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Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Teenager’s Rooms

Italian furniture company MisuraEmme brings us their vision of what today’s youth would prefer in their rooms. These teenager’s bedrooms look more like retreats, with clever built ins providing ample storage, (teenagers aren’t generally known for their minimalism), while incorporating the necessities of todays youth-good size work stations as well as an area that can double as entertaining space.
Achieved tastefully and with minimum fuss these rooms would certainly appeal to a large age group. We are sure parents would love this too… IF they remain this tidy!

Thursday, May 17, 2012

Themed Teen Rooms (For Artist, Dancer, Rockstar and Scientist!)

Artist Theme for Teenager’s Room

Dance Themed Teenager’s Room

With classy ballet artists adorning the walls and soft hues that breath chic, this space should inspire the dancer within.

Rockstar/Musician Themed Teenager’s Room

One of the few rockstar themed rooms out there that seem to pull it off without going overboard.

Scientist/Genius Themed Teenager’s Room

DNA strands, molecule models, Einstein caricature. Can it get any geekier? :)

Saturday, May 12, 2012

Young Workspaces

Young people take a lot of pride in the way they set up their room. Though grown-ups often feel that a child’s space should feed and nurture their creativity, curiosity, and ability to focus, the space usually ends up as one that shows off the child’s passions. As each has their own unique tastes and needs, it would be rare to find two that are alike. In this set of young workspaces we focus on a few that sport a special creative flair.

The first five images are designs by Turkish interior designer, Akcalar and the last five are by Barcelona designer, Sergi Mengot.

Tuesday, May 8, 2012

Study Space Inspiration for Teens

Check out these study spaces for teens by PB Teen. They’re comfy, age-appropriate, and perfect for quiet study and concentration. The girls’ study furniture is subtly girly with more white and softer colors thrown in, while the boys’ designs tend to appreciate the dark wood desks more and also lay emphasis on sports accessories. Yet, most of the study spaces are equipped with multiple storage compartments, plenty of surface area for books and materials, comfy chairs, a few pops of color and fun design.
Boy Study Spaces

 Girl Study Spaces

Saturday, May 5, 2012