There comes a time in every girl’s life when the fairy theme is so last year and a more sophisticated and cool teenage look is wanted.
Here, we show you how to create this gorgeous room design for your teenager. The white base of the room will make the space look much bigger than it probably is, and the pink colour pops really lift the space and give the room a quirky edge.
From the paint and patterns to the layout and final details, here’s how to create this black, white and very pink stylish but practical bedroom for your teenage daughter…
She may have grown out of the pink fairy look, but that doesnt mean your daughter is ready for boring beige. Go for a pictorial wallpaper this design features icons from the worlds most famous cities and is not only on trend, but subtle enough not to dominate the room.
The bold, easy-on-easy-off stickers on the wardrobe doors neatly tie this scheme together. But theyre also a great no-effort way of adding a point of interest to a room particularly if your daughter is likely to keep changing her mind.
Teens, much as they hate to admit it, need somewhere to study. Help her keep make-up and clutter away from the work zone with two desks one acts as a dressing table, while one is kitted out for homework. Make sure she has a good task light and adjustable blinds at the windows to stop glare on the computer screen.
Girls come with a lot of stuff, so fitting as much storage into the space as you can is essential. Shelves behind the bed double as a bedside table and provide room for books and CDs. If its time for a new bed, buy a divan with storage drawers under it.
Go for budget accessories that you wont mind giving to charity shops when she wants a new theme for the room. Keep the look classy by sticking to a simple colour palette, such as greys and hot pink, so the room exudes city chic, not tourist tat.