How to Have a Perfect Bedroom (Teen Girls)

Five Parts:Changing the colorIncreasing the comfortMaking a study zoneAdding storage spacePersonalizing your space

Do you like your bedroom, or is it just not good enough? Do you wish you could make it look like the one you dream about? Well, this article will help you get a perfect bedroom!

Part 1
Changing the color

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    Paint your room or wallpaper it or use both if you want to and you are able. Paint and wallpaper can really help you achieve your perfect room, however, it isn't necessary. If you're allowed to paint your room, choose a colour that you like and that reflects you. If you aren't allowed to paint/wallpaper your room, hang some fabric on the walls, or just put up some posters and pictures that you like. You could also buy removable wall stickers to help give your walls some interest. These stickers are easily removable, and you can switch them around as much as you'd like.
    • Don't think you want to stick with a color for long? Instead of painting the walls a bold color, paint them white. What you can do is buy some blinds and put transparent curtains (of your favorite color) over them so when the sun seeps through, the color reflects on the walls.
    • Alternatively, use posters not paint. Right now you might want to get a soccer ball painted up on your wall. But what if you don't want it there later? What can you do? To avoid permanent change, put posters up instead. That way you can change it up all the time.

Part 2
Increasing the comfort

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    Make your bedroom comfortable. Your room is where you can be alone and have personal time. You want to be comfortable in your room, so buy some blankets, rugs, curtains, and pillows that are your favorite colors. You could also experiment and have a colorful room. It's all your decision! If you want to save some money, you could make your own throw pillows and curtains. Make sure you get your parents' permission, fluffy cushions work well for a cozy feel.
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    Get some seating. When your friends come over, you don't want to have them sit on the floor! Buy a chair or two for you and your friends to sit in. Consider buying a beanbag chair. They're comfy and they look good in bedrooms. If you can't buy one, ask someone to sew you one. You could also buy a moon chair. They're also very comfy and give your room a modern look. Another good option is an ottoman, especially if it doubles as a storage space!

Part 3
Making a study zone

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    Have a place to study. You're a teen, so the homework load is starting to increase, and you have exams to study for. Rather than studying in your kitchen, have a study space in your bedroom. Get a desk and a chair for you to sit in and do your homework.
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    Don't forget the lights. Have some good lighting in your room. Have a desk lamp so that you have good light when you're studying, but have some other cool lights too. You can buy lanterns, fairy lights, or lamps in different shapes, sizes, and colors to really make a statement in your room.

Part 4
Adding storage space

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    Have some storage space. You totally need storage in your room! Have some big funky containers in your room or display your stuff on shelves. Either way is awesome. Also, you'll need a closet to keep your clothes. Don't have a messy closet. Keep it organized and clean. Make sure you have special places for your shoes, hats, purses, and clothes. Don't mix them up. Put your sweaters in drawers so they don't get wrecked , corner cupboards work well in small rooms.
    • Don't overdo it. Make sure you don't junk up your room with a ton of stuff. Put one or two ten-cubbie shelves against the wall and put stuff in bins. That also works with clothes if you can't find a cheap new dresser.

Part 5
Personalizing your space

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    Make it personal. By now, your room looks great, but it probably looks more like a bedroom in a furniture showroom than your very own room. The simple answer to this problem is to personalize it! Buy a bulletin board to keep concert tickets, awards, special papers, pictures, and certificates on. Buy some picture frames and have pictures of you, your friends, your family, your boyfriend, etc. on your desk and walls. Put stuff in your bedroom that defines you and your personality! This will make your room more personal.
    • Make sure you can always see a picture of your family. It's just nice to have.
    • Don't be too exotic. Make sure you pick out bedding that doesn't have the whole rainbow and unicorns on it. Stick to three colors. Blues and greens are good. So are light pinks, yellows, and dull reds. You don't want to get something you'll be bored with in a couple months.
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    Keep your room clean and tidy. This is very important. Do you want your friends to come over and think you're a slob? Not to mention you'll lose half your stuff! Use a hamper for clothes, cups and bins for school supplies, and shelves with cube bins for miscellaneous things.


  • Remember this is your room so you should be creative and have fun while you are doing it.
  • Keep your room organized and clutter-free space
  • Make it your own and personalize it. Make it a room you want to hang out in.
  • Your room should make you feel calm and yourself.
  • Always keep your drawers organized.
  • Have fun and enjoy your perfect room!
  • Have a jewelry box to keep all your jewelry in.
  • Make a plan and/or a budget for this if it helps you.
  • If you have a television in your room, think about having it on the wall, as this will save space.
  • Make sure that your parents are okay with you re-doing your room. It's their house, after all.
  • Try changing your whole layout. Put your bed in a new spot, add/move your storage space. Even add posters and art or whatever you feel you seem to enjoy.
  • Decorate small furniture with little things so you can display it.
  • Make your room smell nice by using lavender or air freshener. You could even squeeze a lemon.
  • Make sure that your room looks like your personality.
  • Have a few throw pillows and blankets so that you and your friends can be comfortable!
  • Have a soft bed to comfort you.
  • Put up posters that represent you.
  • Put a sign on your door showing your personality.
  • To keep drawers organized consider rolling up your clothes... It also saves on space.
  • Get your parents' permission to paint your room. They might even help you!
  • If you've received certificates or awards, have an area specifically for them, such as a bulletin board or a shelf on the wall.
  • Try adding Christmas or string lights in your room.
  • Stick some posters of your choice on your walls.
  • Watch DIY room decoration for inspiration and ideas.
  • Perfect lighting makes the room more beautiful.
  • Sort through drawers at least once a year to throw out the things that you don't need.
  • If you want, try making your room like a mini-studio if you like to draw, paint, or perform any other art.


  • Don't go overboard with decorations. Try to keep it nice and simple, otherwise it may start to look a bit messy from the clutter.
  • Don't let it get messy. If it does, it will turn your dream room into a total disaster!
  • Don't brag, your friends will tell you that you have a great room and that's always nice to hear.
  • If you have to share your room with a sister or brother, and they don't want to redecorate, make sure you have your own side that you can personalize for yourself, and eventually, they may want to try something new for themselves.

Make sure you have enough room!

  • Don't brag; if you have siblings they may get jealous and try to ruin it for you.

Things You'll Need

  • Money (set a budget if needed)
  • Paint
  • Furniture
  • Decorating items
  • Curtains
  • Rugs
  • Bedspreads and pillows
  • Bulletin board
  • Parent's permission
  • A room

Article Info

Categories: Bedroom Styles for Youth