Bedding in the home’s signature black and white color palette juxtaposes stripes and polka-dots for a very modern mix of patterns. Pops of orange throughout the room liven up the space while giving it a warm yet youthful feel. Even more color finds it way in through the metallic side table and lamp, while leopard-patterned pillows on both beds tie the colors and patterns together.
Bold prints and modern furniture make this masculine teen bedroom feel hip and edgy. Open shelves display graphic books and albums, creating a powerful visual effect while providing functional storage space.
This girl's room blends styles, patterns and colors in fun and whimsical ways. An allover pattern of elephants dressed in pink adorns a single accent wall, bringing attention to the bed. White walls, furniture and bedding allow the pink accessories to pop. A traditional rug continues the pink and coral palette.
HGTV Star contestant Abby Vasek designed this bedroom for an artist who loves to be surrounded by color. She painted the furniture and walls, then brought in contrasting green silk draperies and colorful patchwork bedding.
Neutral, Masculine, Eclectic Teenage Boy's Room with Bold Pops of Color
To create the perfect boy's space that can grow with the homeowners' young, teenage son, designers started with white walls and ash gray wood floors that would match the rest of the home's neutral, eclectic design. Then, they added pops of bold orange and blue that would make the space feel masculine, but still fun. Then, they hung bits of art on the walls that showcased his interest-sports items, beach balls, band posters-creating a unique space perfectly tailored to its owner.
Clean white bedding with a crisp blue border links the bed in this fun, contemporary teen's bedroom with the deep blue walls and contemporary window treatments. Geometric prints pop against the room's bold color palette, which includes a lipstick pink headboard that creates a fun focal point.
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.