While the concept may sound a little juvenile, a night sky ceiling can actually provide a great touch to your teen’s room. Paint the entire space dark blue and adhere tiny shining stars. You could also create the same effect with a few strands of twinkle lights behind a sheet canopy. Let your teen cover their wall in memorable quotes, lyrics to favorite songs and other non–permanent graffiti. Easily turn any space of wall into a chalkboard with a can of chalkboard paint.
A teen’s room should be more mature than a child’s, but not quite completely adult. Choose decor options that blend the two together – such as a fun headboard. Tufted headboards are a classic style that is both mature and playful, and can even be homemade. One of the best ways to liven up a room is to add a splash of color – and what better way to do so than with a fresh coat of paint? Let your kid pick out their favorite hue. Create an accent wall, or go crazy and paint the whole room.
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