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Prepare your teenage kids’ study space for the upcoming school year and here are some ideas to organize.

Teen boy study rooms

A perfect learning space for a teenage boy is often an industrial one, they can be divided or individual. Metal tube tables, scrap wood and various industrial lamps are ideal for such rooms. If your son has a modern room, make a built-in desk by the window or create floating shelves using one of the shelves as a desk. A blackboard calendar will help your son organize his time and not forget anything. Make sure you add convenient storage space – drawers, organizers, floating shelves, and built-in spaces.

Teen Girl Study Spaces

The Scandinavian style is popular for uncluttered rooms for girls, and you can add cool glamorous accents: blushing, pink and gold accessories, decorations and textiles. Wall tables are a popular option for a girl’s study area. They are great for small spaces. A windowsill can double as a desk and add hidden drawers for storage. Beautify the room with memo boards, framed pictures, accessories, vases and even lights. The floating shelf above the desk helps show everyone off.

Gender neutral options

If you don’t want to show any girlish or manly taste, decorate the study corner in neutral tones such as light brown, beige or gray. Another idea is to keep it super bold, such as red, green, or yellow. These are colors that are suitable for either gender. I love the idea of ​​hidden study rooms, for example a desk in a drawer that can be hidden and your child has more space.

A headboard is an important part of any bedroom decor. It can highlight your decoration and make a statement. There are many types of headboards, but today I want to share the most timeless and luxurious - tufted headboards. A tufted headboard is a type of fabric headboard with buttons, it has been popular for many years and still is today.

Framed tufted headboards

A framed tufted headboard is a great and very luxurious idea, especially if you go for a nifty antique frame. For a more modern look, try a mirror frame and a metallic or neutral fabric color.

Wingback tufted headboards

Such a tufted headboard is a modern and fresh take on a traditional headboard, it kind of separates your sleeping area from the rest of the room, and the grand piano can also contain some lights that you can read in bed.

High tufted headboards

I love large tufted headboards because they make a cool statement! If you choose a high headboard or even a headboard that goes all the way to the ceiling and is made of fabric in a super bold color, it will only change your bedroom. The color of the headboard can be completely different or it can repeat one of the colors you used for bedroom decoration.

Curved tufted headboards

Another more modern twist on a common tufted headboard is a curved one. It can be curved in different directions or just have a curved frame. It looks gorgeous mixed in with some bold and colorful buttons for a fresh look.

There are many more types of tufted headboards, some of which have different characteristics: frames, high height, curves, and colorful buttons. Pick your own perfect type of tufted headboard to make your bedroom decor stand out.

ps Plus, you can also make tufted headboard yourself with one of these tutorials we shared earlier.

About Warwick

Warwick Zach Godfrey is a farmer with a happy marriage. He also writes about plants on various blogs.

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