Teen bunk beds – Bunk beds are ideal for teens who share a room, often have overnight guests or want to free up floor space with a loft bed. The room should reflect the teen resides there, and does not look or feel like a bunk bedroom for a little kid. Paint the walls to create a background for the bunk and add interest to the room. Neutral colors such as beige, gray or cream, work for teens who update their decor frequently.
Arrange furniture so there is enough space to safely get on and off the top bunk. A long shelf beside the bed can serve as a nightstand kind of bottom and top bunk. Add textiles in fun colors, crazy patterns or unusual textures. Sprinkle on the two bunks can match or simply complement each other teen bunk beds.
Décor the teen bunk beds with hang framed posters or pictures on the walls. Let your teen makes a collage of her friends or frames her artwork. Another wall decor can include awards or vinyl wall stickers featuring patterns or images like teenagers. Accessorize the room with items your teen think is cool. If he likes to collect comic books and action figures, display them on a shelf. Use his musical equipment that spots if he is a musician, which adds to the room and make it easy for him to play and put away their instruments.