If your teenager is lucky enough to have a large bedroom, help her decorate master bedroom decor to flow with a cohesive look. Include similar details or colors in both rooms. The suite should reflect your teen’s personal style and incorporate some of her favorite colors or things. For example, a live teenager who likes a statement likes a lime green and chocolate color scheme. A relaxed, naturally-loving teenager can enjoy a calmer, neutral palette of earth paints. Wall treatments should supplement bedding. Use towels and curtains in the bathroom that coordinate with bed linen and curtains in the bedroom.
Paint both bedrooms in the same color or pattern. Mix it up by turning the colors into a pattern or using a single base color in each room with different accent colors. For example, the master bedroom decor can have light blue walls with limestone circles and dots, while the bathroom has light blue and lime green striped walls. Or use chocolate brown and light pink in the bedroom and chocolate brown. Place the furniture in a mature or sophisticated grouping. For example, create a full or queen size bed with at least one nightstand. Use white, black or wood-tone furniture to complement the color palette of the room. Include a desk in a corner as a study area and at least one comfortable armchair for reading or relaxation, if space permits.
Hang wall decorations, such as framed posters, pictures or graphics that complement the theme of the room. If the walls are painted in a bright color, consider simple framed mirrors, bulletin board or black and white photos. Dress up plain walls with colorful pictures, fabrics or sticky wall stickers. Introduce an elegant formal look or a fun, youthful look. Make the master bedroom decor with a blanket or blanket that plays outside the walls. For example use solid red bedding if the walls are painted in an ocean or sky blue color and tie in colorful surfboard shelves and posters that include a lot of red. If the walls are normal or neutral, consider a hectic bedside cabinet that introduces patterns and colors.