Kids spend a lot of time in their bedroom, so make it an upbeat place to study, sleep and hang out with a Scandi style scheme that they will love for years to come.
It doesn't cost much to create a space your teenager will love. The right textiles and soft furnishings will add on-trend colour, pattern and fun.
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Go for a geometric rug for colour, cosiness and cool Scandi style. And, they can take it away with them to uni. The velour-effect pile gives it a subtle shimmer that’s sure to impress even the fussiest teen.
Nothing lifts a room more quickly or inexpensively than a pretty patterned duvet cover, and the fabric is rich in 180 thread count cotton, so it feels extra soft and cosy.
This double bed frame puts a modern spin on the classic winged headboard shape. Ideal for creating a Scandi look on a budget, this simple and versatile bed will suit all kinds of colour schemes.
The chest of drawers
Grey-coloured furniture works in all schemes, so it's a great foundation in a teenager's ever-changing bedroom.
This Scandi mirror is oh-so cool. Add a subtle hint of modern abstract art to your walls with this eye-catching circular mirror.
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Will you be adding Scandi style to your teenager's bedroom? We think they'll love it, and you will, too!
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Jennifer is the Deputy Editor (Digital) for Homes & Gardens online. Prior to her current position, she completed various short courses a KLC Design School, and wrote across sister brands Ideal Home, LivingEtc, 25 Beautiful Homes, Country Homes & Interiors, and Style at Home.
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