An unexpected array of browns, silvers, and mauves reign in this muted teen girl bedroom, keeping the look contempo-classic.
Kid-friendly rooms can still have style. For a pink-obsessed 4-year-old, this homeowner pumped up the color but stayed away from traditional children's furniture and bedding. Two antique Jenny Lind-style beds were painted white, then dressed with sophisticated linens from Matouk. Vintage rocking horses found at a flea market lend an unexpected whimsical touch to the walls.
Bed linens, Matouk
Candy-hued furniture, a polka-dot rug and pastel striped walls pile sweetness into this colorful girl's room.
Can't decide on which pattern to choose? Go for them all, as long as they share a similar hue. This girl's bedroom sweetly illustrates the power of multiple designs. (Keeping the flooring color neutral can help keep the space from looking too busy.)
How's this for a girl's room with retro appeal? We love how tightly patterned wallpaper, chartreuse shag carpet and furniture rescued from grandma's basement combine to create a teen bedroom in which the '70s never died.
A romantic cottage-style bedroom set looks sweet in an all-white teen girl's space, equipped with a vintage vanity table.
A pretty picket fence headboard, light purple walls and a flowery hanging quilt can take a girl from preschool through middle school: It's a room with long-lasting sweetness.
A clever setup for twin teen girls, this bedroom melds traditional details (wrought-iron beds, floor-to-ceiling curtain swaths, an ornate chandelier) with modern fixtures (white tiled flooring, an expansive wraparound desk, sturdy office chairs).
An extra bed for overnight guests, a smart stacked-locker-dresser configuration, piles of blue-hued patterns—this funky bedroom is brimming with teen style.
Mini-striped wallpaper in shades of orange and green keep this girl's bedroom from looking overly frilly. A daybed set atop storage drawers and copious shelves and cabinets make the space as practical as it is pretty.
The classic motif gives a teen girl's bedroom a time-honored (not time-worn) air. To update the look without stripping the paper, opt for more modern furniture with cleaner lines and swap the traditional patterned rug for a bold, solid one.
Chunky painted vertical stripes and blond wooden furniture anchor this contemporary bedroom alcove. The bedding and accessories offer added color and pattern, though could be swapped for lighter colors in summer or whenever it struck the teen's fancy.
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