Transform your teen’s bedroom without changing your Rimobel furniture

… and just like that, in a snap, your cute little toddler blossoms into an amazing teen full of goals, dreams and… opinions too! The Rimobel bedroom you had invested in almost a decade ago is as good as new and with a little bit of design magic, you’re confident you can transform this kiddy space into a cool area your teenager will be proud of. We’ve teamed up with RLiving to give you a head start. Here are your three simple steps to teen bedroom success. 

Step 1 – Make it personal 

We’re quite sure that your teen will have a good idea on how they want their room to look so involve them in the process. Use your Rimobel bedroom as a canvas, encourage them to pick colours, explore themes and create design boards that suit their style it’s fun and they’ll be tons of learning too! Encourage your teen to research different styles, motivate them to take before and after photos of the space, give your young adult a budget and let them take care of the finances for this project, ask them to measure the room and take note of the furniture sizes – they’ll be practising their math without even knowing – now that’s what we call fun effective learning.  

Step 2 – Paint 

A fresh coat of paint is a fabulous way to breathe new life into a room. Your teen will tell you what colour scheme they’d love to have based on the theme they’ve chosen. Here are three beautiful colours to think about.

Turquoise

Turquoise walls enliven a room and when paired with shades of green, blue and grey creates a well-balanced, yet fun space for your teen.

Crisp Coral

The vibrant coral walls create an exciting backdrop for the pops of other bold colours in a room. It accentuates the appealing patterns, striking colours and textures, perfect for a young, spirited teen

Exclusively White

The crisp, white walls bring a contemporary feel which is timeless. You can never go wrong with icy white. 

If you’re really committed to making a change why not incorporate a feature wall and add some trendy wallpaper to the mix? And it goes without saying, if parquet is your teen’s cup of tea then the Quick-Step collection also available exclusively at RLiving is what you need.

Image courtesy of Rimobel Furniture / R Living

Step 3 – Accessorize

After establishing your theme it’s time to start shopping for bed linen, rugs, lamps and curtains aligned to your teen’s chosen style. Remember that white bedding is a great investment as it sets a crisp, clean tone and provides a neutral backdrop upon which to layer throw pillows matching your selected theme – they’ll never get bored of a solid white. Art shopping will be a blast too. There are oodles of sources for affordable art – all have a great selection of youthful, but still sophisticated art. Personalized wall art might tickle their fancy and we think adding a memory wall with their favourite photos is a chic touch. 

Want US on your teen’s team? Sure!  

Designing your teen’s bedroom is fun yet truthfully it will probably take up a ton of your time. If you’d like our team of pros to make sure you’re on the right track and do all the heavy lifting for you get in touch with us, drop us a line at info@bdesign.com.mt and book your complimentary consultation. We’ll make your teen proud. 

More about the Rimobel collection

RLiving with Rimobel, has an incredible choice of customisable kids furniture pieces. The rich, bright colours and the warm wood structure create a mix between relaxing and dynamic environments which are perfect for babies, toddlers, children, teens and young adults. Rimobel is renowned for their carefully crafted and smart storage spaces too – these will come in handy no matter your child’s age and you can choose to add more pieces as they grow. 

Special thanks to RLiving for inspiring this content – www.rliving.com.mt/Emailinfo@rliving.com.mt

by Beatrice

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