Published at Saturday, January 20th, 2018 - 09:55:50 AM. . By Abella Martin.
Go with Lighter Colors. When you are trying to create a larger feel, go with lighter colors and pastels. While dark shades can make a space feel cozier and smaller, lighter hues like light blue, soft cream, or pale green can make a small space seem larger. Make Matching a Priority. Bold color contrasts sometimes work well in a bigger space but when you are working with a smaller room it helps to match colors and patterns as much as possible for a more coordinated visual appeal.
When decorating your teenagers bedroom, some ideas that she comes up with might not be what you would have chosen for her. Remembering that this is her area and allowing her to express herself in her room is better than having her frustrated and deciding to go to extremes to find her individuality. Teenager bedroom ideas should come from your teenager, then you can add to it or improve upon it if need be.
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