Bedroom. Thursday , February 01st , 2018 - 03:41:00 AM
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.
Walls. Putting a fresh coat of paint on the walls can bring new life to your teenager's bedroom and help you to come up with ideas for décor as well. Magnetic paint has become very popular, when you want to hang a picture up all you have to do is use magnets instead of making holes. With the posters that inevitably end up on teenagers' bedrooms this idea can be a huge advantage. You can also use stencils while you are painting to put your favorite pictures on them and sponge painting will help with texture.
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.
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