Music-Inspired Teen Bedroom With British Flag Decor
This fun teen bedroom features a reclaimed wood bed draped in a Union Jack flag comforter and an acoustic guitar hanging above the headboard. A modern gray sofa is positioned in front of the wall-to-wall chalkboard, while floating shelves display favorite records.
The trick to pulling off this look successfully and ensuring your space looks chic and cocoon-like, but not claustrophobic, is to paint your walls a dark dramatic colour. Don’t assume you have to go for low-key white on the ceiling, a floral wallpaper is bold and beautiful, and just retro enough to have plenty of attitude.
In this girl’s bedroom, designer Nancy Snyder started with a favorite teal and purple duvet and a dark armoire and dresser set. Bright white furnishings are balanced with dark wood accents, and new carpet tiles complement the duvet and the wall art.
The minimalist design of this modern bedroom is the perfect setting for the bold, blue Braille wall installation. A sphere chair and sleek work station make this a cool place to hang out for a teen boy.
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.
Modern White Teen Bedroom With Sleek Floating Desk
A floating desk and acrylic chair in this bedroom play into the home's design concept of weightlessness and optical illusion. Topsy-turvy mirrors, an abstract pendant light and a richly textured woven pouf break up the strong lines in the modern space. Small pops of color and bamboo floors add warmth to the otherwise cool, white room.
To create a unique bedroom for this St. Barts home, designers started with a neutral wall color to reflect the natural light of the Caribbean sun, then, they added teal carpet with a geometric pattern to create visual interest in this unique space. To complement the design, blue accents, silver table lamps and gray Roman Shades were added, along with modern nightstands and a modern light fixture to finish off the space.
This cluster of chartreuse pendant fixtures dangles from the ceiling to cast light on the polka dot memory boxes below. This lighting would add sparkle to a teenager's bedroom or a home office that doesn't shy away from unusual pops of color.
The girls’ room is an excellent example of how to design a kid’s room with a sense of style. When designing a room for kids there’s a lot to be said for keeping the overall aesthetic aligned with the rest of the home. Instead of decorating with bright pastel colors and more traditional "kid's colors" that don’t reflect their personal style, Julio and Kenza have blended their grownup black and white color palette with fun elements like the heart polka dots on the sheets, typographic art and pops of orange in this kid-friendly space.