What Type Of Room Would Your Young Daughter Like To Live In?

As they say, a woman’s heart is too mysterious to be understood and especially when she is in her teenage. Being a parent it becomes challenging for you to decorate a perfect destination that will give solace to her frequent mood swings and impulsive emotions thereby, keeping her back home without craving to go out often. Here, we have discussed the tips of an interior designer in Kolkata to help you out. Take a look.
A Lively Ambiance

Use bold hues such as blue, red, orange or purple in varying shades or combine them with white to create a vibrant atmosphere. Paints are not just restricted to the walls but the ceiling as well. Introduce these colours in the form of headboard, upholsteries, and drapes. But whichever colour palette you select, make sure that a balance between warm and cool tones is maintained. Powder pink or fuschia may seem boring to her if she has grown up with these colours from her infant days. Trying out the shades of blue, green or brown won’t be a bad idea either but the best way out is to discuss with your daughter.

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Bed that Fulfills Her Purpose

An intricately designed bed representing your daughter’s fairytale days will now become the least favourite of hers with the changing phase of life that she is into. The peculiarity of adolescence is marked by the craving for freedom when one thinks to have grown big enough for taking decisions on his or her own.

Thus, the bed in her room has to be trendy and functional as well. A trundle bed would be appropriate for its extra storage spaces that can also be used as beds when your daughter hosts a sleepover party at home.

If the room isn’t spacious enough then go for a loft bed with a bench beneath it that can be customised into a closed cabinet. Otherwise, you can have a wall mounted desk to serve as a peaceful nook for studying.

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Keeping it Clutter-Free

The room should be provided with furniture items that have built-in compartments for storage. A bedside table, a bench by the window or a divan, a dresser and a wardrobe are essential to prevent your child from keeping things casually throughout the room. This will make her room breathable and she will love to spend more time in there.
Encourage her Creativity

A proper workspace inside the room is necessary so that she can make good use of her leisure, painting or writing something. A small table with a couple of chairs tucked in, either at the centre or in one corner of the room, would be fine. Use task lighting for styling up that area so that it attracts your child to engage herself in some fruitful activity.
A Soft Corner

Whatever colour you may choose for the cushions, window drapes or bedspread, make sure that they exude a soft feel. Try to use materials that are not very bulky or opaque. For instance, a sheer curtain in light blue or floral printed bed linens with a white base is suitable. Even if using brown or green, opt for its lighter tones that will maintain an elegant appearance of the room.
Artistic Decorations

It is not at all wise to invest too much in your teenage daughter’s room since her tastes are meant to change frequently during these years of life. Thus, decorations that are functional as well, best serve the purpose. A bed canopy made of a saree or designer knobs on the drawers and cabinets do not require you to spend a fortune.
If you are still not sure of how to proceed then you may call Transterior. It is undeniably one of the top interior designers in Kolkata that has become popular with households across the city. The recent makeover of my bathroom was skillfully done by them and it still enthrals me.

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