Try these mature teenage girl bedroom ideas and take your home décor to a whole new level. A pink and white color scheme does not necessarily have to be girly and loud.
You can have ivory sheets, a soft downy blush duvet, plenty of toss pillows to create this teenager’s bedroom. This bedroom design has got a ton of pastel colors with light wood notes to offset it.
With a few planters in there and with some sunlight streaming in, it’s super conducive to a working environment for young adults. It’s sleek and chic, and I just bet that the teen it belongs to has some seriously good taste.
Plus, that metallic tinge from the gold lamps and bedside tables is divine. Let’s hold on to those shades of pink and that divine gold for this next teenager’s bedroom idea.
If you pair that with some grey and white fabric at the curtains and the throw pillows, you’re all set! These two colors paired with some tan and sand-colored wood furniture is all that the room needs to feel your best in your teen years. While I love a few leafy plants in my room, it might not be a great idea to fill your bedroom with too many of them as they emit Co2 during the night. So, to make up for that, you can mount a couple of lovely prints—floral or leafy—and just let the pops of color from them help decorate the room.
You can never hate those pops of vibrant color like purple, lilac, and pink, and you can definitely not love that contrasting shade of yellow to balance the rest of the room. You should consider keeping the walls simple with neutral colors like white and just fill them up with cute frames and knick-knacks for the perfect teen bedroom.
I remember when I was a teen, I was really into bright and bold prints and colors for my room. That’s the thing about wallpaper—it makes it super easy to pull apart and redecorate—something I’m sure a teenage girl is going to appreciate.
While a dog-themed feature wall is a bit out there, something simple and floral like the one you see here can be quite pretty! You can decorate with some really rustic and textured toss pillows and bed covers.
It’s got some wonderfully mellow beige and blush tones that pair really well with that wheat-colored headboard. But don’t forget that one single pop of color the room needs—a bright throw blanket, perhaps? Just look at those exquisite pops of teal, green, orange, fuchsia, yellow…well, all those colors!
A soft grey fringed mat and some cane furniture would also be perfect in this tableau, don’t you think?
Go ahead and add a couple of bohemian wall decor pieces, too, while you’re at it. When you’re decorating a teen’s room, comfort can sometimes get lost in the quest for perfection.
They introduce so many facets to a room, turning something ordinary into elegant and tasteful—like wicker furniture, for example. A couple of wicker reading chairs, a few bohemian cane or jute planters, and that braided pouffy seat on the floor? To soften it up a little, you can string some fairy lights and place a couple of succulents!
While darker walls do tend to make a space seem smaller, they offer a rather interesting color palette to work with.
This pale pink, mauve, and lilac combination does pair well with the navy walls. Then let’s explore some decor ideas that incorporate classy and country into one teenage girl’s bedroom.
Go for dessert themes that include cacti, fringed throws, tan pillows, and a bold bed cover. It’s strong and bold just as it is, but you can definitely add a splash of color—a bright pink rug, or a red futon, perhaps? Pastel interiors can bring that sunshine and cheer into your home and into a teenage girl’s room, too.
Looking for something minimalistic and light, but also full of unique decor style and character? There’s also a mild whiff of the beach from those two driftwood branches hanging above the headboard. Choose different shades of whites and complement them with the palest of pinks, and the odd pop of green from plants.
Check out this lovely canopy of green, leafy foliage right above the bed. It’s super simple to set up—just install a floating shelf a couple of feet above the headboard.
The light cane or wicker finish, the lovely floral design inside, and finally, the matching side table and planter are all to die for. You can top the mattress with soft and fluffy white linen, with some textured cushions, or even colorful ones for added depth.
The soothing mellowness of the pale blue wall is all the room needs to go from good to fabulous. Whether she’s working on her term paper, or she’s designing an outfit, painting a picture, or just listening to music, that workspace needs to be all her’s.
But I think that with enough pastels or even just plain white to balance the two bold colors out, you can really make that combo work. You can make a simple yet beautiful canopy out of lace or tulle fabric.