Modern Teenage girl Bedroom With Colorfull Decoration Ideas
Teenage girl bedroom ideas-The first season was so rewarding, and the good news is everyone else loved it as much as we did. So just having the conversion about gold bedding and unicorn heads and bunny lamps, inspired us to continue this journey creating a magical room.
We really wanted the second season to be an evolution of the first season. We took the same girl who was sort of on this magical journey.
It was like the next chapter for her. I think we still relied heavily on vintage inspired pieces and antiqued metals and off whites and creams. But, we took this Parisian sort of idea of ruffles and scallops and added in the dichotomy of skulls and ruffles or black and white.
We kept the same youthfulness and magic that we had in the first collection but edged it up a little bit. The denim chaise lounge, that we couldn’t get enough of. We transformed it into a headboard. The chaise became a French grain sack stripe with some gold feet. We took the bunny clock that we loved so much and made it gold gilded.
This beautiful mason canopy bed is now bright and gold. We loved playing with the dark distressed floor and it really made some of the product we loved, really pop out. We really entered the world of total highs and total lows and mixed together to be perfect.
You can kind of merge this season and last season’s product, and it can still be your own version of our room. You know, I think it all sort of goes together. I think a teenager really celebrates personal style, that’s our ethos.
We’re trying to bring out that spirit in everything we do and I think that PB teen celebrates that, when you flip through the catalog or go into a store. It’s about taking things and mixing them together to be your own and say yes this is me. We are constantly waiving our Emily&Merritt wand over brands that we love, including PB teen.
This has been a perfect marriage, because we’ve always loved the Pottery Barn brands and this age is our favorite, because it’s the most creative and it’s the most willing to take risks and that’s what we believe in when creating, is there’s no rules.