11 Stylish Teen Girl Bedroom Ideas

Pink and gray teen girl bedroom
Hibou Design Co.
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    Stylish Ideas the Entire Family Will Love

    Personalized bedrooms are super crucial to teenage girls. In many homes, it is the only space where they can genuinely flaunt their unique tastes. However, these days, boy band posters and lava lamps don't quite make the cut for savvy teens obsessed with chic decor. How can a parent create the space of their child's dreams? The following teen girl bedrooms feature lots of stylish ideas the entire family will love.

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    An Elegant and Sophisticated Bedroom

    It is a fact; your teenager will eventually grow up. That is why you may want to consider furniture that is versatile enough to work for your child as she matures. Behold this stellar example by ​interior design firm Metal and Petal. The bedroom is a gorgeous blend of the parent's design aesthetic with a few charming characteristics, perfect for a teen on the edge of adulthood. The wavy pattern on the black and white curtains and matching accent pillow is both grown-up and whimsical. Pops of pale pink lends softness to the room without feeling too juvenile. Our favorite feature is the vanity and chair set. It is a modern take on classic Hollywood Regency style.

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    A Splash of Floral Prints

    Create a dreamy teen girl bedroom with these ideas from Laetitia Laurent, of Laure Nell Interiors. Her goal was to keep the space from feeling too girly. Floral wallpaper with a bold oversized print set the grown-up tone. A few boho chic elements, including a wicker egg chair, Aztec-inspired pillows, and the animal wall decor, helped to establish an inviting and playful vibe.

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    A Spot for Slumber Parties

    Here is a teenager's bedroom perfect for sleepovers by Lori Wiles Design. It comes with two twin vintage-inspired four-poster beds—one for the girl who lives here and the second for an overnight guest. While neutral color schemes offer stylish longevity, the room's white, gold, and purple palette is equally classic. Investing in decorative accents with staying power is also a win. Here the interior designer went with luxurious Mongolian fur pillows. 

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    A Dreamy Brass and Lucite Space

    This glam, white, gold, and black teen bedroom will make every girl at school insanely jealous. The space designed by Shelter Custom Built Living is tricked out with contemporary features that even adults will covet like the Lucite four-poster bed and matching hanging chair both with chic brass trim. Flanking the bed are identical nightstands, which coordinate beautifully with the black Mongolian fur pillows. The gray settee at the foot of the bed is undoubtedly a sophisticated feature. A whimsical rabbit pillow softens the sofa's grown up edge. 

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    A Stunning Headboard to Make a Statement

    Nothing completes a stylish bedroom like the right headboard. It is an essential piece of furniture that can instantly personalize a basic bedstand. Lucy Interior Design added a peacock-inspired headboard made of wicker to this teen bedroom. Decorative pillows, lavender bedding, plus two turquoise table lamps illuminate the space with room brightening hues.

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    A Blend of White and Bold Colors

    White walls are the perfect backdrop for colorful decorative accents in this teen bedroom by Lucy Interior Design. A blue patterned bedspread and vibrant pillows punch up the bed—a molded plastic chair in hot pink doubles as a second nightstand. Wall art further personalizes the space. We think every room in a home should have a lovely houseplant. This bedroom has an adorable pink orchid.

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    A Perfect Coastal Bedroom

    The teen girl bedroom in this modern, colonial home by Laetitia Laurent, of Laure Nell Interiors, has a beachy look and feel that works with the teen's sporty personality. It also matches well with the coastal style found throughout the rest of the house. A wall covered in weathered, white wood boards, perhaps bleached by the sun, create the perfect spot to hang a series of beachscape prints. Dip-dyed bedding in ocean-inspired hues enhances the room's seaside vibe.

    Every bedroom should have a comfortable seat—here it takes the form of a faux fur bean bag chair. In casual spaces, you should always consider decorative yet unfussy lighting made of natural materials like this two-tiered fringe chandelier made of cotton yarn.

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    A Space With Impactful Striped Walls

    Five words sum up this teen bedroom by Kerri Rosenthal Interiors: sugar, spice, and everything nice. Soft pink striped walls make a significant impact without overpowering the rest of the space. Framing the full-sized bed is a Parisian-inspired headboard fit for a young princess.

    White furniture and accessories make the most of the small space by creating an open and airy vibe. Our favorite feature is the cloudlike, butterfly chair covered in faux Mongolian fur. Note the ceiling—the interior designer ditched the cheap, flush mount light fixture and elevated the bedroom with a shabby chic chandelier.

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    A Bedroom With a Frameless Sofa

    Arguably the best teen bedrooms can accommodate friends. The right side of this space by Hibou Design Company features a large frameless sofa made up of Moroccan-inspired floor cushions. Two Mongolian fur-covered stools create more places to sit. 

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    An Elevated and Contemporary Bedroom

    Older teens with refined taste can be extremely picky. This bedroom by Karen B Wolf Interiors steps up to the challenge with decorative accessories that feel 100 percent grown-up like the velvet tufted headboard in taupe. The curtains and rug, which both feature a different and contemporary geometric trellis pattern, add another level sophistication. Pops of bright colors, most notably red and hot pink, keep the space feeling youthful.

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    A Monochromatic Teen Bedroom With Custom Storage

    You do not have to incorporate a lot of bold colors into a teenager's bedroom. This monochromatic example by Karen B Wolf Interiors combines layers of soft lavender with several hints of whisper gray. The result is a soothing and relaxing bedroom designed for a good night's sleep. Plenty of storage space is also essential. On the left are two smart solutions. First, there is the custom built-in shelving unit with a mini dresser, ideal for storing T-shirts and underwear. Next is the charming window seat with storage drawers perfect for stashing jeans.