Teens generally know what they want when it comes to their bedroom decor. Compromise with your teen and allow her to decorate her walls with a cool and funky design, as long as you can handle it. Set firm ground rules on ideas that are too much for you but give him some latitude to be creative and decorate his room in order to reflect his personality.
Color can have a huge impact on making a simple and boring room and turn it into a cool and funky space that is suitable for your teen and friends. Choose a bright color, like aqua, or a combination of colors, such as lime green and purple, to paint the walls. If the color frightens you, designate a wall as an accent wall and apply the vibrant color on this wall. If your teenager insists on black walls and you can not bear the thought, compromise. Consider letting it paint a wall a dark shade of gray if it uses bright colors to contrast with gray, such as red or white.
The cool and cool words were commonly used in the 1960s, making it an ideal theme for a funky retro room. Ask your teenager to identify his favorite part of the retro culture and use it on the walls. For example, glossy paint, colorful daisies using a range of bright pink, yellow, orange and lime green colors or paint a tie-dye or psychedelic pattern. Hang curtains of colored pearls, if the paint of the walls is too much.
Paint at least one wall wall with a picture that fits the theme of your desired teenager. A beach scene with sand, water and sun umbrellas completes a beach theme. A mural painted with palm trees, ocean and sky complete an exotic theme. Paint a wall to look like an urban skate park or snowy ski runs if this is more of your teen’s style.
Paint a wall or invite your teenager’s friends to help paint the wall to look like a brick wall with graffiti sprayed on it. Keep words and pictures age. Words can be arranged in advance, such as “love”, “peace”, “dream” and “believe.” Or, you can let your teen and his friends write what they want with the condition that he must If the paint is too permanent for you, consider painting a wall with blackboard paint and let teens draw on the walls as it can easily be erased.
Hang fabric on the wall instead of painting if your teenager would have preferred something different, or be able to change with less hassle. For example, a furry material can cover an entire wall and introduce a funky zebra or cheetah. Hang different materials replacing the woodwork on the lower walls, such as thin bamboo rods, sea rush, inexpensive mosaic tiles or metal that can also hold magnets.
Adapt the unusual elements to serve shelves or embellish the walls. Truckless skateboards or wheels or surfboards cut in half can serve as wall shelves. Peel and sticky wall stick can bring color, design and funky without doing anything permanent. Simply remove the wall stickers when it’s time to update the decor of your teen’s room.
Cool, Great ideas for the walls of the teen room
Bring a little class and creativity to a space reserved for teenagers without a lot of money. Adolescents like to personalize their room and choosing a decor that reflects their personality