30 great youth room ideas and tips for small rooms
Teenagers need a space they can call their own, even if those spaces are just small bedrooms. Since a small room has a lot to accommodate, you can face several challenges when designing a youth room. But with the right furniture and some clever solutions, small youth rooms can be furnished practically and beautifully. Check out the great Youth room ideas below and see for yourself how creatively you can use the limited space.
Youth room ideas and clever furnishing tricks
Choose furniture that serves multiple purposes. For example, a single bed with a bed box is used for sleeping, sitting and offers enough storage space. A bed with a pull-out bed would also be a good choice if you have two children or friends are frequent guests. Loft beds can accommodate an entire work area with a desk or a wardrobe underneath. Wall shelves and cabinets can effectively use the vertical space to store reading books and stereo. A high chest of drawers also fits a lot of clothes and is a good alternative to a wardrobe. Built-in furniture doesn’t take up much space either and is preferred to bulky pieces of furniture. A floating wall shelf takes up much less space than a bedside table. Instead of a sofa, choose a window seat, instead of a desk, mount a desk top on the wall.
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Pick a color scheme and theme for the room, but keep the colors bright and the patterns – simple. Dark colors make a room look smaller, while light colors make it look bigger. Buy appropriate bedding and other accessories to create a consistent look.
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The desk top in the corner doubles as a bedside table
Single bed with storage box and Star Wars posters
Wall shelves use the space vertically
Built-in wardrobe and lots of wall shelves
Let natural light flood into the room
space-saving single bed with bed box