Decorating for teens can be tricky and that’s why it’s good to know the current design styles for teen bedroom sets. Gone are the days of a princess or construction theme bedroom. There are options for decorating a teenage bedroom that reflects their maturity without being for adults. Modern art is likely to appeal to both teenage girls and boys. Propose strong colors with bold geometric shapes or stripes for an air of refinement, with the possibility of coal with colors like dazzling orange and electrically blue. Accessorize the room with almost everything from plastic furniture accents to metallic screen frames, desktop accessories and vases.
Rock Star Cool
If the music is the name of the game for your teen bedroom sets, incorporate it into the interior of your bedroom. Find antique or toy replicas of instruments that he likes and show them in shadow boxes or paint large silhouettes of instruments and notes on the walls. Area carpets are available in designs like piano keyboards and guitars, and can accent the room perfectly. Accessorize with framed record albums. Create mobiles from old discs hung from the ceiling. Leave space for real instruments to display. Thrift stores are great places to find these accent pieces, which are shipped sales.
Black & White
Black and white seems to be a popular teenager favorite for decorating. The sharp contrast is suitable for fabrics, furniture and a wide range of accessories. Paint the walls white or consider black and white patterned wallpaper. Go either black or white for trim and go out for accessories. Teen bedroom sets can have a black and white floral arena set and boys can be pleased with bold controls or checkered patterns. A color scheme can easily transform old bedside tables, desks and nightstands into the new posh decor. A splash of any color or metal shade adds a little sparkle of color as a black and white space must avoid looking sterile.