What teenager doesn't want a beautiful, exciting and special room? Of course, all children and young people love to have good rooms, but for those who are teenagers, both boys and girls, it is important to have the wonderful room where they can spend a good time alone or with their friends. Since they also attend school, their rooms should be functional, practical and peaceful. So here are 7 basic decor ideas that you should keep in mind when designing and decorating your teen's room.
1- Talk to the teen: This is the first step you need to think about before designing your teen room. Communication is extremely important and teens can get really upset if you don't ask them for their opinions. Listen to the teen and note opinions, wishes and suggestions. Learn what they want and what they need. How to use the room is important in deciding how it should be designed.
2- Observe or get facts: Observe the teen's lifestyle, or get facts about the bedroom's features. Don't forget that the teenage bedroom can be more complicated than any other room – it's not just a place to sleep, but also mostly a place to study, watch TV, play games, use the computer, etc. Make sure that the room you design will be able to accommodate everything needed for these features.
3 – Organize: Teenagers have many clothes, stationary and different types of mess in their room. So make sure you plan the interior in such a way that it can store all these belongings and avoid the messy look. This will help you create a more peaceful and organized room.
4- Use furniture that is multifunctional: You have probably seen the wonderful multifunctional furniture – is not the teenage room one of the best places to use them? There are many types of furniture, such as beds that can also provide extra storage space, a desk that can also be used as a computer desk. Use the advantage of these types of furniture to create a larger space that provides many features.
5- Add to Teen Personality: Make sure the room's design reflects the teen's personality. You can use their favorite colors, favorite objects (reflecting their taste in music or sports) and personal ideas. You should also add some frames for their photos and make some room for their trophies or other awards.
6- Think freely about color: The teen room is one of the few places you can imagine using the craziest colors on the wall or on furniture. Just make sure that everything is not too colorful at the same time. You can also consider using neutral tones and letting the teen add the extra color inside.
7- Accessorize: Accessories in the room also help the teenager reflect their own personality and taste. If you use too much, the teenager cannot move freely in the room. It is a good idea to use wall stickers, photographs, posters, interesting clocks, shaped mirrors etc. instead of vases and other objects that can avoid action and can easily break.