You can still create a fabulous retreat for your teen regardless of the size of their bedroom. These teenage bedroom ideas for small spaces should suit you and your teen - and make their small space feel big on style! Just because your teen girl has a small bedroom doesn't mean that she can't have the frilly canopy bed of her dreams. Most teens prefer a contemporary look which works very well in a small space.
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You want to give them the creative freedom to express themselves, but there are also practical considerations to take into account, such as study space and the cost of redecorating when they reach GCSE age and are mortally embarrassed by the wallpaper they chose when they were years-old. For a teenage boy his bedroom is like a fort protecting him from the outside world. This could be by putting up posters, showing off collections, choosing a striking duvet cover or using his favourite colours on the walls.
Flashes of bright coral will make for an energetic bedroom — it might help the girl who lives in it get out of bed faster in the morning, but then again… The hot coral contrasts with the pristine white walls to add a fresh hit to the overall look. There is something about a blush pink wall that will hold endless appeal, whether your teen is 14 or If your teen already had a pink room from when they were younger give it an elegant update with a mirror gallery wall and luxurious bedding in different shades of pink and purple. A white ladder shelf is a great way to add storage to a small space where they can display there books and treasures. Continue the theme throughout the room by adding in some stylish storage with some old fashion suitcases as a bedside table. A clean white or neutral base is ideal for teenage bedrooms, as it offers the opportunity to chop and change the look as quickly as teenage tastes and styles do! Opt for classic white furniture with a slender profile, as this will help reduce the sense of clutter. However, this sunny, pretty space is really all about the accessories; a bold bloom bedspread, hot pink accents, soft pastel lamps and prints and a tactile sheepskin throw on the chair ensure this space is modern and still playful. The images — and therefore the space — can be updated as frequently as she wants.