Teens’ Baths: The Haven Grows Up

Teens’ Baths: The Haven Grows Up

Is your teenager aching to get out of her little-kid room? Is she dying for a new space that seems as grownup as she is beginning to feel? It may be time to swap out the stuffed animals and toy bins for something a bit more sophisticated.

Since teenager does not mean adult (no matter her debate ), the aim is to keep the vibe refined yet playful. Check out the following photos for some inspiration on getting the mixture right. With this equilibrium intact, she will feel proud of her mature distance, and you’ll feel relieved that she is still a kid at heart.

Emily A. Clark

Polka dots are eternally playful, but mixing them with a traditional tufted headboard and also a pattern at a crisp, modern colour makes the appearance feel trendy and fresh. Friends will be drooling over this fun layout.

Caitlin Creer Interior Design

For a simple update from kid room to teen space, seek out a posh headboard. It will modify the expression of not just the bed but also the room itself by giving a focus. Nailhead detailing is an excellent way to bring a refined edginess into an otherwise sweet room.


If you have got the right lighting, then work in certain bold colors. Like the child’s room, a teenager’s room is still a place to have a bit pleasure: Mix plum purples with cerulean blues, add colorful stripes for colour and floor that the appearance with neutral floors.

Marie Burgos Design

Make the space stylish and functional by installing shelving units to display a photo collection while at the same time making space for workspace and hobbies.

Teenagers enjoy their own personal havens. This will provide them a escape for homework and practicing. If space is tight, push the bed lengthwise against the wall.

Tracy Murdock Allied ASID

Now this is the teenage pad. The soft lavender, stuffed animal and Janis Joplin poster give it a youthful vibe, while the a mixture of modern and classic furniture give it a more sophisticated edge.

Paint an accent wall in a profound, neutral shade, and set it off with colorful prints and accessories. The dark colour will make the bedroom feel cozy and chic; the vivid colors add a youthful character.

Amp up the glamour with magenta and silver. Add black and white accents to floor the colour scheme. This space is filled with spunky teenage character.

Marie Burgos Design

Rid stripes of their child-like institution by choosing them in modern colors in an oversize scale. The bed adds a natural component, which is a great match to the femininity of the lavender.

Klang & Associates

Another means to modernize stripes is to apply them in more of a color-block style. Choose unique shades and paint each in a different width for picture appeal. The comforter, with its own stripes and polka dots, feels young but updated when set against this particular wall.

Save space and create a room with attitude by lifting up your adolescent’s bed. Add a geometric rug for a retro feel and a couch beneath the bed, along with your kid may never leave!

Kelly Porter

Playful prints and artwork are a excellent way to balance both youthfulness and elegance. If you don’t want to really go all out with multiple colors, consider focusing on one colour and pulling in texture by representing it in a variety of shades and patterns.

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