As a parent, you need to use your experience and your skill to makeover your teens’ bedroom when they become interested in having a more grown-up space that fits their ages. Allow them to express themselves and teach them to learn responsibility.
Your first discussion with your teens might be surprising you because they have plenty of ideas. If they didn’t come with any ideas, ask them to invite their friends to join the discussion. Listen to what they want, and do not immediately say “no” to the ideas that they propound even their ideas might cost you a lot of money. Use your brilliancy to help your teens to realizing their dream bedrooms.
Decide the things that have to be at their room, like a dressing table, bookshelf, study area, free space to hang out with their friends, and off course a brand new set of bedroom furniture. Explain them about the budget you provide, give some alternative ways to lower the cost and make sure they participate in the whole process of bedroom makeover.
Going to garage sales, secondhand shops, and flea markets to find some items that look cool but cheap is also a smart choice. Try to suggest them using the old furniture by painting the furniture with a new light color or using some creative ways such as sponge-painting, stencils, or wallpaper. Maybe your teens will choose a strange color that you never thought before. Fulfill what they want as long as you can tolerate.
Get everything organized before starting to decorate. The most important thing is to give your teens opportunities to express their own creation of creating their dream bedroom.
Take a look at some pictures that we collect for you. They might bring some ideas to makeover your teens dream bedroom.
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