A youth room It can be an interesting place to decorate. You have to be clear that young teenagers will want to get away from any idea of childhood, but even so, it can still be a place to capture our imagination by filling it with magic.
We give you some ideas to decorate your teenager’s room, although do not forget that you always have to consult with them, they will feel much more comfortable if we let them be part of the decor of what will be your private corner of the house.
Walls with personality
The walls can be a good element to think about. If we use furniture with neutral colors and inconspicuous textiles, we can decorate them as we want, being able to find really fun solutions. We can, for example, paint a wall with slate paint, a good place where our children can let their imagination fly. We can also resort to the typical wallpaper; and is that, as we know, there are a lot of different models, even in online stores, which will surely fit the tastes of our children. There are many more options, from murals, vinyl and maybe even a wall full of photographs.
It is not negotiable, your child needs a study zone in his bedroom. Sometimes things get complicated, especially when we have very small rooms. Fortunately there are options for everything, we can, for example, choose one of those modular beds that have a built-in desk. If, on the other hand, the room is large enough, we can easily create a space for study. At this point, we must bear in mind that the place of study can be beautiful, but trying not to overload it with things that can distract. Let’s opt for well-lit areas and clear furniture to provide even more light.
A striking textile
The certain thing is that another form to contribute color, in addition to the walls, is through the textile. We would be amazed with the number of models in the market. If our furniture is white, again we can play a little more with colors, textures and patterns. Bear in mind that a youth room needs joy, we want our teenage children to be happy in their bedrooms, and therefore, there is no place for boring and dull textiles. Obviously this will also be marked by the tastes of our children.