Developing an area for a teen to go to bed, research, and hang outside could be quite a tall order. All adolescents are distinct — some never wish to leave their rooms while some prefer to be anywhere but home. These rooms, intended for sophisticated teenagers in addition to their parents, make beautiful atmospheres that teenagers will be pleased to show off, be comfortable in, and perhaps really love.
1 | Designer: Tania Ahmed
The extended yellowish couch can easily double as a twin mattress.
2 | Designer: Olga Podgornaja
The mossy green sofa appears to be a nod to the pitch.
3 | Designer: Tania Ahmed
Along with the accent wall is a testament to imagination — something teenagers possess in spades.
4 | Designer: HQteam
Shelves can readily be slipped, moved, and removed to adapt various objects.
5 | Designer: HQteam
They have a location for the most necessary accessory for a suburban adolescent: a bicycle.
6 | Designer: FH Studio
This chamber, by the designers in FH Studio is straightforward, but nevertheless has a lively teen sensibility.
7 | Designer: Gluzdakova Maria
Mixing textures in the corkboard wall into the woven carpet and upholstered purple couch makes the room feel just like home.
8 | Designer: Olga Podgornaja
This second area is a cellar bedroom out of designer Olga Podgornaja.
9 | Designer: Olga Podgornaja
The occupant’s love of soccer is surely clear, but not overpowering.
10 | Designer: Gluzdakova Maria
The orange hammock at the window is a very fun escape.
11 | Designer: HQteam
Simple yet innovative wall artwork brings a true hipness into an otherwise plain white wall.
12 | Designer: Gluzdakova Maria
A personal dressing and vanity room is a absolute requirement for any teenager girl.
13 | Designer: HQteam
The innovative slats on a single wall function for a module storage method.
14 | Designer: FH Studio
White cabinets are a simple enough way to conceal any messiness. Not that a teen has been cluttered before.
15 | Designer: Olga Podgornaja
The bed is low to the floor and separated from the remainder of the room using a creative divider element.
16 | Designer: Gluzdakova Maria
Even though it’s somewhat dim, there are loads of areas to get a woman to relax, study, or visit with friends. (No boys allowed( obviously).
17 | Designer: Olga Podgornaja
The area features lots of seats without feeling overly cluttered.
18 | Designer: HQteam
This lime green desk lamp is a carefully selected accessory which provides contemporary flair.
19 | Designer: FH Studio
The blue and yellow motif is a timeless blend but performed in a contemporary fashion.
20 | Designer: Tania Ahmed
Just a small personalization goes a very long way in making a safe space for teenagers where they will actually need to be.
21 | Visualizer: Dima Dolgykh
The next area comes in visualizer Dima Dolgykh and contains a more subtle soccer motif, particularly a love for Real Madrid.
22 | Designer: FH Studio
The yellowish shelving particularly creates an entertaining visual thruline.
23 | Designer: HQteam
Frosted glass bookshelves turn into an otherwise average storage choice to something a little more abstract.
24 | Designer: Tania Ahmed
The overhead lighting fixture is totally creative and never the least bit childish.
25 | Designer: HQteam
Obviously, any fantastic teenager room also has room for analyzing and this desk using a vibrant chair is the ideal one.
26 | Visualizer: Dima Dolgykh
From that angle, the soccer theme is much more subtle, rather the eye is attracted to the teal details.
27 | Designer: Gluzdakova Maria
With this space, from designer Gluzdakova Maria, we get a taste of a specifically womanly teen room.
28 | Designer: HQteam
This very first room, a completely trendy room for a teenaged boy, comes from the designers in HQteam.
29 | Designer: Tania Ahmed
This closing teen area from designer Tania Ahmed will be ideal for a complex adolescent girl.