Some teenagers will gravitate toward neutral or paler shades for their walls. You can still bring color into the mix with fabric, rugs and other accessories. A girl’s room in a soft blue or green can be pretty without looking “little girlish.” For a boy’s room, grey with navy is a good combination that looks good with unpainted or black furniture. Teens often love wall murals, which work well on walls painted in lighter shades. Let your teenager’s tastes and interests shine through. Geometric shapes, silhouettes from nature scenes such as trees or flowers, or sketches of musical instruments or hobbies are good choices.
Some teen girls still like pink, but they’re ready to take the color up a notch. Try rich pink or salmon walls with accents in a bright shade of green, purple or sunny yellow. Modern furniture and geometric touches will keep a teen’s pink bedroom from looking too young or frilly. For a teen boy’s room, try a warm brown or neutral beige with bright accents in orange, green or blue for a color pop. Many boys continue to like blue during their teen years, and a rich cobalt or navy looks good with accents in green or brown.
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