Bedroom. Friday , February 09th , 2018 - 05:53:48 AM
Decorations. Once you have covered the basics, give your teenager the choices of decorations. Paintings, pictures, and posters as well as mirrors and even trinkets can be a few decorations to use in your teenager's bedroom. Discuss these while you are trying to come up with ideas. This is where your teenager is able make their bedroom match their personality and by implementing her ideas you will find she will be much happier with her bedroom. Bedding. You need bedding that matches the room as well. It may just be the color and not the design that matches.
Nautical/Pirate. Nautical theme and pirate themes are great, because they only need white or blue furniture, which is widely available without having to pay a premium. Seashells and other seaside items can be collected by your children when they are at the beach, to make them feel like they are having a positive impact with the decoration. If you have a wooden floor in the room, you can paint most of the floor blue, like the water, and then have one play corner decorated like the sandy beach of a desert island paradise.
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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