Teen Girl’s room

Working collaboratively to design a teen girl’s room that would suit her perfectly and stand the test of time.

Teen girls room with soft green wave curtain

When our client asked us to create a bedroom design for her 17 year old daughter we were keen to work in collaboration to capture her ideas and reflect them in the interior design. As a designer, it is very exciting to have the opportunity to bounce ideas with your client, and our young client had some lovely ideas.

She was very clear that she wanted to create a scheme that was soft, dreamy and ethereal. The starting point was the bed, with mis-matching bedlinens in pretty textiles: gingham, linen, ruffles and crochet. Lots of layers. Nothing too perfect.

We designed a desk that could double up as a work space for studying for A’ levels as well as dressing table. The large cupboard can hold books and laptop when not in use to provide a clean space to unclutter the mind, allowing for a good nights sleep at the end of the day.

The dressing mirror is concealed behind the bespoke wardrobe doors built in the alcove, alongside concealed drawers and hanging space for clothes.

Cubby holes were built in above the desk, reaching up to the ceiling to house personal nick-nacks and mementoes.

Teen girls room with soft green wave curtain

Heavy curtains and blinds were out of the question for this ethereal scheme. We designed an organic, curved wave curtain track to hang a sheer curtain across the entire wall. Curving around the corner, it doesn’t just go from left to right and blurs the edges of the room, adding a layer of softness. A discreet roller blind is tucked behind, at the top of the window so that she can black-out the room when needed without losing the ethereal quality.

The bamboo bedhead and scalloped night-stand add a whimsical touch of exoticism and a nod to 70’s Coachella romanticism.


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1930’s Loft Extension Project Credits

At Decorbuddi we work as a team with our clients, colleagues and trusted preferred suppliers, each and every one contributing to the successful delivery of the project. This 1930’s loft extension project was led by Decorbuddi Interior Designer Stephanie Bailey

Photographer: KT1 Photography