Designing a teenager’s bedroom is yet another difficult task for parents. You’re going to think and plan carefully to create that one special corner where your kid can enjoy being in there and versatile enough as he grows older.
For a teen boy, the bedroom is not only a place to sleep. He hangs out with friends, playing games, and study in the same room as well. Take a look at our collection of teen boy bedrooms where you can steal ideas so that designing your son’s bedroom becomes a piece of a cake. From the street style-influenced design, monochromatic themes, to neutral palette, we have everything you need.
A teenager must have his own likings—be it sports, music, movies, comic books, etc. Turn his bedroom into a basecamp of his favorite. Use this particular theme through massive wall arts, color palette, and furniture. Even better when the design gets along with his favorite color, like the American football in blue.
From sports to music, a bedroom can have a small corner for the teen to explore his creativity. As for the color, black is undoubtedly masculine but it will need a strong exposure to the light as a balance. In this case, having a white and high ceiling and a large window will help.
The first thing that steals your attention would be the honeycomb-shaped bookshelf in the far corner by the window. Even more interesting since the window treatment has an identical pattern too! Also note that the minimalist-design room actually comes in a rather neutral shade with a lot of patterns for the bedding. Saving the emptiness of the wall is the popping wall art just above the headboard.
For a bookworm with an abundant collection of books, a bedroom must contain bookshelves to keep them organized. Not only useful, but the bookshelves are also a nice decorative element to have—as long as they appear in matching color with the main theme. Using splashes of colors wouldn’t hurt, such as combining the bright lime green with blue navy.
If you have to make a space for two while there is only a narrow space to work with, bunk bed is a win-win solution. Bringing the modern farmhouse style, the bedroom is dominated by white for the walls and ceiling, gray for the bedding furniture, and shabby wooden flooring. The addition of two rounded garden chair is another decoration-wise worth to have.
A set of computer desk and chair is a must-have for every teenager’s bedroom. The Scandinavian-style bedroom has the desk made out of wood and metal frame, bring in a subtle industrial touch to the room. As the bedroom comes in a neutral shade, having many wall décor and ornaments help to fill in the blank.
Don’t forget that teens age is a period where creativity is rushing in. Let him have his quirky yet creative shelves made out of skateboard! Such a perfect design for him who is in love with the hobby. Put his favorite things on the shelves, from his beloved comic books to achievement cups.
Darker tones are risky as it could make a room looks daunted. You need a lot of illumination aside from large windows, such as splashing a lot of popping colors to the room. Window treatments are another thing you can use, not with vibrant colors but with a stylish pattern.
When you don’t have much space left yet you must create proper storage shelves, mount it on the wall rather than putting in on the floor. The floating shelves ensure that the room stays organized, even though it is occupied not by one but two persons.
Whether the room houses more than two persons or for a more decorative reason, you might have to put more than to beds in a room. When bunk bed sounds too traditional, you can try these hanging beds. As the bed floats on the air, you can save some space on the floor as well. Just make sure they were properly installed.
The attic is a tricky space to design, given its low and tilted ceiling which gives the impression of a narrower room. Rather than having too many things, use a long desk that faces outside along the windows. This desk alone can play many roles, from studying, dressing, to art displaying.
Flaunting a strong moody hue, the room is dominated by navy and white with a touch of brown. As the wall is all painted in navy, turn the spotlight around by creating a quirky wall accent made out of a series of framed wall art surrounding the headboard. They create a unique layout with the disruption from the rounded desk lamps.
Navy blue is probably the number one pick for a teen boy. As the design might look boring with only one dominating color, you can use some patterned carpet to cover the floor, patterned window treatment, and patterned bedding as well. Adding popping colors like orange will also help.
The minimalist room has a stylish wall painting which is divided in two: upper white and lower blue. Note that the rest of the room doesn’t go too far from the two colors with a touch wood for the bedframe. The design looks even more interesting with a pair of quirky wall décor that sets the mood right, as well as working as accents to the wall.
Gray is the right color if you don’t want it to be too dark in black and too bright in white. And orange turns out to be a perfect partner for the shade, which makes a room livelier and eye-catching. The splashes of orange everywhere in the room are nice, but what’s worth your appreciation is the rustic touch from the desk and two chests at the end of the bed. The antique nature element blends well in the modern room.
Accent wall remains a good idea to help a corner stands out. You could have any color or pattern you want and it will still fit into the design. Take the accent wall to another level, stack some skateboards above the headboard for a quirky wall décor. They will make a statement to the design, creating a more stylish space for the boys.
Some boys would rather have a neutral bedroom rather than full-painted and bright-colored ones. But one thing you shouldn’t left is to fill in the room with his favorite items. When it’s not enough and the room still looks pretty empty, add a large and comfy sofa will make the room feel cozier.
Another all-gray bedroom idea for boys on the extreme side. While every inch of it seems to be covered in gray with different shades, chances are the room might look boring. However, popping the bright red will breathe some lives in it, even though they’re only for the pillows and a few ornaments.
Nothing is better than having the desk facing the window. Aside from getting a proper natural light, a stylish studying desk is another good decorative element to have. While the desk itself is white, the blue navy chair makes a statement as it looks stand out.
Consists of two colors—blue and white—a bedroom can never look more stylish than this. As the attic bedroom has a vast tilted ceiling, fill in the emptiness with an eccentric statement lighting.
The modern and minimalist room is dominated in two colors: mint green and white. Not only the popping colors that make the design more interesting, but also the unconventional lighting just on the center of the ceiling.
A narrow bedroom must have the right layout to make it less crowded. As you already fill one side of the wall with a large world map, arrange the desk and bed so that they fit well with the long-shaped room.