Published at Monday, January 22nd, 2018 - 07:36:08 AM. . By Dianna Gorat.
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.
Decorations, once you have covered the basics, give your teenager the choices of decorations. Paintings, pictures, and posters as well as mirrors and even trinkets can be a few decorations to use in your teenagers bedroom. Discuss these while you are trying to come up with ideas. This is where your teenager is able make their bedroom match their personality and by implementing her ideas you will find she will be much happier with her bedroom.
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