Here are few options that you can take cues from, in order to decorate your teenager’s room in a not-so-monotonous way.
It is essential for you to bond with your child, in order to take collective decisions, so that your child does not feel left out. You may let your child bring in the ideas but ensure that they clearly know as to who will be having the last word on the final decision-the parent. Begin the process from the beginning so that both you and your teen does not feel like you’re stepping on an alien territory. Be it suggestions, loud thinking or research work, keep reminding each other to have an open mind and to basically have fun in the process.
It is always easier to first decide on the base colour scheme of the room, and accordingly, other colours and coloured materials can be brought in. The ideal choice is to have a subtle or light theme which will blend in with all kinds of tastes your kid might want to opt for. Be it splash of colours, a bit of gothic effect or even with the patterns and designs of the bedsheet and cushion covers, think from an everyday perspective. Also, a room tends to look more spacious and airy with a soft base that sets a neutral tone.
Teenage Room Decor Ideas 2016-2017