This fun teen girl's room is a seating area designed for hanging out with friends. The space features a mix of patterns and bold color. The mod furniture, striped rug, funky chandelier, dramatic window treatments and eclectic accessories pop against bright white walls.
Designed for a teen who has lived in Europe for a few years, Jeune Et Sophistique, the girl's bedroom at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2015, offers a youthful sophistication with its timeless furnishings and fun colors. The dress hung on the ceiling was found in Paris and served as the inspiration for the space.
With a romantic canopy bed, an elegant chandelier and stylish pops of turquoise and purple, this teenage girl's bedroom is a dreamy getaway. Large windows fill the space with natural light for a bright, breezy atmosphere.
This teen girl's room made small changes for a big impact. By using the day bed for sleeping and sitting, it's an easy place to have friends over. Adding a yellow chevron rug, woven pink pouf ottomans, and feminine feather lamp ties all of her bedding together while adding texture to the room.
With a twin bed, daybed and rattan chair in the corner, this neutral teen room can comfortably sleep a few kiddos. A large picture window fills the space with light and provides views of the backyard and pool.
A teen girl's room is filled with style and personality when mementoes and favorite sayings are turned into decor. Here, snapshots create a graphic heart on one wall and are clipped on a line with clothespins on another. The beds add to the merry mayhem with their bold prints and colors.
It's easy for a top-floor room with sloped ceilings to feel cluttered -- and it can be tough to find furniture that fits the height of the walls. Built-in dressers on either side of the twin bed solve these problems. They're a perfect scale for the space and allow the teen room to feel clean and neat.
A bold kelly green desk chair and accessories really pop against the crisp white walls in this modern teen's room. On one side of the room, two Roman shades feature a black and white print of Elvis repeated three times on each shade. The spacious, modern desk on the adjacent wall is the perfect workspace for afternoon homework.
For a nightstand in this teen girl's room, designers used a Parsons table in between the two twin beds. The table's height allowed for things to fit underneath: a ceramic garden stool and a basket for extra storage.