This room uses varying pink patterns throughout the space. The wallpaper on the walls is even carried up onto the ceiling and the back of the door. The small pattern seemingly works as the base in the room, which allows bolder patterns to be used without competing with one another.
A built-in desk area in this tween bedroom houses open storage for books and artwork, as well as plenty of workspace to do homework. Arrow-themed green wallpaper adds a graphic element to the space, while the bright yellow bed is dressed in simple white linens and patterned navy-and-white throw pillows.
The girls’ bedroom is filled with unique, textural details. Above the twin beds, a woven metal pendant is a cool statement piece overhead. In the corner, a modern lucite chair is the perfect place to hang out. Atop it, a pillow featuring President Obama is a great accent piece.
A rich charcoal gray accent wall, rug and chaise lounge create depth in this glamorous girl's bedroom. A hot pink upholstered bed adds a major punch of color and femininity, and sheer curtains soften the space.
Girls will love the extra storage space in this makeup vanity. Black and white stripes carry from the walls to the ceiling, complementing the light blue vanity. A full length mirror covers an entire wall so the girls can see their style from head to toe.
Designer Annie Lowengart created a modern homage to her sister's orange and pink childhood room in "Smoll's Room Redux" at the 2016 San Francisco Decorator Showcase. The punchy, graphic wallpaper on the ceiling by Flavor Paper is tempered by the more traditional stylings of the headboards and armchair chair from Chairish.
A teen bedroom designed by Niche Interiors features richly patterned black-and-white-paisley wallpaper, an ornate chandelier, and bright pink walls. Black-and-white-striped curtains and a white shag rug add even more fun to the room.
Inspired by Broadway playbills, this yellow and black bedroom boasts geometric prints and Art Deco details. Closet doors depict a black and white mural of the Manhattan cityscape in keeping with the theme. Black and white graphic bedding keeps the white iron daybed from looking too sweet and girly.
Different shades of blue blend gracefully into the neutrals decorating this teen boy's bedroom, the soothing palette balancing out the large tree graphics. The chalkboard wall sports an iconic Austin character, a whimsical fit for the Austin-based home.
The homeowners wanted their daughters' room to be bright and funky, just like them, so designers created a space that is youthful and fun, but that still blends with the design of the home as a whole. Though the room is a shared space, designers made certain that each girl has her own place to display her favorite things. Shelving around each of the girls' beds makes that possible, while brightly colored paper lanterns and a flower rug add color to the space.