When my daughter was a teenager, he wants to redecorate his room. First of all, he wanted to sponge-painted walls rage back then. Instead of waiting for a half-brother, a professional house painter, to find the time to do it for him, he took the matter into his own hands. She and her boyfriend moved his bed into the middle of the room, put a few drops of cloth, and he started to go blue paint with a sponge in one hand and the green on the other side he jumped up and down on his bed and rubbed paint in his hand wherever there hitting. The result is not exactly what I would choose, but he was very pleased with her new room. No damage was done, because I can always paint over it when she was old enough to leave the house.
A teenager needed that reflects the interests, lifestyle, and personal taste. He’s not a kid anymore, and decorating her room needs to grow as he does. In fact, with the tastes and needs will continue to change throughout adolescence. Let her help in designing an ideal space for her needs. Some suggestions might be to add the study area, the field of music, and a separate bedroom. In the study area may include a computer and a comfortable chair for reading. Do not overwhelm your child by forcing on him the responsibility he was not prepared to handle, though.
While the coordination of each bedroom design, there are some important factors you always need to be considered. They are color, model, walls, floors, window treatments, blankets, and decorations. More information about each described below:
What Color Scheme?
Always consult with your daughter to get her input on the color that he would like to have in his room. Color he chose to reflect his personality and help create the perfect environment for him. Say, for example, that you love your daughter bright green. Working closely with him to add a complementary accent colors such as pink or black. If he chose a dark color, like purple, helped choose a brightly colored accessories to go in the room. She knows what she wants, and it will make your job easier.
Start with a Paper Model
It’s always good to use a scale model of any space you’re renovating. If you’ve seen the presentation boards created by a professional designer, you will know that this is what they do. In this forum they include color fabrics, pictures of rooms using the same color scheme, images of particular aspects of the room, and floor plans that show how much must be furnished and where he should be placed. It’s much easier to move furniture in your paper on the plan than it actually is to move the furniture around the room, looking for a good placement.
Your walls are all around you
Wall color you choose will revitalize your room and provide a springboard for adding accessories to the decor. When choosing the color of the walls, though, you should think about how long you will live surrounded by them. Magnetic paint hot new option for teens. Using it will allow your daughter to hang posters, photos, and memorabilia on the wall using a magnet instead of damaging the wall-nails and tacks. Another wall treatments remained popular for teens rooms, including stencils and sponge painting.
Use Neutral Floor Cover
As I said earlier, your daughter’s tastes will change several times during the teenage years, and he’ll want to change the room to reflect these differences. When choosing a new floor covering for his room, stick to the basics, such as neutral-colored carpet or wood laminate. This floor will go with any changes he might decide to make.
Window Treatments Making Statements
Window treatments do not have to be expensive in order to really make the room decorations pop! Blinds can be an excellent choice of closing the window today, because they came so many styles and colors, and also provide privacy for your teenager’s room. Blinds do not need only a wooden or metal bar. Some styles come with a colorful ribbon. They can be either horizontal or vertical. Some medications, such as Roman shades, come in rainbow colors and fabrics.
Decorate with Style
After you finish with the renovation of the basics of the walls, floors, and window treatments, give your daughter the opportunity to determine other decorative items are more personal. He may choose mirrors, pictures, posters, or other forms of wall art. Really sit down and talk to him about what he wanted to have. You’ll find that if he was involved in the planning, the room will be more fully reflect his personality and gave him more happy with a place to live in.
Go Wild with Bedding
The bed you select will end up making the room, so make sure it fits well with the decor of the room. Although you will want to stay with the same basic color, no matter if the pattern matches. You can mix and match fabrics with checks, stripes, patterns, and spots if that’s what your tastes dictate, as long as they are in color coordination.
You and your teenager can have a great time to change his childhood bedroom into a teenager retreat. Make sure you tell us about the limits set before you ever start. Then you’ll both be free to let your imagination run wild as you spend time together creating the perfect space.