How to design a teenage bedroom
The room design a teenage bedroom can vary greatly, depending on the interests and the girl’s personality. Childhood room upgrade from a girl to better reflect its adult present condition, will that young people feel is more like in your room and give you a room that is an expression of herself. Working closely with the teenager to get inspiration and then design a room that is it matches best.
See home design magazines with the teenager in search of inspiration. Go through the images, the demolition of all those who appeal to it. With regard them pages that have started, determine which combination of colors, the type of furniture and decorative items for the smaller classes, such as wall art or area rugs, the teenager is said. Based on these results, make a list with the combination of colors, furniture and decorative items that will look to decorate.
The teenager asked separate list of your favorite activities, hobbies and public figures such as recording artists, actors and athletes.
To keep the pages of magazines and torn notes from a notebook to take their inspiration materials with you to buy supplies and decorative items.
Remove all furniture, bedding, carpets and other items in the room, being replaced by new items. Put all the old photos, artwork and teenager school work samples do not want to display in the store. Donate toys for local charities, keeping the old favorites storage.
Paint the room in the chosen color scheme. Place the tape canvas and tape, plastic along the bottom of the base plate to make straight lines. Paint over existing paint with paint the color scheme chosen, using a coat of primer if the new color is lighter than the color of old. Allow the first coat to dry completely before applying a second coat.
Buy new furniture items adolescent progress will be needed in their studies: a table, bookshelf and desk chair, using the binder of inspiration to select the desired styles. Select a new bedspread and matching sheets, and a rug to complement the new color scheme, looking for styles and patterns that conform to the ideas that are the inspiration folder.
Hang a bulletin board on the wall above the table to give the teen the freedom to decorate with items such as postcards or photographs it collects. Buying picture frames in neutral colors or colors that reflect or complementary color combination. Encourage your teen to fill the frames with photos of family and friends.
Buy additional decorative items such as posters, pictures, clocks, candles, vases or framed art, reflecting the favorites that are shown in the adolescent list.