Teen Bedroom With Sloped Ceiling & White Furnishings
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.
Yellow Transitional Kitchen With Wood Island and White Cabinets
White cabinets, sleek pendant lighting and recessed lights brighten this spacious kitchen. A dark wood island divides the open kitchen from the dining area without enclosing the two spaces. Ornate iron barstools add a traditional element to the room, and an adjacent sleek wood dining table provides plenty of seating for entertaining.
White Desk and Chair in Sloped Corner of Teen Bedroom
Nestling a desk against a wall is a smart way to make the most of a low, sloped ceiling — it's just the right height to sit but not stand. The desk is also built around a radiator, a strategy for keeping the old home's original elements in tact. Jewel-toned accents make the teen room feel a little more grown-up.
Vibrant yellow-and-white wallpaper sets the tone for this Alice-in-Wonderland-meets-London dining room. Fun touches include a bright yellow wingback chair, oval chandelier and slip-covered dining chairs.
Bright yellow walls and a turquoise backsplash stand out against the white cabinets in this eat-in kitchen. With cabinets above and below the white countertops, plenty of storage is available for kitchen essentials.
Transitional Bathroom With Dark Tile and Yellow Wallpaper
A bold yellow floral wallpaper provides cheery contrast to the dark tile used on the lower half of this bathroom's walls. The console sink and sleek sconces also contribute to the bathroom's transitional style.
Teen Bedroom With Recessed Lighting, Sloped Ceilings & Soft Yellow Walls
Your teen will feel like a princess in this feminine but not overly girly bedroom. Touches like the ruffled curtains -- which conjure thoughts of grand ball dresses -- are special and unique. Since the room has small and low windows, recessed lighting brings additional lightness and brightness to the space. The pale yellow walls are at once soothing and reflective of the morning sun.
Yellow Teen Bedroom With Twin Bed and White Furniture
Here's inspiration to make the most of an oddly shaped space. Pale yellow is used on the walls to brighten up the room, while a white ceiling helps the area seem taller and loftier. Ruffled curtains create a special hideaway spot to cuddle up and read a book in the built-in window seat.