The older daughter's room was designed trendy and modern with a lot of custom elements. A custom drywall panel was added to create an accent element and finished with a black and white patterned wallcovering. The rest of the room was kept white with chrome accents and shades of purple throughout.
In addition to the custom accent panel, the opposite wall was renovated into a functional custom piece. A desk with ample shelving was niched into the wall and a large mirror sliding door conceals the closet space.
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.
The wallpaper features an arrow motif that makes a strong, graphic statement, but incorporates elegant swirls to lend a feminine feel to this tween bedroom. Black sconces pick up on the black in the wallpaper and flank the bright yellow bed for task lighting.
For a custom chair without the custom cost, save on the frames that will be hidden underneath a fabric of your choice. Designer Jennifer Foster purchased chair frames from an affordable home decor store and had them reupholstered in a fun raspberry chenille.
Warm hues and rustic textures envelope this bedroom made for a teenager. The space feels youthful and inviting, but for homeowners' without kids, or when the kids go off to school, this space could be used as a guest bedroom.
Bedroom: Remarkable Country Estate in Katonah, N.Y.
Perfect for a teen girl, this cozy bedroom features a fireplace with pink cushions, a lavender area rug and an acrylic table for reading or studying. Unique, Asian-style pendant lights hang above the bed and seating area, adding a fun element to the hip space.
A textured wall, fun lighting and an uber-modern upholstered bed turn this bedroom-with-a-view into a teenager's dream. The bed provides a fun pop of color in the stark while space. Draw draperies block light and offer privacy, while allowing the space to maintain a strong connection to the outdoors.
For a home that's set amongst trees, the designer's vision for this teen girl's bedroom was to mimic the surroundings; the yellow trim details were a subtle suggestion of peeking out a window into a forest. The monotone color palette helped keep the space simple and chic.
Modern glamour suggests pairing sophisticated, dramatic styles with unexpected elements. Rather than replacing the contractor-grade light fixture with a chandelier, a golden-toned farmhouse pendant was installed along with a formal ceiling medallion. The laid-back, playful and industrial vibe of the pendant puts a fresh spin on the otherwise girly and dramatic style.
Bedroom With Criss-Cross Ribbons on the Walls for Holding Photos
This bedroom's unique feature is the criss-cross ribbon attached to both walls. The homeowners can place photos, art, drawings, postcards -- anything! -- under the ribbons, and change them out at any time for changing and evolving decor. Pale periwinkle-colored walls create a soothing sleep space, and an industrial-style table with wheels doubles as a dressing table or desk.
Camille Flurry's Athens, Ga., bedroom is the perfect example of a tween room done right. To create a one-of-a-kind, eclectic, super-cool space, Camille's mom, Amy, combined handed-down family pieces with finds from local flea markets, vintage boutiques and art festivals. The white bed and nightstand first belonged to Amy as a child. She supplemented these finds with traditional area rugs from local stores. The chandelier is a budget-saver from a local lighting company that Amy customized with red spray paint to brighten Camille's room.