Bedroom. Tuesday , February 13th , 2018 - 05:59:37 AM
4. Present some art on the wall. You can decorate the bedroom wall with posters, artwork, murals, inspiring words, or photographs. If your child is an artistic one, they might have their own artwork to hang on the wall. If they love photography, for instance, encourage them to hang their work on the wall. Black-and-white photos, abstract paintings, or vintage posters are also good ideas for redecorating the bedroom.
Step 4: Get Rid of the Clutter. To elaborate on that a bit, modern bedrooms are known for their clean simplicity. It's impossible to achieve that look and feel when it looks like a yard sale exploded in your room. Get rid of all nonessential items and put shoes and clothes back in the closet where they belong.
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.
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