Fun, Sophisticated Rooms for Teens

We love designing all kinds of spaces, but teen bedrooms are some of the ones we enjoy most. Bright colors and fun, sophisticated combinations allow us to design rooms that are not only good for teenagers now, but great to grow into. With Greenwich, CT schools starting back up so soon, we thought it’d be a great time to share teen rooms from our own design portfolio, which are lively enough to suit their teenage residents but still more mature than rooms for younger kids. Here’s the eye candy:

This teenage girl’s room is cheerful with splashes of bright pinks, oranges and yellows, and the “M” initial and other accessories make it personalized just for her.

This lovely lilac and pale teal room below is more whimsical and ethereal, but just as polished.

Full of texture, industrial antiques and manly colors like gray flannel and chocolate, this is a great room where a teenage boy can hang out with his friends.

The coral pink and green zig zag woven headboard adds a playful touch to this sophisticated girl’s room below

Western motifs and traditional rustic furniture are neat juxtaposition with the vintage retro ebonized desk and antique chair in this masculine teen room.

Which of these spaces is your favorite?

Photos: S.B. Long Interiors

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  • 5 years ago sommer

    Hi, I am dying to know more about the coral pink and green zig zag fabric used to upholster the bed. If possible, can you provide any details? Love your work….amazing!

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