Do you want to find a way to get your teenager out of bed without a band of wild horses? A simple bedroom painting makeover can make a boring bedroom into a stimulating environment. As we all know, colour is one of the most important aspects of home decor. Colour has a huge physical and psychological effect on our moods. It can be used to stimulate specific feelings — even make people feel more excited and more motivated. Kids and teenagers should be consulted on the colour before bedroom painting — after all, it is their own space.
You have to move all your furniture and tape all the molding and then endure that god-awful smell for days, so before you decide to paint your kiddos room , you want to make sure they won't outgrow it, like, tomorrow. These shades are foolproof colors that'll last them from their terrible twos to their even more terrible teens. Baby blue is for just that—babies. Go with a darker, richer shade of blue that'll make him or her love the room even when they hit the stage where you're not allowed inside of it. See more at Emily Henderson. Fact: If their room is bright and cheerful, they'll be more energized to get their homework done. Pure white can feel a little stark, so warm up the space with an eggshell shade.
It can be hard to find common ground with your teenager on, well, most things. Vintage interior design trends are back in style. Orange and brown are a classic mid-century modern duo. The vibrancy of a bold orange gets toned down when paired with a brown, even in the form of a wood furnishing. The mid-century modern look is everywhere, which means that every furniture and home goods store is embracing its revival.
As your little princess grows to a young adult she may no longer need the sweet fairy decals on her walls or that little bunny theme gracing in her childish room. She may ask some help from you in changing the mood in her room and be more like what she wanted it to be. She may want a more sophisticated look rather than being too girly or a minimal one. These wonderful changes are absolutely understandable. Your sweet little darling has grown to a young adult and although it breaks your heart a little, you are more than willing to help her.