You must have wondered about decorating your room during your teenage years. Being a teenager there are certain ideas that you would be wanting to incorporate in your home. A teen’s room is not only about sleeping it serves many purposes like playing, chilling, studying, etc. It is not easy to find a common ground with your child when it comes to design ideas for a teen room. A teenager has different needs from a kid. Therefore, their room should be designed by keeping such needs in mind. An ideal teen room should be playful yet have some elements that resemble an adult’s space. The task of implementing teen décor ideas is often daunting. Luckily, here are certain tips and tricks for interior designing a teen’s room.
Go for alterable wall accessories– Elevating the walls can change the entire look of any space. Particularly, for a teen’s room the element of playfulness can be added by using wall accessories that can be easily changed in the future. Be it a collage photo frame or classic wall art, there is a plethora of wall accessories available to beautify a teen’s room. Wall accessories depict the transition of your teen child into an adult. Posters change to wall art, wall colors change, etc. Therefore, go for wall accessories that can be easily altered as your child grows.
Replace the single bed with a double bed with storage– Your teen child should be provided a double bed so that the child transitions into adulthood without having to compromise on comfort and personal space. If the space availability of a teen’s room is ample then you can consider resorting to a double bed. Young people need to rest on a comfortable bed so that they can stay energized for the rest of the day. Added to that, make sure the bed you are selecting has enough storage.
Create a comfortable and cool workspace- The workspace of a teen’s room is no longer a study area of a 10-year-old. As teens are busy preparing for competitive exams and other important things in life, their workspace should be a comfortable area that has the least distractions. Use minimum accessories like a showpiece, pencil stands, or something basic. Make sure you incorporate a study table with maximum storage so that the workspace is always clutter-free. Added to that, use colors that make the surroundings non-distractive.
Showcase your teen’s interests and hobbies– A room that reflects the personality of the teen child is ideal for him or her to feel surrounded by things that bring them joy. You can design the walls of the room according to the passion or hobbies of the child. Teenagers can quickly get bored of a monotonous room therefore, incorporating elements that fascinate them and trigger their interests is essential. Make sure to include your child in his or her room décor so that they feel belonged.
Go for a multi-purpose arrangement– Teen rooms are more than a space that is used only for resting. A teen room should serve many purposes. The room should be planned in a manner that makes various experiences like studying, chilling with friends, eating, playing video games, etc. comfortable. However, often there is not much space available to give area to each of these activities. Therefore, you can smartly imbibe many activities by planning a multi-purpose arrangement.