tropical vibe with its bamboo frame and grass-cloth surface.
Storage Dilemma: Daily mail and magazines quickly pile up and clutter your kitchen. Solution: If you don't want to pin items on your refrigerator or have the wall space for a bulletin board, a base message center cabinet is a good alternative. It gives you an organized spot for the papers, while also providing a great way to end a cabinet run.
Continuing her theme of "Bermuda in the city," designer Anna Donohue created a teenage retreat that is replete with fun patterns and colors. The bed and wall covering are simple in design, but graphic patterns in the pillows, Roman shade and bulletin board give the room a bold look. A black industrial-style lamp adds whimsy and spunk.