August 6, 2021

7 unique teen girl bedroom ideas she’ll love

Take a look at some of our favorite teen girl bedroom ideas that will help you create a space that’s both fun and functional.

Take a look at some of our favorite teen girl bedroom ideas that will help you create a space that’s both fun and functional.

With a busy schedule and a heavy school load, most teen girls have a lot on their plates. Creating a stress-free haven where your teenage daughter can spend time with friends after knocking out her daily to-do list is a great way to help out as a parent. Of course, you’ll want to design a space that’s both stylish and practical. 

Teenagers have their own unique styles, and you’ll want to focus on elements that perfectly suit your daughter’s personality and preferences. To help you out, take a look at some of our favorite teen girl bedroom ideas that are sure to inspire. 

How to pick the right teen girl bedroom ideas

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Creating a fun, creative, and trendy space for your teen to hang out and work in isn’t the easiest of tasks, especially if you’re working with a small space. But that doesn’t mean it’s impossible. 

The best way to pick the right teenage girl bedroom ideas is to get your daughter involved in the process. Teen’s interests change all the time, and most teens just want to feel like they’re grown up. They don’t want to feel like they’re in a kid’s room anymore, and they want to make their own choices. So, if your teen is willing to cooperate, get her involved from day one. 

To get started, take a look together at the following guides that offer plenty of bedroom decorating ideas:

Remember that your teen is on her way to young adulthood, so take inspiration from master bedrooms more than kids’ rooms. For each major decision in the room, it can help to narrow down the options first so it’s not a total free-for-all. Then, you can let your daughter pick her faves. This approach enables you to choose things you’re willing (and can afford) to include in the bedroom design while your daughter still gets the final say. 

Our top 7 room ideas for a teenage girl’s bedroom

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If you’ve spent any time browsing teen girl room ideas, you know there’s a lot to choose from. Whether you’re giving an existing bedroom a makeover or you’re decorating a small bedroom from scratch, we’re here to help. Consider these tips and ideas for creating a unique room design everyone will love. 

1. Pick a grown-up style

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Chances are good that your teen is ready for some grown-up style. First, ask your daughter if she has a favorite decor style. If so, you can use that as a foundation for the bedroom. If she doesn’t, show her some examples of different bedroom decor ideas and ask her which ones she likes. 

Many teenage girls enjoy boho and glam styles, although others might prefer something minimalist or Scandi. If you’re decorating a tween’s room, try picking a grown-up style she likes and adding youthful touches, like a pastel color scheme or a bunk bed.

If you can’t get a consensus on a style your teen likes, aim for room decor that’s inviting and relaxing. For example, you might try adding grown-up elements like throw pillows, a bed frame with a headboard, or a reading nook. These additions can make the room look more mature and welcoming without overwhelming the space. 

2. Designate a workspace 

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Teens have a lot of school work to manage and, whether they like it or not, they need a workspace. The right workspace for your teen will vary depending on the room’s size and style. For example, you might pick a bunk bed with a desk and shelving underneath—this works well in small rooms. Or you might clear a wall to add a desk and office chair if you’ve opted for a traditional bed frame. 

When you’re creating a workspace for your teen, make sure she has enough room to spread out when she’s studying. And don’t forget about storage. Drawers and shelving give your teen someplace to keep her books, pencils, pens, phone, charger, and more. 

If you’re unsure where to start, try looking at some home office ideas for inspiration. Also, these small office ideas will help when you’re working with limited space.

3. Create a chill spot

teen girl bedroom ideas: Designed room for schoolgirl

With a study spot out of the way, it’s time to make sure your teen has somewhere to relax. And you’ll want to make sure there’s room for her squad, too. Think about creating a living room in her bedroom (if space allows), and choose bedroom decorating ideas accordingly. But since your teen probably doesn’t have room for a sectional in her bedroom, you’ll need to get creative. 

A loveseat or one extra seating option is usually plenty for a teen’s room. Your teen’s office chair takes care of one seat, so you just need one or two more. For example, you might include a bunk bed with a futon underneath to accommodate visitors or a loft bed with a workstation and pull-out chair. You could also add a hanging chair or bean bag to make the room feel more relaxed and accommodating. 

For small rooms, you might consider a daybed with a trundle underneath. This approach works well for sleepovers, can be used as a sofa, and can function as your teen’s main bed. As a bonus, a daybed can make the room feel more mature, relaxed, and spacious. 

4. Don’t forget the tech

teen girl bedroom ideas: Young girl in headphones plays a video game on the TV in the eve

In addition to a computer to get her work done on, your teen will likely want a TV and potentially space for a game console. This could mean adding a TV stand to the bedroom. 

If you don’t have room for a TV stand, you could mount a TV on the wall and add a console table or accent cabinet underneath. Whatever the case, don’t try to force your teen to keep tech out of her bedroom unless that’s her preference. Everyone likes to come home to their safe zone after a long day and relax with their favorite shows or games. 

Alternatively, if your teen does all of her gaming and watching on her laptop or tablet, just make sure you provide a spacious, tech-friendly desk. Consider a large screen for her computer so she can watch shows with friends over. 

5. Add some personality and style

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A teen girl’s room is ideally both mature and full of personality. The right fit comes down to your teen’s style, so use your best judgment here. Again, if your daughter is willing to help, ask her what she’d like to include based on what she’s into right now.

For example, some teenage girls might appreciate shoe storage ideas that let them show off their collection. Others might prefer a gallery wall with shots of their friends. Meanwhile, others would rather have a canopy bed with pretty string lights. 

When possible, try to find ways to add style and storage space at the same time. For instance, if your teen has her makeup everywhere and is in love with beauty trends, she might like a vanity to keep her stuff organized. Or if she’s into competitive sports, a bookcase to display her trophies might be in order. 

6. Inject some drama 

Bed with messy blankets

Sure, you don’t want drama in your teen’s life, but there’s nothing wrong with drama in their room decor. Of course, the right kind of drama will depend on the teen. If your teen loves feminine looks, a pink bedroom with faux fur accents and girly wall decor could be perfect. On the other hand, if your teen insists she’s not a little girl anymore, she might prefer a black and white color scheme with a glam chandelier. 

Bold colors work well for creating drama. An accent wall in a paint color your teen likes can do the trick. It’s the perfect backdrop for wall art and posters. If changing paint color isn’t an option, try a dramatic color palette for their bedding, curtains, throw pillows, and other accents. 

For bedrooms with hard floors, an area rug can work well for adding drama, too. Try something with a bold colorway and modern design. If you have a teen who’d like to paint their room black, grey is a modern and on-trend color that produces a similar effect. Or you could compromise and install DIY color-changing LED lighting or even black lights. 

7. Protect the space from your teen 

Friends sleeping after party in messy room

Is your teen messy? Are her friends messy? It might be worth protecting her bedroom a bit. This could mean picking an easy-to-care-for rug or carpet for the space, adding an office chair mat, or opting for a TV stand with a mount to secure the television and prevent it from getting knocked over. 

You’ve made it to your daughter’s teen years, so you know her personality and habits. It could be as simple as making sure she has an option for hanging posters that won’t damage the walls or keeping coasters on the desk to avoid water rings on the wood. 

Creating your teen’s dream room

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We hope you’ve discovered some decorating ideas that both you and your teen will love. By considering the teen girl bedroom ideas on this list, you can create a space that’s both fun and functional. For more options, be sure to check out Coaster Furniture’s full selection and use our store locator when you’re ready to buy.

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