Smart Tween Bedroom Decorating Ideas
Tweens' tastes can be tricky. Get ideas for a tween bedroom that's both age-appropriate and cool.
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Tween rooms should always have some open, unobstructed space for simply hanging out. Whether it's Ellis and a friend shooting hoops into a basketball net perched above his closet door, or Camille and her girlfriends hula-hooping to Alan's old vinyl records, Amy notices the open spaces get the most use. "Ellis and Alan have long ended the day by a game of basketball with the Nerf hoop in his room. We've replaced it a few times and now have to give the backboard more support as the level of the game has intensified, but it's a kind of wind-down or time together that they enjoy," she says. And in Camille's room, Amy often joins her for spinning LPs. "We feel very welcome in their spaces," she says. "In Camille's, we like to lie in bed and listen to records, or I'll lie there in my old squeaky bed watching her hula-hoop to one of her records."
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