30 Room Design Ideas for Teenage Girls

Teenage girls room decorating ideas generally differ from those of boys. But while decorating a teenage girl’s room you should remember to make it look like a princess abode, and remember that a teenage girl’s room is her castle. So since you here we suppose that you are looking for fresh design ideas for pretentious and stylish teenage girls right? In this post we will try to give a hand. For today we’ve gathered together a set of 25 pictures which represent young girls’ rooms. We tried to do a various selection: we went with some serious and sober interiors, but we also gave a shot to the familiar and very popular pink, orange and red arrangements. All of the rooms are practical, featuring working spaces, small bookcases or shelving systems for books and Cds and beautiful cabinets especially designed for teenage girls. Last but not least, we consider the mirror to be a mandatory item in any girl’s bedroom, so in some of the photos below you will notice they have a special status. Even though not all the room design ideas have a particular theme, the decorating elements are very well interconnected creating interiors that are both functional and aesthetic. Have  a look!

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Cool Baby Nursery Design Ideas

French company Vertbaudet specialize in different product for kids and their rooms. Among their products are different elements of decor and furniture for baby nurseries too. To show them to public they designed several different nurseries which I find very cute and attractive. Even if you won’t buy their furniture you might use their ideas to make your baby nursery perfect. Enjoy their designs, I hope they will provide you with some interesting and cool ideas.

Source: DigsDigs

Terrific Young Teenager’s Rooms

Teenagers are hard to please, but this gallery of goodies is bound to put a smile on their face; gorgeous spaces for girls, and cool lad pads full of fresh ideas and new colorways.

 The attention grabbing storage shelves flank every available space, keeping teenage clutter off the floor and schoolbooks at hand when studying.

 The neutrally hued walls are given character with the addition of a typographical theme, which is both fun and stylish, and cleverly draws the eye away from what could have appeared as an unsightly bulkhead. 
 This hot pink and cool gray combination creates a vibrant but balanced scheme that despite its shocking slashes of color does not appear overpowering.
 Another unavoidable architectural bulk is knocked back with the addition of a bespoke shaped platform bed.

 This teenage girls room is filled with feminine patterns, in the fabric of the prettily covered office chair and the delicate wallpaper that backs the work zone and sleeping area. 

 Flourishes of apple green offset the sweet candyfloss shades elsewhere in the décor. 
 Above 11 images via Rusu Ruslan 

 A huge Beatle themed wall mural is complimented by trendy road sign art and a loft-style exposed brick wall.

 Above 3 via My Design Review 
 Via Lumier

A monochrome backdrop is lifted with notes of primary colors red and blue. 

Via Blalank Studio
The palette in this teenage boys room is paired back to make way for loud bedcovers.

Teen Workspaces

Unfortunately, teenage life can’t always be about going out with friends and having fun, these crucial years are also a time to shape future careers and hone a craft; so here is a wealth of teen workspaces to inspire those developing minds!

 Via Alex Gore

This laid-back attic space utilizes space up to the rafters to house an extensive selection of literature and reference books, with the desk situated to take full advantage of the largest source of natural light. 

 A mezzanine level allows more space for study in this shared room, with individual desks skirting two walls of the perimeter. 
 Above 2 via Korisbo 
 Via Team7

This teen dream space has an airy and sophisticated palette, resulting in a calm place to concentrate.

 Via Shumer
 Another shared bedroom has split the floor space with a simple curtain and dividing wall of box shelves, allowing siblings the opportunity either to communicate and collaborate, or gain more privacy to individually hit the books. 

Above 4 via IKEA
Of course, a teen study space doesn’t always have to be shut away in the confines of a bedroom; a neat work area set out in a quiet living room gives the whole family somewhere to take care of business, and also allows you to keep and eye on how your young ones are doing. 

Study Space Inspiration for Teens

Check out these study spaces for teens by PB Teen. We think they’re comfy, age-appropriate, and perfect for quiet study and concentration. The girls’ study furniture is subtly girly with more white and softer colors thrown in, while the boys’ designs tend to appreciate the dark wood desks more and also lay emphasis on sports accessories. Yet, most of the study spaces are equipped with multiple storage compartments, plenty of surface area for books and materials, comfy chairs, a few pops of color and fun design.

Girl Study Spaces

Boy Study Spaces