This bedroom takes on a rockstar theme with a "STAR" wall hanging, guitar pillows and spotlight tripod lamps positioned on either side of the bed. The plum hue seen on the curtains and bed linens makes it way into the sitting area with a faux fur rug. A tufted white leather chair provides the perfect spot for guitar practice.
Thanks to fresh paint, an updated floor, ready-made cabinets and double-hang rod installation, what was a disorganized closet is now functions more as a sophisticated, organized dressing room for an elegant, stylish tween.
This colorful, candy-inspired room is perfect for a tween looking to feel a bit more grown up. Designer Genevieve Gorder chose a sophisticated yet youthful color palette, along with modern furnishings and a private candy bar to turn this space into a cool hangout.
This tween girl's bedroom is filled with polka dots and pink decor. The closet features frosted glass doors to enhance the feminine look. Angled shelves hold a variety of shoes, and narrow drawers hold accessories like scarves, belts and hair accessories. Photo courtesy of California Closets.
This white, contemporary girl's bedroom benefits from ample windows and glass doors that bring in loads of natural light. From a sleek glass desk to a crisp upholstered bed, furnishings are minimal, but fun. An en-suite bath makes this a perfect nest for a tween or teenage girl.
The pink and green color palette in this bedroom will transition with your little girl as she grows into a tween. The modular headboard, fabricated from white chenille, serves as a backdrop for the colorful palette in the curtains and pillows.
The inspiration for this grand design was a dream catcher from the client’s mother. Like a dream catcher, the tween's room would have the perfect blend of colors, textures, patterns and materials. Urban elements were to be mixed with traditional, organic with geometric.
What a little can of paint can do! The bright green color Creative Spaces Interior Design applied to this old upright piano wows in the family-friendly space. Against the turquoise wall, the piano is a show-stopper for this tween family room and is sure to draw the budding Billy Joel to the keys!
Edgy and industrial: two common words associated with tween and teen room design. Collect used cans and use them to create a one-of-a-kind door wreath by drilling holes into the bottom of each can, then fastening the cans together side by side with twine or rope threaded through each hole. For an extra layer of contrast, wrap fabric scraps around every other can.