Inspiring ideas for 6 decorated small bedrooms for young people - Home and Garden

Inspiring ideas for 6 decorated small bedrooms for young people – Home and Garden

Get inspired by the selection below to create a new decoration (Photo: Reproduction / Casa e Jardim)

6 decorating ideas for young people’s rooms (Photos: Publicity | Assembly: Casa e Jardim)

Decorating rooms for young people can be a challenge, especially when it comes to an environment with little footage and space to include many decorative items. That’s why we’ve put together a list of seven rooms with good solutions to inspire you. Check out:

1. Blue highlighted

ROOM |  The blue of the walls and ceiling was created by the Studio 92 office to match the blue MDF by Duratex used in the planned joinery.  Trousseau bed linen.  Emporium By House Curtain (Photo: Nathalie Artaxo / Disclosure)

The blue of the walls and ceiling was created by the office to match the blue MDF by Duratex used in the planned joinery. Trousseau bed linen. Emporium By House Curtain (Photo: Nathalie Artaxo / Disclosure)

In this 120 m² duplex, the room is 10 m² and is a very cropped floor plan. Therefore, the office Studio 92 Architecture designed the space with great attention to the needs and features of the room, so that it could keep up with the resident’s growth.

2. Memories exposed

The couple's youngest son is 13 years old and plays guitar and guitar.  The furniture was designed by the architect so that he could store his instruments (Photo: Juliano Colodeti / MCA Estúdio / Publicity)

The furniture was designed by the architect so that the resident could store their musical instruments (Photo: Juliano Colodeti / MCA Estúdio / Publicity)

With 13 years old, the young resident of this apartment plays guitar and guitar. To further optimize spaces and maintain the organization of the room, the architect Carmen Zaccaro designed furniture that hold the instruments.

3. Natural textures

PLAYFUL |  A portico in the window area of ​​the daughter's room received a bench to receive the friends.  The colorful decoration brings a relaxed air (Photo: Mariana Orsi / Disclosure )

A portico in the bedroom window area received a bench. The colorful decoration brings a relaxed air (Photo: Mariana Orsi / Disclosure )

in the office project Quattrino Architecture, the half wall and the headboard with straw execution make the room even more cozy and relaxed. The bench below the window is one of the highlights of the environment.

4. Modern and urban

ROOM |  CB2 bed and bedding.  Yellow pendant lamp by Ok Flos.  White Puppy stool, by Magis, by Novo Ambiente.  Black armchair on the balcony of Blu Dot (Photo: Denilson Machado/MCA Estúdio/Disclosure)

CB2 bed and bedding. Yellow pendant lamp by Ok Flos. White Puppy stool, by Magis, by Novo Ambiente. Black armchair on the balcony of Blu Dot (Photo: Denilson Machado/MCA Estúdio/Disclosure)

With a modern look, the room has a piece of furniture that acts as a bookcase and study table instead of the bedside table. Attached to the brick wall, the bookcase guarantees more storage space. Architect’s project Nayara Macedo.

5. Planned joinery

TEENAGE ROOM |  Bed made by Studio Salis, trousseau and pillows by Trama Casa, closet with mirrored door by SCA Ipanema (Photo: André Nazareth/ Disclosure)

Bed made by Studio Salis, trousseau and pillows by Trama Casa, closet with mirrored door by SCA Ipanema (Photo: André Nazareth/ Disclosure)

In this 75 m² apartment, blue guided the decor of the couple’s suite and the children’s bedroom. The shelves above the bed make room for objects and games. interior designer project Luiza Bottino and the architect Valeska Ulm.

6. Everything for delicacy

The drier shade of pink gives delicacy to the decor without infantilizing the teenager's room.  (Photo: Daniel Mansur and Henrique Queiroga/ Publicity)

The drier shade of pink gives delicacy to the decor without infantilizing the room (Photo: Daniel Mansur and Henrique Queiroga/ Publicity)

The wallpaper behind the bed imitates the texture of brick and makes the environment more modern. Architect’s project Viviane Rabelo.

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