Coming up with teenage boys bedroom ideas is no easy feat for a parent. You want to give them the creative freedom to express themselves, but there are also practical considerations to take into account, such as study space, storage space and an overall cool look, so he won’t be embarrassed to host his mates. Bearing this in mind, Kids Bedroom Ideas selected 5 inspirational bedroom decor ideas for teenage boys, so they won’t throw a tantrum when its time to re-decor their worn-out bedroom.
What teenager wouldn’t love the licence to graffiti all over their bedroom walls? It’s the perfect way to express yourself during those difficult years when you’re struggling to work out your own identity, plus it creates an irresistibly edgy look. Even if your kid can’t graffiti, he’ll know for sure someone who can. This bedroom will make him the coolest dude in school, the only worry you’ll have is the number of girls who’ll chase after him.
Make the move from ‘kid’s room’ to teen with a grown-up nautical scheme that’s a leap away from nursery-style boats and pirates. Start with a nautical ship-print feature wallpaper as your backdrop, then choose a sturdy wooden bed (or bunk) to give the bedroom a cabin feel. Accessorise with lots of nautical finishing touches, from trunks and chests for storage, to porthole-style mirrors and hurricane lamp lighting. Next thing you’ll know he’ll be rocking his Polo Ralph Lauren shirt and nautical shoes, and joined the nearest regatta.
Every boy loves his baseball caps. And, truth be told, most of them can become a very cool decor feature. With industrial-like walls and white furniture, by hanging the boy’s cap collection will make the room trendy, cool and he’ll probably thrilled about the idea. He’ll maybe ask you for some shelves for his Jordan shoes too, but one step at the time.
For a relaxed and grown-up scheme for a boy’s bedroom, you can’t go wrong with a classic industrial boarding school look. A wrought-iron bed should be the focus of the room, softened with striped wallpaper in school uniform-style colours.
For a failsafe scheme that boys will love, try this fun take on schoolroom style. Choose ‘uniform’ navy blue as your backdrop, teamed with weathered wood boards on the floor. Then add personality with schoolroom-inspired furniture, from locker room metal cabinets for storage to an old school desk. Top it all off with fun accessories from the classroom, such as a bright metal chair, Anglepoise desk lamp and wooden cubbyhole storage.
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