Decorating the room for a teen boy is as difficult as decorating a teenage girl’s room. Let’s be honest- it is so hard to understand and please them.
Well, that was the case until now because we have found the secret to solving this. Use an important for your boy thing as the theme of his room’s decor.
Let him be part of the process and yet be open to sharing your point of view. You will see what fun it is for all of you to create together a private space for your teenage boy.
The blue coastal tones of the bed lining and reading lamps combined with relaxing earthy colors of the furniture set a calming atmosphere for a boy that already appreciates comfort, neatness and organization.
Furniture is limited and space airy. A trophy of a deer stands right above the headboard to mark the hunting gifts in men’s nature.
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If your teenage boy is keen on science, more particularly aircraft, your boy will enjoy spending time in a bedroom decorated with flight motifs.
A wallpaper tracing the big airports all over the world lets the boy dream bravely. Plane elements decorate the bed lining parts to relate to the aircraft theme.
This teenage boy room decor idea takes us again to the sky but this time flying with a hot air balloon. This theme is usually seen in nurseries in bright and various colors.
It can be a suitable decor theme for a teenage boy’s room if the colors are taken down to a muted and neutral palette.
A wallpaper picturing the world’s map makes one of the walls a statement wall that completes the decor theme.
Accessories displayed in a vivid place can act as an accent complementing the decor theme.
In this example, we see how a collection of baseball hats adds pops of colors and give the room a personalized touch showing the boy’s current interests.
Check how you can make yourself a pegboard for the storage of hats below.
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The baseball theme here is represented through a statement wall decorated with wallpaper. The baseball bats that are used for the practice of the sport are used as a decor accent, placed on an open shelf.
Metal and wood furniture in earthy colors set a relaxing vibe and a neutral background for the hobby’s items to stand out.
This interesting teenage boy’s room decor sets the boy’s love for basketball upfront. The interior is very simple and neutral to let the special collection of jerseys.
They are neatly displayed in frames under glass so that they are kept in their original shape for as long as possible.
Don’t think that boys like only dark colors. You can add a pop of brightness by matching the neutral colors with one or two contrasting ones. Orange, white, yellow, red are among those tones that can be also called men colors.
So experiment with them by including them as decor accents on storage shelves, on the bed lining fabric pattern, etc.
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If your teenager shares a room with a toddler, it could be a real challenge to match their tastes and hobbies so that everyone is happy.
Our suggestion here proves that this mission is possible when neutral tones cover the major room elements. Bolder prints, images or colors can be used only for accents such as curtains, pillow covers, duvet covers.
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Give your teenage boy’s hobby-related items or tools, or his special collection a special place to be displayed.
A storage unit consisting of quarters shows them on different levels. Each quarter is traced at its back with a LED light to draw attention and mark the stored items as valuable for the teenager.
This is an inspiring idea of how to keep the collection of skateboards well organized and stored and at the same time turn it into the decor focal point.
An additional wide board in sunny orange color is supported on one of the bare walls. Pairs of metal strips placed asymmetrically support each skateboard. This is a very clever storage idea since it doesn’t take up any of the floor space.
The mix of farmhouse and industrial could be called friendly for any age as it is neutral, relaxing and cozy. You can use it to decorate your own bedroom and your teenage boy’s room.
Brick wallpaper covers the wall behind the bed. The surrounding walls are painted black so the beige statement wall works perfectly to give the room the feel for airiness.
Rattan storage containers, wooden furniture, metal light fixtures add aesthetics and showcase that a boy is already a grown-up man.
If the farmhouse style is your thing, you can successfully incorporate it in the boys’ room. Wooden frames of the beds showcase retro ornaments. An interesting rug anchors a cheerful pattern in coastal tones. It is placed in the walkway between the beds to set a uniting motif.
Sliding barn doors act as blinds to give the boys the feel for privacy. The masculine vibe can be felt through the metal accents represented by a black rod holding the shutters and an industrial light fixture.
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Is your son an adventurer? Then use his character to give his room an amazing decor theme! Bags, tents and other accessories related to his hobby can be displayed instead of hidden in drawers and cabinets to act as personalized decor accents.
The color theme is neutral taking you closer to nature- grey, white and brown incorporated in natural materials such as wood and linen fabric.
The combination of black and yellow in this teenage boy’s room decor let you feel the transition of the teenager into a young man.
Yellow stays on the childish side but when combined with the black accents it creates the feel for a personalized touch. Wallpaper with comic strip scenes complements the accent color and acts as a focal point.
It is clear that the boy living in this room adores baseball. We see this on the wall decor represented by a large photograph of a historical moment in baseball.
Going down, we find his favorite team’s logo on the linen. The colors of the team have been decisive of the decor pieces colors- red and navy.
Be bold and creative and make the teenage boy’s room entertaining. Most of us believe that kids entertain only with their tablets, consoles or cell phones.
Let them distract from the addiction to technologies by decorating the room with home gym equipment. Your kid will be given the opportunity to sport and have fun in the comfort of his own room.
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If your boy insists on using his room also to invite friends to play, study or simply talk, you can decorate his room on the practical side.
Instead of placing the bed on the floor, lift it up. Use the space underneath to put a comfy sofa and a side table. Additional seating places can be ensured with dual function ottomans which hide an extra storage option.
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The man cave idea has inspired the decor of this teenage boy’s room. We see industrial materials such as pipes, wire nets, metal storage cabinets creating the furniture.
Colors are mostly neutral enhancing the industrial theme. A blue cabinet and a mosaic shaped in a diagram thanks to colorful blocks add a pop of color.
Two boys and one shared room? No problem at all if the space is utilized practically. This idea considers safety first.
The beds stay on the floor while the space above them is used for a play zone. A wooden ladder leads up to a second level where kids can sit and play.
The nautical color palette is a perfect choice for a teenage boy’s room decor. Blue and white are considered men colors. Secondly, they set a relaxing atmosphere which is a must in a bedroom.
Combining these two in a stripe pattern adds a cheerful effect. Place small coastal accents to enhance the decor theme such as a boat figure, a lamp decorated with a thick rope, etc.
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Soccer, football, baseball, basketball. What unites them all? That the sports are practiced with a type of ball. Use this element as a decor motif of the teenage boy’s room.
Display all ball types in a special holder letting you see through. This interesting decor idea inspires by the practical storage shelf made from wire.
Even the smallest bedroom can be turned into an appealing teenage boy room which has all the zones a young man may need.
The architectural curves are usually an obstacle but in this decor idea, they give the space character and functionality.
Another decor idea related to space takes us to unlimited outer space. The accent wall is wallpaper mimicking a black chalkboard surface letting images of planets and the magnificent moon stand out.
The space theme can be felt in the decor accents spread around the room. Grey, navy blue, white and earthy colors make the atmosphere relaxing.
Use a quote from Star Wars to make a unique statement wall in the teenage boy’s room. The muted grey color of the walls creates a neutral background where the dimensional letters in glittery silver can stand out.
Bed lining with the Star War’s motifs enhance the special theme and let the boy feel closer to the reality of his favorite characters.
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When you think of the boy’s room decoration, include him in the process. It is very important that he approves every element of the decor so that he feels that the room belongs to him.
Once you start discussing the decor, don’t limit your ideas only to typical boy’s room themes. Propose more contemporary furniture that will feel right after a couple of years pass. Kids tend to change their preferences and hobbies so going for a design that is more neutral is never a bad choice.
This is an inspiring idea of how to use dark colors in the teenage boy’s room without closing too much space.
Use black and grey for the accents such as the rug, the wall decor, the bed linen pattern. Thus your son will be satisfied with the masculine look and you with the airy feel.
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Find a compromise in the decor of a shared toddler and teenage boy’s room. Choose neutral bright colors for the main elements and give both of them dedicated places to display their favorite items.
Leave the wall part above each bed for personalization- for example, the young boy can place a photograph from Star Wars and the toddler can put a photo of a favorite cartoon character. Unite the opposing themes with their colors to achieve a finished look of the decor.
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If your son is a music lover, then let him show it in his own room. Framed music-related images, hung records and even music instruments will showcase his love.
This example also gives a great idea of how the small space can be used very practically. The bed acts also as a coach thanks to the side headboard and the comfy pillows.
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29. Cycle Away in a Personalized Trendy Teen Boy Room Decor
Simple and good-looking! Make the boy’s room personalized with a letter sign of his choice.
That can be any inscription describing his hobby- bike, ball, football, car, Star Wars, music, etc.
Make a special place for your kid’s trophy. Combine them with other sports accessories such as a jacket with the name of the team, framed images of spectacular moments of the game, etc.
The colors used in the decor in this teenage boy’s room are dark but the presence of brighter accents balances the atmosphere.
Isn’t this teenage boy’s room decor idea fantastic? Inspired by the Scandinavian interior trends, furniture is taken down to the minimum, it is practical, multifunctional and space-saving.
Deep grey colors the structural elements of the room letting it feel so continuous. A wooden base made from slats in different natural colors acts as a coach and a bed at the same time.
The chalk paint finish of the wall paint lets the boy reveal his artistic skills.
The statement wall of this teenage boy’s room decor idea is very interesting. The blue background of the wall is decorated with laminate boards forming alternating stripes.