We know that to decorate the room of a teenager is not an easy task, he/she begins claiming its independence and wants an intimate/private and personal space. That’s why we are going to give some small decorative advises which the young man/girl will feel at ease and happily.
Teens are cheerful and happy. So that has to be translated into the wall. Avoid the muted colors or bland. Choose shades of green, blue, beige, pink, peach, lavender, cream or coffee. Depending on the personality of the child you will favor some colors or other. If he/she is very active and you want him/her to be calm, the shades of blue are ideal. On the contrary, If he/she is very shy, use yellow, orange and red to stimulate him/her.
At that age, it is essential to teach him to have ambitions. So hang his/her school successes, such as diplomas, mentions, awards, photos, medals and cups that can motivate you to keep on track in strategic places.
Installs drawers and shelves that they are at your fingertips so you can sort and organize their things. Resort to practical and modern closets to store their seasonal clothing.
Apart from all this, it is necessary to bear in mind two very important things: study and dream.Adapt a space so he/she can study and perform duties comfortably without anyone distract him/her so that he/she can focus easily.
For sleeping and in order to attract the good dream, placed the bed against oriented toward the door. A wooden headboard will make you feel protected. Remember that the rest is vital to ensure that the child grows up healthy and strong.
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