Teen Bathroom Ideas

Blog Home / Design • Interior Design & Architecture / 3 Teen Girl Bathroom Ideas 20 December 3 Teen Girl Bathroom Ideas Written by Alyssa Davis When I was asked to design a teen bathroom for two sisters, I admit that I wondered if there was anything more challenging.  Generally, teens are finicky, opinionated, and uninterested in just about every interior design that traditional society sees as attractive.  I was not optimistic. After talking with the girls, I decided to present them with three different bathroom ideas that incorporated their love of color and their style.  Since they had a hard time choosing one, I am confident that all three ideas are sure teen-pleasers. Polka dots Polka dots are great for teen decor, because you can include any color combination desired.  While a collection of bright rainbow polka dots might not appeal to mom or dad, they can be a perfect palette for a teen girl’s bathroom design.  The polka dots can be painted on a plain white bathroom wall and done in varying sizes to provide visual appeal. If painting circles is not your strength, you can also have vinyl wall clings made.  I had a local vinyl shop cut a variety of different size circles in rainbow colors that I applied to the bathroom walls.  This makes it easy to change styles after the polka dots give way to more adult decor, because you can easily peel the vinyl off.  When the polka dot walls are paired with some colorful towels, a polka dot shower curtain, and a rainbow striped bathmat, you have a room that is perfect for any color loving teen. Texting mayhem The teens I was designing for are huge fans of texting and technology.  One of the designs I suggested was based on their love of thumb-speak – a texting themed bathroom.  Atop aqua colored walls, painted white speech bubbles with common texting phrases would reside. A custom white shower curtain with aqua dots was complimented by equally as custom window curtains of the same design.  Fluffy white towels completed the theme.  If aqua is not your teen’s favorite color, pick one that is and use that as the basis for the bathroom’s color palette. Marvelously Modern A contemporary bathroom is a great option to transition from the teenage years to adulthood.  For this project, the modern decor consisted of white tiled floors, cool grey walls, and silver accents.  Everything from the soap dish to the towel rack to the shower curtain hooks can be done in a silver finish.  Depending on the teen’s personal taste, the silver can either be muted or shiny to reflect what they like.  This is a sleek, sophisticated bathroom that can work for any teen who is willing to add a modern touch to her bathroom’s design. Designing for teens, especially when it comes to designing their bathrooms, is tricky, but it can be done.  The key is to listen to their ideas and thoughts about color and what they want the space to look like.  By working together with them, the odds of creating a design and look they love are greatly improved.  Good luck! *** Alyssa Davis writes and designs for Metal-Wall-Art.com and she is happy to share many ideas on creating stylish interiors with violin metal wall art and coffee cup metal wall art. bathroom design, Interior Design & Architecture, modern decor, polka dots, shower curtains, teen decor, teens Design, Interior Design & Architecture Leave a Comment Alyssa Davis Always looking for ways to add a rainbow to her world, Alyssa Davis became interested in botany and horticulture and earned her place in the field as a master gardener. She specializes in designing living rooms, which add a whole, new dimension and layer to interior design. As she discovered this design niche, she has written about it in a way that makes it easy for anyone to decorate his or her home with plants. Previous Article Happy Chanukah From BuildDirect Next Article Green Building in Scandinavia Related Posts The 15 Best Architects in Denver June 24, 2016 The 15 Best Contractors in St. Petersburg FL June 17, 2016 The 15 Best Architects in Houston June 10, 2016 Leave a Reply Cancel reply Name * Email * Website Comments * Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. You can also subscribe without commenting.teen bathroom ideas 120 December 3 Teen Girl Bathroom Ideas Written by Alyssa Davis When I was asked to design a teen bathroom for two sisters, I admit that I wondered if there was anything more challenging.  Generally, teens are finicky, opinionated, and uninterested in just about every interior design that traditional society sees as attractive.  I was not optimistic. After talking with the girls, I decided to present them with three different bathroom ideas that incorporated their love of color and their style.  Since they had a hard time choosing one, I am confident that all three ideas are sure teen-pleasers. Polka dots Polka dots are great for teen decor, because you can include any color combination desired.  While a collection of bright rainbow polka dots might not appeal to mom or dad, they can be a perfect palette for a teen girl’s bathroom design.  The polka dots can be painted on a plain white bathroom wall and done in varying sizes to provide visual appeal. If painting circles is not your strength, you can also have vinyl wall clings made.  I had a local vinyl shop cut a variety of different size circles in rainbow colors that I applied to the bathroom walls.  This makes it easy to change styles after the polka dots give way to more adult decor, because you can easily peel the vinyl off.  When the polka dot walls are paired with some colorful towels, a polka dot shower curtain, and a rainbow striped bathmat, you have a room that is perfect for any color loving teen. Texting mayhem The teens I was designing for are huge fans of texting and technology.  One of the designs I suggested was based on their love of thumb-speak – a texting themed bathroom.  Atop aqua colored walls, painted white speech bubbles with common texting phrases would reside. A custom white shower curtain with aqua dots was complimented by equally as custom window curtains of the same design.  Fluffy white towels completed the theme.  If aqua is not your teen’s favorite color, pick one that is and use that as the basis for the bathroom’s color palette. Marvelously Modern A contemporary bathroom is a great option to transition from the teenage years to adulthood.  For this project, the modern decor consisted of white tiled floors, cool grey walls, and silver accents.  Everything from the soap dish to the towel rack to the shower curtain hooks can be done in a silver finish.  Depending on the teen’s personal taste, the silver can either be muted or shiny to reflect what they like.  This is a sleek, sophisticated bathroom that can work for any teen who is willing to add a modern touch to her bathroom’s design. Designing for teens, especially when it comes to designing their bathrooms, is tricky, but it can be done.  The key is to listen to their ideas and thoughts about color and what they want the space to look like.  By working together with them, the odds of creating a design and look they love are greatly improved.  Good luck! *** Alyssa Davis writes and designs for Metal-Wall-Art.com and she is happy to share many ideas on creating stylish interiors with violin metal wall art and coffee cup metal wall art. bathroom design, Interior Design & Architecture, modern decor, polka dots, shower curtains, teen decor, teens Design, Interior Design & Architecture Leave a Commentteen bathroom ideas 2We have basically remodeled every bathroom in our home, except our two boys. We would be more willing to do so, if they knew how to urinate in the toilet instead of the floor and walls. Come on moms and dads, can you relate with me here. Because their bathroom still has the wonderful 80’s tile and smell of a urinal, we often have to shut the door. When the day comes that we can finally turn their bathroom to an ultimate Teen Bathroom I have some great teen bathroom ideas in mind. I am using this photo of a teen bathroom from Hometalk for inspiration. Since storage is an issue and the kids always forget which toothbrush is theirs, I love these mason jar storage holders from Lolly Jane that won’t take up any counter space. Creating a bathroom that is not only classic but will fit the needs of teen boys can be challenging but at the same time needs to be easy to clean. Teens spend a lot of time in the bathroom so I want to be sure the products I pick are durable but not to expensive. I have been looking around Plumbtile.com for ideas and deals for this bathroom remodel. Since their bathroom does not have any windows, lighting is very important. I think we will choose a fixture that has multiple lights to add much needed light into their room The bathroom is also pretty small so I like a simple but classic Undercounter sink. I figure white is our best option as you can bleach out any unusual stains. Bathroom fixtures come in so many styles and finishes you can spend hours deciding on a style for your bathroom. First things first, you should pick your finish then you can break your search up by what is available in that finish. . Also remember you will want to match your facuets, shower and tub fixtures so the entire room is complete. Once their bathroom is remodeled, they are going to have to be better about keeping it clean. I think I might have to hang one of these bathroom chore charts in their new teen bathroom. I can’t wait for the permission to go ahead on designing this teen bathroom. I will most likely go to a show room to see the products first hand. I still like to touch and feel the quality of items but then search online for the best prices. With exceptional service, free shipping and guaranteed price matching, Plumbtile.com can make your home improvement and far less expensive.

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