Putting decorations in a teen’s room can be quite challenging. It is something that must be thought of carefully by both parents and their teens. Allowing a teen to feel empowered over the room’s decoration will help them feel invested in the result. Parents need to make sure that the ambiance is a reflection of their teen’s personality. The perfect room is something that helps them remember their childhood, playful and something that makes it appear as old as they feel. Teenager room wallpaper could do a lot to make rooms fun and vibrant.
Here are the bedrooms that are decorated beautifully by some of the best interior designers for the best relaxation, entertainment, and just rest.
1. In the Zone
This teen room from the interior designer from Melbourne’s Liberty Interior is spacious and well-designed, and it’s grown enough to stay with them even after they leave the house (and it’ll work as well when they return to the house after school). The room is bright and airy with a medium blue wall, which provides a foundation, and it’s decorated in blues, whites, and grays that give the space a sense of coherence. There’s a distinct zone for sleeping, and there’s a lot of room for playing, relaxing, and breathing.
This teen room from the interior designer from Melbourne’s Liberty Interior is spacious and well-designed, and it’s grown enough to stay with them even after they leave the house (and it’ll work as well when they return to the house after school).
The room is bright and airy with a medium blue wall, which provides a foundation, and it’s decorated in blues, whites, and grays that give the space a sense of coherence.
This teen room in Urbanology Design is filled with lighthearted designs, like the macromer wall hanging above the bed and the mix of textures and patterns on the bedside table, the hanging pendant light and the trio of plants suspended on the ceiling, and mismatches on the nightstand.
This teen bedroom from Urbanology Designs is full of lighthearted design touches like a macrame wall hanging over the bed, a mix of patterns and textures on the bedding, a hanging woven pendant light, a trio of macrame plant holders suspended from the ceiling, and mismatched nightstands.
In this lively teen bedroom from Chango & Co., horizontal striped wallpaper, striking wall decorations, and a palette of black and white accented with dashes of primary red, yellow, and blue creates a dynamic feel that is playful enough for a kid without feeling too childish.
4. Floral Ceiling
This girl’s room from the interiors of Judith Balas is decorated with a chandelier and black paint on the walls, and the dramatic ceiling is covered with a dreamy floral room wallpaper in the shape of a huge rose.
5. Clean Lines
This minimalist tween bedroom by Sara Simon from Handsome salt is clean, with black and white hooks on the wall for displaying the ball caps and the hanging chair on the corner, which adds to the relaxed vibe.
6. Pink Retro Style
This cozy teen room from interior designer Erin Williamson Design has a retro feel, with eccentric design touches like the patterned tie-dye effect wallpaper, rattan furnishings, and kilim throw pillow, and a palette of pink, white, and brown that has bona fide ’70s style.
In this shared room of Urbanology Design, vintage furnishings, lighting, and thrift shop art add personality, wit, and timelessness. A modern dressing table, wood floors, and white walls give the room a modern feel.
8. Pink and Blue
This teen room from Mary Patton Design mixes soft pastel blue and pink with white accents to keep it feeling light and bright, and patterned accent pillows and a graphic pouf that add interest and sophistication. A curvy sofa beneath the window provides a dedicated place to relax and hang out, leaving the bed for sleeping.
This teen bedroom from an interior designer, Nicole Rosenberg of Liberty Interiors, is done up in warm and cool tones of gray and silver, with a mix of soft upholstery, tough industrial storage and shelving, witty wallpaper, and a neon slogan over the bed that adds a bit of winking attitude and edge.
A mix of soft upholstery, tough industrial storage and shelving, witty wallpaper, and a neon slogan over the bed add an edge to this teen bedroom designed by interior designer Nicole Rosenberg of Liberty Interiors in warm and cool grays and silvers.
It is possible to make a teenage bedroom feel more adult by using a daybed that is comfortable enough to sleep on while also serving as a hangout space during the day. Erin Williamson Design creates a dreamy alcove daybed corner in this bedroom with a Moroccan-inspired cutout, muted pink paint, an inlaid side table, and a mix of textiles.
10. Wall Mural
In this colorful, comfortable teen room from Mel Bean Interiors, a vibrant blue mountainscape mural sets the tone with mismatched patterns and colorful accents that add dimension and balance the dramatic wall treatment.
11. Cheerful and Bright
With its bright, patterned wallpaper and pastel accent colors on furniture and decor, as well as its bright patterned teenager room wallpaper, this Chango & Co. bedroom is perfect for a young teen. From the upholstered canopy bed in a surprising shade of lavender to the fuzzy pink desk chair, the lemon-yellow throw blanket, and the hot pink and white striped pillows, this bedroom is perfect for a young teen.
12. Come Sail Away
With nautical drawings, nautical drawings, and sailor stripes on the windows, this polished teen bedroom from Curated Nest Interiors carries a nautical theme throughout the space. Despite its grown-up feel, the room is still playful enough for a growing teen because of its classic fireplace, four-poster bed, and vintage trunk.
Powder blue walls, pink accents, and vintage-style furniture make this teen room from Mel Bean Interiors a homey and inviting place to hang out.
The teen room from Sarah Cole Interiors features navy walls, floor-to-ceiling drapes, sculptural lighting, a comfortable bed, a classic wood desk for homework, a sleek mid-century armchair, and a wall-mounted guitar rack.
15. Pink and Yellow
Chango & Co.’s teen room has a cheerful palette of pink and yellow coupled with patterns and graphic lines, as well as plenty of white and pale wood to balance out the bold colors. Matching dressers serve as nightstands and provide plenty of storage.