#61. Like A Dream Come True
Floating on cloud nine in the safety of your own personal bedroom is a creative way to prepare yourself to spread our wings and soar into the clear blue sky with our hopes and dreams grasped tightly in between our sweaty nervous fingers. After all, you can never over-prepare for your dreams to come true!
#62. Got Your Head In The Game?
There are two entirely different types of teens. Careless teens who think rebelling against anything and anyone is the key to survival through this weird puberty phase. And they’re teens who are practically saints and do not engage in any sort of illegal or unethical activities, instead, they got their head in the game and focus on making sure they end up with a bright future. Starting with studying hard day and night like workaholics until they make it to the honor list and end up with a scholarship to the university of their dreams. If your teen is quite the busy bee with school work, then maybe you should consider this as an idea for your teen’s bedroom where they can have studied from the comfort for their own chamber.
#63. Double Trouble
Picking out the right design for one teen gives you a headache big enough that even coffee wouldn’t be able to make it go away. Imagine you have to deal with the double that trouble by having two teenage sons! Tell me about it! This might be the scariest scene if you put it in a horror movie or something. Anyway, like every other mega problem, there are plenty ways to approach it. Why not consider bunk beds and two study desk as an idea for a boy’s shared bedroom?
#64. Nothing Goes To Waste
When you are dealing with a really small room, you will inevitably get obsessed with saving up every millimeter and employ it with a specific function. It becomes illegal to waste any vacant space, not even corners! You simply get a custom made corner closet that goes all the way to the roof looking slick and storing your teen’s clutter.
#65. Challenge Accepted!
Designing a bedroom in a space with ridiculously small dimensions is a challenge, however, a small shared bedroom is the biggest challenge you can ever face! Stack it up with a daybed that can be easily transformed into two sleeping beds as a solution for the impossible crisis you are facing.
#66. Thinking Outside The Rectangle
Have a small vacant space and in desperate need of your own fort of solitude? Don’t fear, help is here! With the foldable desk and the tiny bed, you can cast magical spells with this interior design idea. Don’t be shy to spice it up with little wall decorations that reflect who you really are and what are you interested in. Free wall shelves for your bookish obsession or aesthetically perfect paintings for your inner artist screaming inside of you etc….
#67. Nicely Narrow
Being a super mom at home doesn’t only imply that you have exceptional skills in cooking, cleaning, and laundry. It means that no problem ever can stand in your way. Including interior design in the “no problem ever” category, here’s this cozy space to turn into a neat narrow teen bedroom design idea. It has everything the average teen needs and shelves for their precious collectibles whether they are retro music albums, wild novels, or geeky collectibles that are forbidden to be let outside the box or else they would lose their value.
#68. Netflix And Chill
I don’t know if you guys heard this famous phrase before: “Netflix & Chill”, which is spread among teens these days, but it definitely has chilled in it. It might imply something else rather than watching Netflix marathons all night but some teenagers still actually spend their night relaxing at home while watching a movie marathon as an indoor lazy day activity after a brutal week. And what screams relaxation better than the tortilla brown hue and the cornflower blue?
#69. Bunk Bed Buddies
For a shared room with no enough space for both beds and a study desk at the same time, you can simply apply the bedroom idea above so that you won’t be forced to give up any feature! You can have it all.
#70. Peach Perfect
You can never go wrong with a peculiar peach shade of orange and a typical bedroom layout while designing your son or daughter’s bedroom. It’s a sexually neutral color that can be used for both female and male teens and that’s why it is favored by a lot of people.
Picking out the right teen bedroom is not an easy task, however with the help of the list above it hopefully wouldn’t be as hard as you thought it would be!