Accessories are everything. This bedroom features a Hollywood glamor-inspired theme with gold patterned wallpaper. A lucite lamp is a perfect touch, providing personality without taking away from the wallpaper's charm. A simple photo and vase of tulips are all the room needs to feel personalized and inviting.
This bedroom blends traditional and contemporary pieces for a transitional look that's perfect for a teen boy. A world map accent wall is visually appealing and also helps to encourage studies and imagination.
To create a unique bedroom for this St. Barts home, designers started with a neutral wall color to reflect the natural light of the Caribbean sun, then, they added teal carpet with a geometric pattern to create visual interest in this unique space. To complement the design, blue accents, silver table lamps and gray Roman Shades were added, along with modern nightstands and a modern light fixture to finish off the space.
In the homeowners' teenage son's bedroom, designers wanted to really showcase his personality, so they anchored the space in the sleek, white wall color and ash-colored wood floor to connect this room to the rest of the home's design. Then, they incorporated the son's favorite things-sports, cars and music-by hanging posters on the wall in homage to this. They also made sure to include fun, bright colored details, such as the table lamps and the bed linens to bring a little fun to the room.
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.
This teen bedroom gets an airy, boho look with a light-colored palette and fun details like the hanging chair. Plush textures—a fringe-covered throw, the chair's pom pom-trimmed pillow—are cozy touches.
Designed for the young man of the house, Karter's Krash Pad at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2015 is brought to life with a vertical ombre lacquer wall finish by Willem Racke inspired by rock formations along the Pacific coast. Designer Susan Lind Chastain selected a Jean Paul Gaultier fabric with crushed car metal design for daybed pillows to add to the hip youthfulness of the space.
The girls’ room is an excellent example of how to design a kid’s room with a sense of style. When designing a room for kids there’s a lot to be said for keeping the overall aesthetic aligned with the rest of the home. Instead of decorating with bright pastel colors and more traditional "kid's colors" that don’t reflect their personal style, Julio and Kenza have blended their grownup black and white color palette with fun elements like the heart polka dots on the sheets, typographic art and pops of orange in this kid-friendly space.
A black bed frame and white duvet make a chic combination in this girls' room, promising to grow with the teen even into college. Colorful pillows not only allow her to easily try out new styles, but their bohemian flair also perfectly complements the nod to Paris on the wall.