Published at Saturday, January 20th, 2018 - 09:45:35 AM. . By Abella Martin.
If you are feeling creative, you can paint a mural on one of the walls. The mural does not have to look like a fine art painting, a simplified picture of a castle with banners flying would go a long way to give the room a magical feeling. Take a look at your childs coloring or story books for pictures you could use. If painting is not your thing, you may be able to find a wallpaper mural or border with a princess theme.
Remember you are working with a teenager and not a child so bedroom ideas should reflect that. During the teen years preferences will change and it may be hard to keep up with what is in and what is out. Having an area to study, or to just relax and read a book is a great idea for your teenager bedroom. Giving your teenager a space in her bedroom to listen to music and take time to herself is great. You can also include a computer for her to do homework if you would like. This is something that you should only do if you feel she is responsible enough to handle it. Giving your teenager too much responsibility at once can cause her to become lost. Allowing your teenager to help come up with bedroom ideas will help the process immensely.
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