Teen Boys Bedroom Ideas

Teen Boys Bedroom Ideas

But….if you happen to be planning a room for a teen or tween boy…let me warn you: finding examples of good design for these guys is a little bit like finding a snow leopard in the wild. You’ll be searching for a while. Not having any teenage boys myself, I’m not sure why this is. Is it because they don’t want anyone to interfere with their space? Because their rooms are never clean enough to be photographed? Are moms of teen sons too busy keeping the fridge stocked to blog about their bedroom decor? Or are we under the impression that there’s nothing interesting about rooms for teen boys because ruffles and pom-poms aren’t going to be part of the scheme? Well, if that last scenario is the case, let me call it out for the myth it is. I’ve been on the hunt for terrific design in teen boys rooms, and–even though I had to look high and low–I’ve found some pretty awesome examples of bedrooms for teen boys. Enjoy!
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Teen Boys Bedroom Ideas

Photo By: Courtesy of Mykea Poster Focal Point The large framed poster above the bed is the focal point of this teen’s bedroom, bringing in the only source of bold color. Design by Michael Moeller. Play DJ Music enthusiasts will appreciate the opportunity to customize standard Ikea furniture with these DJ-themed decals. Use the drawers to store a vinyl collection or just clothes. It’s cool either way! Photo courtesy of Mykea Caddy Shack Got a teen boy who’s always hitting the links? Designer Laura Bendik amped up the argyle here as a nod to the pasttime. Golf clubs mounted over the bed are also a fun accent. A Headboard That’s Not Boring Teens’ tastes are always changing, and what’s hot one day is so over the next. Luckily, decal headboards are an easy way to to change up the look of a room without spending a fortune to keep up with trends. Photo courtesy of Blik Wall Graphics License to Drive There’s nothing more exciting for a teen than finally getting that driver’s license. Celebrate their newfound freedom with a wall decal of their favorite vintage car. Photo courtesy of Dali Wall Decals Game On Wall decals are also a great way to break up the space in a room. Create an arcade corner with a TV, their favorite gaming system and decals of retro video game characters. (Beanbag chairs optional.) Photo courtesy of Blik Wall Graphics Surf’s Up This surfer’s room is perfect for the beach-loving boy. RMS user lizardshop used a projector to trace and paint the mural on the wall. Energy All Around The round shape of this room, designed by Yvonne Lane, adds some dimension, and the dark, bold color scheme brings energy into the room. Gadget-Friendly Bedroom Designer Candice Olson designed this hip bedroom for a gadget-loving teen. Not only is this a cool bedroom, but also a fun place to hang out with friends. A Bold, Modern Look RMS user flgirlaol designed this bold, colorful room for her son. The furniture and accessories give the space a modern look. Slam-Dunk Bedroom Allow your teen to express his hobbies with a themed bedroom, like this basketball-themed room. The bold colors along with the life-size sticker on the wall make this space a fun hangout. Design by Courtland Bascon.
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Teen Boys Bedroom Ideas

Poster Focal Point The large framed poster above the bed is the focal point of this teen’s bedroom, bringing in the only source of bold color. Design by Michael Moeller. Play DJ Music enthusiasts will appreciate the opportunity to customize standard Ikea furniture with these DJ-themed decals. Use the drawers to store a vinyl collection or just clothes. It’s cool either way! Photo courtesy of Mykea Caddy Shack Got a teen boy who’s always hitting the links? Designer Laura Bendik amped up the argyle here as a nod to the pasttime. Golf clubs mounted over the bed are also a fun accent. A Headboard That’s Not Boring Teens’ tastes are always changing, and what’s hot one day is so over the next. Luckily, decal headboards are an easy way to to change up the look of a room without spending a fortune to keep up with trends. Photo courtesy of Blik Wall Graphics License to Drive There’s nothing more exciting for a teen than finally getting that driver’s license. Celebrate their newfound freedom with a wall decal of their favorite vintage car. Photo courtesy of Dali Wall Decals Game On Wall decals are also a great way to break up the space in a room. Create an arcade corner with a TV, their favorite gaming system and decals of retro video game characters. (Beanbag chairs optional.) Photo courtesy of Blik Wall Graphics Surf’s Up This surfer’s room is perfect for the beach-loving boy. RMS user lizardshop used a projector to trace and paint the mural on the wall. Energy All Around The round shape of this room, designed by Yvonne Lane, adds some dimension, and the dark, bold color scheme brings energy into the room. Gadget-Friendly Bedroom Designer Candice Olson designed this hip bedroom for a gadget-loving teen. Not only is this a cool bedroom, but also a fun place to hang out with friends. A Bold, Modern Look RMS user flgirlaol designed this bold, colorful room for her son. The furniture and accessories give the space a modern look. Slam-Dunk Bedroom Allow your teen to express his hobbies with a themed bedroom, like this basketball-themed room. The bold colors along with the life-size sticker on the wall make this space a fun hangout. Design by Courtland Bascon.
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Teen Boys Bedroom Ideas

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 and the cost of redecorating when they reach GCSE age and are mortally embarrassed by the wallpaper they chose when they were 13. Whether it’s an inspiring study corner, a place to lay their head or storage options to curtail even the messiest of teenagers, we’ve got some great teenage boys’ bedroom ideas to inspire you. The many roles of a teenage boy’s room For a teenage boy his bedroom is like a fort protecting him from the outside world. It’s a place where he can go to get some private space or hang out with friends and siblings. It’s also a place where he can start to express his own identity separate from the rest of the household. This could be by putting up posters, showing off collections, choosing a striking duvet cover or using his favourite colours on the walls. That said, teenage boys’ bedrooms also need to be practical, especially if your teenager is at the age when he needs to study for exams, so good storage and a desk area are a big plus if the room is big enough. How to tackle the changing tastes of teens When choosing a decorating scheme for a teenage boy’s bedroom, bear in mind that a young teenager’s tastes will change as they get older so it might be a good idea to go for a wall colour that’s easy to live with and update the look with accessories, rather than having to redecorate every couple of years. Of course if you’re happy to redecorate – or, better still, your teenager is happy to do it themselves! – then let them be as adventurous with paint colours as they like. After all, it’s only paint and easy enough to paint over when the time comes for a more grown-up scheme.
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Teen Boys Bedroom Ideas

Designing a teen boy bedroom is rather a difficult task because it’s not easy to please a teenager, to make the room functional and stylish. Puzzling over what style to choose? Then try modern, industrial, minimalist and just add bright and neon touches to make it look teen-like. Choose a stylish industrial pipe bed and cover it with some colorful bedspread, create efficient storage ideas – under the bed, under the windowsill, make floating shelves. A great idea for any teen room is to express and reflect the tastes and hobbies of your kid, so display surfs, sport balls, sport clothes or prizes, musical instruments and so on. Get inspired by cool ideas below!
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Teen Boys Bedroom Ideas

Let’s be honest teenage boys are not the tidiest, their rooms are usually messy with little thought for the style of the room. Teenage boys will always want a bedroom that looks cool as well as being practical and comfortable. In today’s article we’ll be looking through 30 Awesome Teenage Boy Bedroom Ideas, these bedrooms are fantastic color schemes and decor ideas.
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Teen Boys Bedroom Ideas

Lyz, I think it can be done. I would not do any sort of a themed room because of the age differences between the boys. Instead I would focus on great color and textures that boys would like. Not neon, or you will get a headache just walking in there. Since the room is so big I would use furniture with lots of storage between beds instead of nightstands. So each kids has a storage dresser for stuff and not just a dresser/armoire for clothes. I would probably paint all the closet furniture in the room the same color as the walls, to help them disappear a bit, in my head I am seeing orange, it sounds cool… Of course this is all just thinking out loud. I would need to see the space to really know what I would do but at least you have some ideas. I think it can be done. Find some pictures of kids rooms with multiple kids in the space and pick and choose what features of the room you like and what you don’t. p.s. I would suggest building in a closet, I don’t think it would be that hard, you obviously have the space and it might save your life…

Teen Boys Bedroom Ideas