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When it comes to teenage girls’ bedrooms, there is no such thing as a one-size-fits-all solution. If Mean Girls taught us anything, it’s that teen cliques/ groups/ squads have their own distinct style and yes, this applies to your teenage girl’s bedroom design ideas as well as her wardrobe choices. If you have more than one teenage girl living at home, then chances are their ideas about decorating are quite different – while one wants brightly coloured walls, patterned accessories or vintage/ shabby-chic florals, the other will hone in on dark wall paint, edgy prints and pieces of rough-luxe design. So, if you’re wondering how to make the transition between princess-style little girls rooms and bedrooms for contrary teens, we figured that you might want a little decorating inspiration.


Teenage girls’ bedroom decor should be different from a little girl’s bedroom. Designs for teenage girls’ bedrooms should reflect her maturing tastes and style with a youthful yet more sophisticated look and need to be very stylish, modern, fashionable and vibrant with energy. If it is possible, you can get your teenager involved in the decorating process. Your teen’s room will be her sanctuary, and should be designed with her best interests in mind. Here we have some greate inspirations for your reference!


A stylish bedroom with the functionality that will allow you to relax, move around, organize you clutter, accommodate your friends is the one you need. If you are a parent looking for a special bedroom design for your daughter, or a young lady who is searching for inspiration in designing your own bedroom, worry not. We have here 20 Stylish Teenage Girls Bedroom Designs where you can get great ideas and versatile concepts to be inspired with.


Not all girls want pretty pretty bedrooms – in fact, plenty of teenage girls want their bedrooms to reflect their more grungy and edgy personal style and, to be clear, this doesn’t mean pink walls and floral bedding. But rough-around the edges can be stylish, too, as this industrial decorating scheme, that draws on street art and rough-luxe finishes shows. Build on some graffiti-style wallpaper with a metal bedframe, wire lockers for storage, a factory-style light and denim-finish bed linen, and you’ve got an urban teen girls bedroom with a warehouse vibe. Easy.


Bring street art style inside Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Not all girls want pretty pretty bedrooms – in fact, plenty of teenage girls want their bedrooms to reflect their more grungy and edgy personal style and, to be clear, this doesn’t mean pink walls and floral bedding. But rough-around the edges can be stylish, too, as this industrial decorating scheme, that draws on street art and rough-luxe finishes shows. Build on some graffiti-style wallpaper with a metal bedframe, wire lockers for storage, a factory-style light and denim-finish bed linen, and you’ve got an urban teen girls bedroom with a warehouse vibe. Easy. Get the look Buy now Beatnik Bed, £945, Loaf Buy now Graffiti Wallpaper, from £26m,Photowall Image credit: Chris Everard


Not all girls want pretty pretty bedrooms – in fact, plenty of teenage girls want their bedrooms to reflect their more grungy and edgy personal style and, to be clear, this doesn’t mean pink walls and floral bedding. But rough-around the edges can be stylish, too, as this industrial decorating scheme, that draws on street art and rough-luxe finishes shows. Build on some graffiti-style wallpaper with a metal bedframe, wire lockers for storage, a factory-style light and denim-finish bed linen, and you’ve got an urban teen girls bedroom with a warehouse vibe. Easy. Get the look Buy now Beatnik Bed, £945, Loaf Buy now Graffiti Wallpaper, from £26m,Photowall


One for the colour-shy teenage girls out there – some girls just know from the get-go that monochrome is the epitome of chic style. Apart from the lack of colour, there is nothing retiring about this bedroom though, which mixes pattern like nobody’s business to amazing effect. We are particular fans of that striped drawer unit – ideal for storing a growing wardrobe and make-up collection!


Energetic, fun and girly (without being too sugary), this teenage girls’ bedroom is packed with saturated colour, destined to make your teen smile (even if they won’t show you that). This space has a a grown-up feel, but isn’t too serious, courtesy of certain decorative flourishes that add a whimsical finish – we’re looking at the curlicues on that chair and the light-hearted prints on the wall. The end-of-bed storage bench is ideal for hiding clutter, too.


Encourage optimism with bright florals Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Energetic, fun and girly (without being too sugary), this teenage girls’ bedroom is packed with saturated colour, destined to make your teen smile (even if they won’t show you that). This space has a a grown-up feel, but isn’t too serious, courtesy of certain decorative flourishes that add a whimsical finish – we’re looking at the curlicues on that chair and the light-hearted prints on the wall. The end-of-bed storage bench is ideal for hiding clutter, too. Get the look Buy now Wrought Iron Chair, £62.99, Maisons du Monde Buy now Orla Kiely Bed Linen, from £65, Amara Image credit: Simon Whitmore


Energetic, fun and girly (without being too sugary), this teenage girls’ bedroom is packed with saturated colour, destined to make your teen smile (even if they won’t show you that). This space has a a grown-up feel, but isn’t too serious, courtesy of certain decorative flourishes that add a whimsical finish – we’re looking at the curlicues on that chair and the light-hearted prints on the wall. The end-of-bed storage bench is ideal for hiding clutter, too. Get the look Buy now Wrought Iron Chair, £62.99, Maisons du Monde Buy now Orla Kiely Bed Linen, from £65, Amara


Light pink and grey bedroom for teenage girls. Decorate the wall with paper butterflies in pastel colors, the framed wall art, a white round decorative mirror in right size.


Your bedroom is a place where you love to do things your way, especially if you are a teenager. So let yourself be expressed in every detail of your room. For parents, make sure to work closely with your teenage daughters when designing their own rooms. Hearing them out, letting them pick the colors for their room will mean a lot to them. Designing it with your teen is an opportunity for you to know more about her. Make it as colorful as you want to show your energy and excitement. Or you can make it simple with minimal theme for a mature ambiance. You can also choose to show your artwork, your musical instruments, or beloved mementos as part of your accessories as shown on some of the pictures above. Be free and keep your youthful thoughts. Reflect your personality without compromising the functionality in creating your own stylish bedroom.


This neat bedroom retreat is a great way to bridge the gap between a little girls room and a more grown-up bedroom style. The casual country style benefits from the mix-and-match of textiles, while the black metal bed frame rolls back the girliness of the scheme a little bit. Get the look Buy now Oliver Bed, £325, Feather & Black Buy now Casadeco Lily Rose Wallpaper, £40 a roll, Wallpaper Direct


If you’re searching for teen bedroom ideas, think about what your teen loves and see their bedroom through their perspective. A teenager has a different view of a bedroom than an adult — beyond a place to sleep, it’s where a teen escapes from the world of demands and rules.


Sedate and restful are good, general concepts for adult bedroom design, but teenagers prefer a bedroom that’s fun and a signature of who they are. The number one response to what personality aspect a teen wants to express through their room was “creative”, while calm came in almost last. Bold, imaginative elements will excite a teen like nothing else. Some unique teen bedroom ideas that add fun to a room include:


Fresh, fun, colourful and cool – this bedroom has teenage girl’s decorating style down. The ice-white walls and painted wooden floor are the perfect base for a mad mix of patterns and textures across wall art, floor coverings and bed linen. But there’s nothing overwhelming about this space – it’s just young and playful, like the teen girl it’s designed for.


Pom-poms, polka dots, bunting and crochet might sound like a little too much to have all in one space, but treated right and these fun prints, patterns and textures can create a bright and brilliant bedroom for a teenage girl. Balance warm orange and yellow tones with pale blues and expanses of white, if you don’t want it to feel overwhelming. However, it’s an ideal space to let your teen play with design options.