Cute and Cool Teenage Girl Bedroom Ideas

The teenage girl’s bedroom is her castle. It is a place where she can be herself, a place where she can pursue her varied interests and hobbies.  As a girl becomes a teenager, her tastes also change. It’s natural that she would want a bedroom that reflects that change. And as a parent, sometimes you just have no idea and confused about what your lovely daughter really want about her bedroom, right?But no worry, there are lots of teenage girl bedroom ideas available in the internet. Besides that, you cal also mix and match those ideas with you and your daughter idea! Sounds fun, isn’t? And what more? Here are a few teenage girl bedroom ideas to help you enhance your daughter bedroom with some cute and cool style. Take a look!

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Yup, let us start with the first style of teenage girl bedroom ideas and it is about shabby chic. For the teen girl who loves scavenging around at garage sales and finding unique treasures, shabby chic provides an eclectic, unique look to a bedroom. Shabby chic design revolves around the re-purposing of old, and often disparate pieces of furniture. Make these pieces look gently loved through the use of a white, distressed paint finish. Add feminine touches such as floral patterns, the use of pink and other pastels, wicker furniture, baskets and antiques.

Pink Teenage Girl Bedroom Ideas

On the other hand, you can also add zebra accent. Add zebra accents to toile for high impact. For an elegant, yet funky, look in a teen girl’s bedroom consider using toile fabric combined with zebra accents. Toile is a fabric that features pasture scenes, French provincial scenes and even forest themes. It is available in a variety of colors ranging from black and white to red and white. Choose black and white toile for curtains, bedding, and pillows. Add black and white zebra accents such as rugs and wallpaper borders to unify the room. Paint one accent wall a deep red for a pop of color. White trim throughout the room lightens up the space and unifies it for a crisp, clean look.

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Then, last but not least of teenage girl bedroom ideas is do with flowers. Choose retro floral prints from the ’60s for a teen girl’s room. High-impact colors like apricot, orange and teal green provide visual interest. Paint walls a soft apricot color. Follow up with crisp white trim. Cover windows with retro floral prints that combine apricot, orange and teal green. Choose multi-colored floral linens such as pillows, sheets and bedspreads. Opt for teal green accessories such as wallpaper border, lamps, painted shelving and rugs. Okay, these were some teenage girl bedroom ideas for you and your daughter. Like said before, there are tons of teenage girl bedroom ideas that available in the internet! so, don’t stop to surf some another ideas, and ready for remodeling your daughter room. Have Fun!

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77 thoughts on “Cute and Cool Teenage Girl Bedroom Ideas

  1. Elsa

    Depending on the development, you may not be able to too-drastically alter the house color or details.Other than that, I your non-permanent additions will give vistors the contemporary impression (but they may not be that from drive-bys…)A stainless steel mailboxMatte doorModern house numbersLarge architectural plantersBrushed aluminum door hardwareI also stone can be both and contemporary.But, my eternal question… if you are more contemporary, why did you choose on this fashion house, in a “traditional” development?

  2. Sadie Eliana Kalani

    Hope it works! I grow it in 4-inch plastic pots and pop the pots fair in a edifying container after it sprouts. Then I can change the grass out when it starts to brown. Also at this size, plastic pop bottle bottoms the perfect seed sprouting domes. 😉

  3. Amya

    before pic does not but of a toilet & sink; the b/a pics really should be from same angle in same light conditions.the toilet did need replacing, at least to on water bills, although there are more bungalow-style current toilets available. floor did need replacing, as before is wall tile? floor is safer, being matte w grout, and looks cute. paper roll holder is 1950-70 still, vanity is 1980-99, at least vanity should be replaced with pedestal or wall-hung with two legs before this looks cohesive bungalow industrial. light also is too small, not centered, not any other fashion in room, easily changed when accurate vintage shows containers are not recommended for bath, as one has most skin exposed there & bath gets moist & slippery, even with matte tile.

  4. Zakary

    I wish our had “like” buttons because I would hit it on each of your comments.And, for my household at least, “science oven” is totally in contention to over for “microwave” starting tonight.

  5. Keshawn_Nick

    A astronomical resource for stuff this is museum stores. They often things that are enough to be displayed in * spaces, but which are sturdy and fun for kids. Things like:

  6. Hadley.Julianna.Heather

    I acquire been wanting, actually needing a coffee machine and these behold and I am they all brew a cup of caffeinated elixir. My two concerns with the machines that pods are:1) The cost of the pods. What these atomize down to cost-wise per cup?2) Will the pods always be available for a particular machine? Otherwise if they cessation making the pods, my $240 machine becomes useless.Any thoughts?

  7. Tony.Philip.Trace

    I found this so inspirational! He took a regular apartment and transformed it with affordable and accessible items, rather than designer-only spendy ones, and proved that any can become an oasis with some thought, creativity, and some diy know-how. BRAVO!And, AP, bring us more of these!

  8. Harry Draven Y.

    Your grace, modesty and outlooks touch me daily – even through this computer monitor. I in an earlier post, you a example for all of us. And I’m you absorb a forum this to touch so many people’s lives.Hope the negative energy that was dished out in the last day or so will leave your brains soon. It’s not worth any more mental or emotional energy. You’re agreeable people (well I don’t know you, but you as heck seem to be). And the negativity is someone else’s life. for them, but not your problem.So as you for me regularly, I’m sending vibes your way!

  9. OmarDestin

    Modculture: the link was actually sent via IM by a skater friend this morning with a link to cribcandy which only provides a link to the site, so the link absence was not intentional.jenny!: check these out.

  10. Wyatt Joaquin Colten

    This looks and functional and fits the fashion of your home. Could you please give a few details on your experience with your experience with the online kitchen designer?

  11. Darius 1971

    try living in between a river that smells fish, and a cat/dog food plant. and i mean BETWEEN: one block the river, one block the plant. it explains the rent being so cheap…….

  12. Quinton

    @Imwithgreen Yes, Copenhagen and Stockholm will seem exorbitant to most visitors from the US, I would think. The thing is, when I travel to Denmark or Sweden, prices seem so lower than (in Norway). More surprising is that (TYI alert) literally myself salivating and going dizzy in Swedish supermarkets because the choice and quality of food is so higher than at home. Richest country in the world and Norwegians eat relatively poorly.

  13. Emerson.Kamryn.Breanna

    Mosaic housewares! I others feel i many other skills as well: knit, crochet, sculpture, furniture, sewing, and a whole lot more. Chances are if you are crafty and skilled in one area, you the desire and skills to learn more! I am thankful my job as an art teacher has helped me learn more because i am required to it? *

  14. Skylar-Lana-Paula

    Since Disc is so inexpensive these days, I no reason not to import a AIFF or WAV. I recommend having a main drive with your music library and a backup drive of the same library- so that you can update as your library grows.This your music will intact and the resolution it was intended to be heard at.happy listening,

  15. Heath

    I made my laundry hamper out of the crooked chrome sides rails of a recycled salon nail table (to a basic frame) and some canvas. It has multiple compartments, for my dry cleaning and laundry. And it has handles and buttons off to become a mobile bag. It was fun and cheap.

  16. Charlee_Kennedi_Ophelia

    @Green-hat 17 Thank you. I had forgotten it is too.You demonstrated a society decadence, when it is to that exploit is unfair.Rudeness is the of the wild, while politeness of civilization.

  17. Brock_Jean

    How about some floating shelves above the tv? We had a similar in our last apartment, with 2 white floating shelves above the media unit, and it really helped to balance out the heaviness of the tv.We 2 IKEA floating shelves in white, one one long, with the ends aligned. This allowed for us to some vases on the bottom shelf, taking of the staggered effect. It looked great!

  18. Aubree Lexi C.

    Nate is such a talent. His portfolio on his website has some amazingly refined, yet comfortable spaces. I Nate has a distinguished more NY – east – sophisticated while Ty is more laid-back west casual. They both their place. And I choked-up thinking of Nate recounting his horrific experience in the tsunami disaster.

  19. Emmalynn.Ally

    About posting ads on Craiglist: I also done this before. I posted both in the Housing Wanted as well as in the Apartment section.I was specific about what I wanted ( light, hardwood floors, EIK, to subway), how I could and all the ways I was a tenant. When I was looking I wanted to live in Park Slope, Fort Greene, Clinton Hill and Prospect Heights. Despite being extremely specific I got tons of responses from landlords whose apartments did not fit my criteria and were in places Coney Island, Bushwick and Greenpoint (places that are but not where I wanted to live). But then again I was looking at a difficult time AUGUST 1.Apartment hunting requires diversification. In a market bask in NYC you to try everything. So consume brokers, management companies, ask friends, CraigsList ( examine at postings, post your own, troll for bewitching sales), ask at work/church, pound the pavement. It truly is a time job. But when you finally in to your its all worth it.

  20. Yehuda

    What a honor to be included on this website. I hope my ebay auctions continue to intrigue and beget you smile.Its a planet I try to decorate it one room at a time.Visit me online at ebay and I welcome your comments and suggestionsModlifecrisis

  21. Laney

    One of our neighbors in an adjacent building called our landlord to complain about me and my roommate. They claimed to hear us up all hours of the night with loud conversation about * and partying. We had to that those were not topics of conversation that are normally held in our prudish living home – both of us work a ton and to bed relatively early. It turns out another neighbor was up behind most nights watching * and the City with the volume cranked up.

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