This room is a stylish TV hangout and playroom, a bright, teen-friendly space that includes black shelving and offers a smart spot for game storage. Bright pillows and a plush green rug encourage kid-friendly play.
Fun and functionality blend together in this teen space. Bright orange walls contrast white and pink furniture creating a vibrant recreation room. Comfortable pink chairs and a white tufted sofa provide a cozy spot for relaxing, and a built-in desk area allows plenty of space for studying.
Upon entering this stylish space, a hallway leads from the rest of the house into this chic teen's space. A gallery wall creates a cool focal point as guests enter the space, while a modern, white dresser with gold features and a classic white mirror give the space a chic feel.
Colorful art and a clear shelf of books make this teen room more refined while remaining playful. The space features standard staples like fluffy blue and green throw pillows and a dark hardwood dresser that doubles as a night stand.
Teen girls will fall in love with this bedroom. Ruffled pink curtains offer the perfect touch of femininity and color to the design. Mounted metal letters above the headboard help personalize the chic space.
This teen bedroom, designed by Sarah Richardson, is a stylish space perfect for two siblings. Twin beds flank a painted antique nightstand that both sisters can reach while the cool blue and green palette visually brightens the space.
Sputnik-inspired chandeliers light up this eclectic teen bedroom. Rustic wood is used on the canopy bed, bookshelves and desk, while shiplap walls create cool dimension. A hanging swing chair adds a playful element to the space.
This teen bedroom is at once stylish and completely functional with its wall-length desk and storage. With classic white walls this space is brought to life with a cheery orange overhead light, green upholstered day bed, red desk hardware, and the yellow and blue roman shades.
"We sold our big house with a bonus room 15 years ago so that we could afford to start over and do what we love for a living," says designer Christina Britt Lewis of The Redesign Company. "This is a choice we never regret, but we make big boys and they have big friends. When they needed more space, we redesigned our garage. We used what we already had—a ping pong table we bartered for, the twin beds our teenage boys had outgrown for seating—and saved by considering it a three-season space and not installing heat or air conditioning. We hung trail maps of mountains we have conquered and set lists from concerts we loved in cheap frames for 'art' that brings back fun family memories."
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.