Adults Bedroom Ideas
There is a big gap between being a ‘new teenager’ at 13 and a young adult at 16. A child’s bedroom is likely to change a lot in those short years and just as much as they do! So coming up with bedroom ideas for young adults, taking there room from childish to sophisticated is a bit of challenge.
We’ve rounded up 12 excellent bedroom ideas for adults and older teenagers to inspire you to create rooms that grow with them. As personal space is even more important to your kids, they’ll need a space where they can hang out privately with their friends. And in a space that they are happy to show off.
Make a Versatile Wall Decoration With Floating Shelves
One of the biggest change that goes hand in hand while moving from teenager to young adult is the shift from posters and blu tack to frames. If your children are undergoing this change, create space for them to design their own flexible gallery wall with floating shelves. You can pick up inexpensive versions at Ikea and paint them in the same shade to the walls to help blend them into the background.
Use Floor Space
An accomplished wooden bed with a desk below is the key to use limited floor space, so it’s ideal for smaller spaces. The wood looks great opposite to a rich blue backdrop, while funky curtains and modern furniture add a retro edge.
Create Areas for Work And Play
Rehearsal room, study room, dorm and den, this versatile teenager’s bedroom should have this all. The desk is big enough for two, making shared homework projects easy. You can opt for blocks of strong color and modular furniture, such as a low-level chair and a TV unit on wheels, for a multi-functional space. Sturdy wall hooks are ideal for hanging up skateboards, guitars and other such stuff to create more floor space.
Invest In A Double Bed
If there is enough space in your bedroom, why not provide them a double bed instead of their old single bed or bunk bed? Things that are as simple as adding a larger bed into a room will instantly make it appear more grown up. And they provide enough extra space for son or daughter to sit when they hang out in their room. You can choose a bed with space underneath to make enough space for extra storage.
Memo Board Bedroom Ideas For Adults
You can cover a pin board in a stylish printed ribbon to create a fancy design. And it will also be a space for your teen to display posters and notes without marking the walls permanently. Also, the print can be updated easily to suit their style and interests
Create A Stylish Work Zone To Study
Studies are going to be a big part of your newly turned young adults life and to get ready for university. Create a great and stylish working space in their bedroom with a stylish wooden desk and a fur rug thrown over a chair. You can also include plenty of storage with drawers and a filing baskets to keep all their revision and work in a order – tidy room, tidy mind.
Black Bedroom Ideas For Adults
Young adults interior tastes can often be bright and bold, but sometimes all they want is a black bedroom. Instead of shying away from the drastic color, you should embrace it. Pair it with bright light fittings, vibrant posters and white sheets that will bang against the dark walls. A black bedroom is a bold choice for interior but just remember that the beauty of paint is, if your young adult ends up hating it you can always cover it up.
Create A Place To Relax
A day bed is a unusual alternative to a regular bed, and it makes the perfect spot to hang out for them in their bedroom with friends and relax. Accumulation of glimmering cushions create a space that is cozy, but looks grown up. Include a velvet pouf seat that will multi-task as storage, foot rest and bedside table.
Wallpaper Bedroom Ideas For Adults
Wallpapers are not just for adults. This sophisticated designs create a timeless backdrop in the bedroom, and they also add a grown up touch which looks fantastic when paired with a plush pink headboard. Stylish trimmings on the blinds and cushions add a character.
Personalize Their Space
Keep walls neutral to allow some different tastes as your teens grow into young adults, but keep the place look fun and alive with some personalized touches. White walls do not have to be boring. Hang bunting overhead for a playful feel, and you can also add interest to the walls with framed pictures and photos.
Create More Space For Storage
Provide plenty of storage Storage is very essential in a teenager’s bedroom. In a multi-functional bedroom, a mounted shelve unit with some colorful storage boxes is great for clearing away clutter, and a unit of desk provides a useful mix of closed and open storage. The chest of drawers can be cleverly turn into extra seating space, perfect for when their friends are over.
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