Chic Bedrooms for Teen Girls
A teen girl needs a bedroom retreat that expresses her maturing style. Browse through these chic spaces for some vibrant design inspiration.
Designer Janell Beals updated this girl's bedroom with mature furnishings and a soft, feminine color palette. Classic white furniture and an elegant chandelier present a timeless look that she'll love for years to come.
For the modern girl, clean lines and bold hues work best. The varying shades of green, white and blue create a dynamic space in this bedroom. For a minimalist effect, replace bulky decor with sleek, space-conserving pieces, like this lamp/nightstand combination.
All Grown Up
The antique chandelier, mirrored nightstands and graphic wallpaper bring an adult style to this teenage girl's bedroom. For added edge, various patterns and textures were used throughout the space, from the area rug to the window treatments. The pink accent wall and apple-green headboard break up the classic black and white theme and provide a playful use of color. Image courtesy of Niche Interiors
Black and white mixed with honeysuckle and pale green accents deliver a modern and glamorous look with a youthful flair. Sheer white curtains and soft, curved furniture bring in a feminine touch, perfect for any growing girl. Design by Vanessa DeLeon
Over the Rainbow
Nothing says playful quite like a rainbow of colors. This bedroom keeps the furnishings simple and white, allowing the striped wall and vibrant bedding to take center stage. White accessories provide a sharp contrast for a clean and contemporary look. Design by Judith Balis
Gray is making a stylish comeback, and yellow is a gorgeous accompaniment for the soft hue. Sleek furnishings and modern accessories call for a bold addition, like the black-and-white striped area rug that looks right at home beneath a small ghost chair.
Shades of black, white and red combine to form a childlike space with modern appeal. Clean lines and a smooth, white backdrop allow these basic hues to stand out for a bold and dramatic effect.