Published at Tuesday, February 26th, 2019 - 00:03:33 AM. Kids Beds. By Eydis Rodriguez.
The simplest of twin sized bed frames in some masculine colors is perfect for the teenage boy. Plus, a little mustard yellow in the bedding keeps the dark blues and greys from feeling cold. Placed against a light exposed brick-inspired wall with some surrounding floating shelves for convenience, this bed works for the boy-who-is-becoming-a-man. For the teenager who needs to study, who enjoys studying, or who simply wants to look studious at some points during her evening, a raised loft bed with computer desk setup underneath is an excellent choice. This is also an efficient use of space, as multiple tasks can be completed within one real estate “footprint.”
For some teens whose families inhabit homes that are short on bedrooms, their bedroom must double as a guest bedroom as well. This can be tricky for the teenager who wants his/her own space but must adhere to parental approval. A queen-sized bed with a low profile is pretty versatile in its aesthetic. It looks casual and cool for the teen and can look contemporary and inviting for guests. Anytime you can program “messy” into the design of a teen’s bedroom, do it. (Because, for many teens, that’s how it’s going to look anyway!) This bold red bedding in the corner of the bedroom gives a great energy to this urban-feeling space. Graffiti and/or wall art mural-age near the bed itself makes the unmade bed actually look styled. This free pass has got to be magical to most any kid.
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