Anyone with a teen will be all too aware of the problems choosing a theme or colour scheme for their son or daughter’s room can be. Teens, like many children, are fickle – one moment they ‘must have’ a particular colour, style, accessory and with a short space of time are begging for something else because it’s a new trend and they can’t bare the thought of losing their ‘street cred’ with their peers.
Irrespective of the style, theme or colour pallet you like the probability that your teen will ‘hate’ it is considerably high. Working together and coming to a happy medium will please both parties. However, getting to that point can be difficult unless of course you have inspiration from others. While trying to find a solution to the problem I came across this inspiring post by Freshome.
These rooms tick all the right boxes for me and my teens and certainly gave the little grey cells a nudge in the right direction. Budget aside, any one of these inspirational ideas by Eugene Zhdanov can be used as a basis for a positive end result.
Those who think that girls are more finicky than boys are mistaken! They’re just as fastidious as girls; they need a crash pad which oozes style as well as being practical.
Girls who are fed-up with the typical princess theme can still have a trendy bedroom using raspberry pink and black.
Source: Get it cut
For the more outgoing hot pink and black are fabulous colour combinations and allow personality to shine through while remaining bang on-trend.