When it comes to Teen Bedding there is no limit to the amount of color and design that can be added to spice up a teen’s bedroom. From the choice of color to the inclusion all of the accent pieces, your teen’s room will burst with vibrant color and style.
Designing and creating a ‘look’ for your teenager’s bedroom might take some doing but it really isn’t as daunting as you might think. A total redecorating job doesn’t have to cost a zillion dollars either. Whether you shell out the bucks for brand name designer teen bedding or go with the discount mix and match items, you can create an environment that you will appreciate and that your teen will feel at home in.
Decisions that need to be made regarding the color and fabrics used, should be made together, you and your teen. Teenagers rely on their bedroom to be the space that is all about them, and rightly so. We all need a space to call our very own. A teenager’s bedroom is a haven, a place where they can be themselves. So, the look of the room should be one that reflects the interests of the teen. With all of the choices of different teen bedding available, your teen should be able to find the perfect style to fit.
We called it changing the room around. Moving the dressers and the bed around to different places in the room helped make it seem fresh and new. Teens today like to do the same thing. If your redecorating involves new furniture, be sure that you consult the teen about what kind of furniture they like. What goes on the wall might not be your first choice but teens typically have a keen interest in decorating their walls.
Mix and Match Teen Bedding
The bedding sets offered at your local stores include the bedding for each particular design. Not typically included in the set is the myriad of accent items needed to full redecorate the room. Here is where the mix and match items can really make the difference. Not only in saving money but also in adding dimensions to the room with deeper colors and strikingly different patterns that might not be offered in teen bedding sets with matching fabric designs. Suggest to your teen to mix and match a few of the accent pieces.
Practically speaking, your teen will need more than one set of sheets. Only one set is included in a set. So, mix and match another set of sheets concentrating on a different color from the pattern on the comforter. Between the solid colored sheets with all of the other options of big bold polka dots, zebra prints and geometric shapes as well as the multitude of colorful floral designs, your teen will be delighted with all of the choices available.
Easy Cover-ups for Teen Bedding
Expensive comforters don’t have to be packed away or wasted simply because your teen changes the color scheme of the bedroom. Bedding stores now offer a variety of comforter cover-ups in all sorts of teen bedding designs and colors. Available in any size, these cover-ups are as easy to change as changing the sheets.
For the do-it-yourself sewing crowd, using flat sheets of coordinating colors sewn together to make a comforter cover-up is easy enough. You can embellish with quilting style ribbons or whatever else fits with the style of teen bedding your teen prefers. Using this same idea, you can cover accent pillows and other fabric covered items in the room tying all of the material together.
When it’s wash day, just slip off the cover-up for laundering and you’re good to go. This will help keep your down filled comforters from needing dry cleaning so often too. In order to keep all of your new linens fresh and clean, insist on weekly washing. It’s never too early to start good habits. While all parents don’t push the idea of making beds ever morning, it sure will help keep the room look tidier and the bed much cleaner if they do.
Suggesting to your teenager to get creative when decorating their room, may net you some interesting results. While you may not have made similar choices, this is their space and of course, it’s all about them. Teen bedding, in all or their favorite colors and patterns, will make their bedroom into the place they call ‘my space.’