Over and over again, I hear how hard it is to decorate for tween-age girls. I’m a long ways from that point, but definitely up for an imaginary decorating challenge! When I saw this bedroom by stylist Sarah Gunn featured at House of Turquoise, it seemed like the perfectly decorated solution to the tween girl bedroom dilemma.
There are a lot of great ideas for tween bedroom decor in this bedroom. It’s got a fresh color scheme that manages to be full of color without being overwhelming. The furniture is simple, easily transitioning from child to teen. It has some good storage options and fun ways to display projects and interests. And I appreciate the reality of this room: it’s a small space (like many of the bedrooms in our own homes) that is packed with style.
Pottery Barn sells these patchwork pin boards like hotcakes. My Simple Obsession shares a tutorial for making your own.
Just Keep It Simple shows you how to make funky letters from string similar to the ones in my inspiration photo.
In the bedroom pictured, storage doubles as seating, achieving a more grown-up look than the traditional toy bench. See a tutorial for something similar at Achieving Creative Order.
The side table functioning as a bedside table manages to look super feminine thanks to it’s curvy legs. Savvy Young Something gave a similar table a gorgeous update.
I love the coral chevron shade in my inspiration photo. Check out the no-sew tutorial for one at The Remodeled Life.
What’s your favorite element in this bedroom? What do you think of the painted ceiling?