Bedroom. Wednesday , February 14th , 2018 - 06:25:21 AM
Model. Get a piece of paper and scale a model of the bedroom so that you can see what furniture you want and where you want to keep it. You can decide what size of bed you are going to have and how much room you have for furniture. This will save time rearranging furniture to see how you want the room decorated and will help you to come up with ideas of what will fit in your teenager's bedroom as well.
2. Paint the wall. Before painting the wall, remove all things from the bedroom. Teens tend to choose vivid colors like candy-apple green or purple. However, not a few would choose solemn or warm hues. Based on the theme, you can choose to paint the wall in one color or in a combination of several colors. The wall can be painted in patterns such as stripes, plain background with polka dots decoration, or whatever designs you and your teen have in mind.
3. Alter the furniture. Rearrange the location of the furniture in the bedroom so that the room looks new. You do not necessarily put all old furniture back in the room. Choose only the most needed ones to create more spacious space for your teen. Painting the old furniture with color contrasting or related to the new wall pain will also create a different ambiance. As teens usually have many things to keep, mounting shelves on the wall for keeping books, displays, or other inventories is suggested.
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