Designer Miles Redd used a crisp blue-and-white color scheme in the children’s room of this Manhattan home.
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In this Manhattan home designed by Steven Gambrel, maps serve as colorful decor in the playful, vibrant boy’s room.
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In this stylish yet kid-friendly Manhattan duplex, the son’s bedroom features a bed by DucDuc, a womb chair by Knoll, and a pendant light by Kartell; the map decal is by Dezign With a Z, and the felt rug is by Patterson Flynn Martin.
In photographer William Waldron’s home, a young man’s bedroom is filled with hints of what he loves, including a signed snowboard on the ceiling and a skateboard and guitar next to the bed.
In beauty mogul Sonia Kashuk’s home, things are kept soft underfoot with a double dose of flokati rugs next to the bed in the boy’s room.
Is it a bird? Is it a plane? Is it Superman? No, it’s not! Not anymore. The earth-circling, Lex Luthor fighting hero has been largely replaced by the web-spinning, wall-scaling Spiderman, but such are the preoccupations of little boys: fleeting and ever-changing. What does seem to be eternal however, is an attraction to red, white and blue, and combination of colors such as these, is often a good place to start when conceptualizing the room of a child. Among these images from Pottery Barn and Pure Deco this color palette features repeatedly. For those style conscious parents whose homes are both a relaxing escape and a source of pride, a nautical, plaid, gingham, or sporting theme (with chocolate brown accents) could easily exist within a home with an altogether, more sophisticated feel.
The boys’ room in a Florida home is given a global perspective with the use of a world map as wallpaper.
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In actress Julianne Moore’s Manhattan loft, her son’s room features a larger-than-life world map.
In the son’s room of a family’s Victorian townhouse designed by Sheila Bridges, colorful art hangs above a mantel lined with a collection of toys.
Stylesetter Aerin Lauder decorated her son’s East Hampton bedroom in electric shades of blue.
It could be useful to select a theme for the décor. It could be something related to movies or music or it can simply be a combination of all the favorite elements your teenage boy wants to incorporate in the décor. As for the chromatic palette, there are lots and lots of options. Most often, blue is a color that’s always present. The same goes for black or green accents but this is a detail that has to do with the personal preferences. If you want some suggestions, maybe it would help to take a look at these examples.
In a Pacific Palisades home that mixes relaxed Californialifestyle with Art Deco glamour, designer Alison Palevsky pulled off a boys’ room that is colorful yet sophisticated, with striped bedding contrasting thecolorful map carpet.
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For a teenage boy, his bedroom is like a refuge, a private space where he can go whenever he wants to be alone, where he can pretty much anything he wants and where he can feel free to add his own touch to the interior décor. Since this space will serve as his bedroom, his office and as a social area where he’ll receive his friends and spend time with them, the décor needs to be flexible and multifunctional.
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This room in a Silicon Valley family home featurescustom-made bunk beds and bedding by John Robshaw. The pillows are by Jonathan Adler, the shag rug is by NuLoom, and the flooring is walnut.
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For his son’s room, photographer Pieter Estersohn used one of his own images to add personality to the walls.
There are no rules when it comes to decorating a teenage boy’s bedroom. But there are a few things that should be taken into consideration. For example, the design and décor should focus on functionality. This means that you should try to find or come up with clever and space-saving storage solutions, that you should try to fins multifunctional pieces of furniture, that you should carefully select the colors for the décor and that you also take into consideration any personal preferences such as hobbies or favorite elements.
52 | Fads of course, come and go and as little boys rapidly grow into little men, accumulating evermore paraphernalia along the way, parents will always be grateful for storage. Not only is storage of both, the mobile and fitted description a necessary and highly functional addition to a young boys room, it is also quite often, something children enjoy.
Fitting your boy’s bedroom with a bunk-bed or bunk-bed/ homework space combination will not only save space and encourage study (hopefully) but render you very popular. The prospect of climbing up a ladder to bed and being able to survey his kingdom on high is very exciting indeed! Depending on the number of children being catered for, other space-saving solutions such as a roll-out trundle bed ensemble is definitely a worthwhile investment even if it does serve to accommodate the occasional sleepover guest.
In the Paris apartment of designer Anne-Marie Midy, a custom-made bunk bed and colorful armoire decorate the bedroom her two young sons share.
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In the boys’ bedroom of a colorful East Hampton home, bunk beds by Pottery Barn Kids are dressed in bedding by Sferra; the wallpaper is by Ralph Lauren Home, the rug is by Dash & Albert, and the ceiling is painted in Benjamin Moore’s American Cheese.
In actress Jennifer Creel’s Manhattan apartment, early-20th-century signal flags and lighthouse-patterned wallpaper by Carleton V make her son’s room fit for a captain. Creel’s sister, Suzanne Coleman Bancroft, designed the home.
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