Teen boys need a space of their own to relax, hang out with friends and get lots of sleep. Check out these photos of teen boy bedrooms to get ideas on decorating your son's room. Photo By: Courtesy of Mykea.
Last summer, I wanted to know how to decorate teenage bedrooms since both of mine were now teens. When we moved into our home 19 years ago, I set out to organize and decorate each space. And a few, like the kitchen, have been redecorated several times.
Teen boys are notoriously hard to please. No doubt you remember how much fun it was decorating their room the first time when they were little. With our gallery of modern teenage boy room decor ideas, it can still be fun.
Black and red are surprisingly versatile when you use them in a decorating scheme. With these colors, you can create a teen boy's room that is edgy and quirky, cool and minimalist, or clean and contemporary. Though some teens affect an, "I don't care" attitude about decorating, ask your son what he considers most important in his room.
At the end of adolescence, some kids leap into their teenage years, ready to look and act grown up. If you have one of these kids, help them achieve a mature yet youthful look in their personal space. You don't have to ditch the bright and happy colors or playful patterns of their childhood room.
Puzzling over what style to choose? Then try modern, industrial, minimalist and just add bright and neon touches to make it look teen-like. Choose a stylish industrial pipe bed and cover it with some colorful bedspread, create efficient storage ideas — under the bed, under the windowsill, make floating shelves.
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Your bed, bedding and favorite furniture pieces take care of a lot of the look in your room. You still need essentials and decorative accessories to give your room some personality. Use this guide to learn more about teen room decor and room accessories at Pottery Barn Teen.
So today I finally got around to it. I always start with asking questions about how the room will function. You totally want to dive right into all the fun colour and style stuff, but function has to be the starting point.
You want to give them the creative freedom to express themselves, but there are also practical considerations to take into account, such as study space and the cost of redecorating when they reach GCSE age and are mortally embarrassed by the wallpaper they chose when they were years-old. For a teenage boy his bedroom is like a fort protecting him from the outside world. This could be by putting up posters, showing off collections, choosing a striking duvet cover or using his favourite colours on the walls.