I remember pouring over the Sears catalog and circling all of the bedding, lamps and wall decor that my heart desired. I thought I would share a few of our finds with you so you can see some fun things to do in your own teenage girls’ bedrooms. To make life easier we are purchasing a few products and to save a little money we plan to DIY a few of these great ideas.
Embrace the 1960s with these fun DIY psychedelic art pieces for your bedroom wall.
With a little paint and tape you can create an impressive accent wall in a teen girl’s bedroom. For a similar but lower-budget idea, check out these free letter art printables from The Peculiar Green Rose that can be framed for a beautiful wall decor option.
Another fun accent wall idea with a simple geometric pattern that requires no measuring or templates. I love the idea of string lights over the vibrant color blocks too!
You’d never guess that this gorgeous wall art is made with toilet paper rolls. Transform an area of her room in one easy step with these beautiful wall hooks!
Turn agate stones into chic bedroom decor that is the perfect place for hanging jewelry, scarves and handbags. I just love green plants, and what better way to add greenery to your room than by combining it with fun wall decor.
Bring a little of the outdoors inside with this zero maintenance faux succulent wall decor that’s fun and easy to make. A simple hand-painted circle is a great way to make her room feel super special! It’s amazing how something so simple can have an incredible impact on the look and feel of your teen daughter’s bedroom. Click here to learn all kinds of crafty ideas from One Crazy Mom. Trendy and functional, these wire and wood shelves look cute and will hold all kinds of stuff to keep your teen girls room organized. Trendy and functional, these wire and wood shelves look cute and will hold all kinds of stuff to keep your teen girl’s room organized.
We recently found some similar in the Target Bullseye Playground (the Dollar Spot) or you can order these on Amazon by clicking the photo above. Easy to do for a short name, but even just having her initials or just one letter would make her bedroom feel more personalized and fun.
These metal marquee letters light up easily with the flip of a switch and some batteries.
A variety of letters surrounded by photos and other items that represent her personality would be a cute idea too!
This 30 inch mirror has a gold frame for an extra elegant *touch* without being overly girly or too “grown-up” looking. Celebrate all the wonderful things your daughter will do in her future with this inspirational map wall print.
Celebrate your daughter’s unique personality and style with this fun “Be You” neon sign. If your house is like mine, space is at a premium and teenage girls can have a LOT OF STUFF with not enough places to put it! This over-the-door organizer is a full-length mirror that easily slips over a door or mounts to the wall and opens to reveal a makeup and accessory organizer that would be perfect for a teenage girl bedroom.
If you click through the photo, you’ll see other options available too – including a similar organizer with lights, plus standing jewelry armoires that offer even more storage ability.
This wire wall grid is a great teen girl bedroom idea. Simply add a new headboard to completely change the look of your teen girls bedroom.