Your teen has a variety of personalities and tastes that you can choose a design style from. And usually very different from the choice of decoration that parents consider the best choice.
A popular option is the retro or hippie style. The fruit of the decline of time into the era of promiscuity, savagery and drug experiments that have changed minds since the 1960s. It may not seem realistic to get some of these ideas around to you, but there are plenty of hippie themes out there that will fit into your teen’s room.
Iconic symbols like lava lamps, pearls and symbols of peace go great with today’s hippie themes. Hang the pearl ornament against the door opening on the door opening. The bead curtain will wash over you every time you walk in or out of the room. It can create a sense of their world in your teen. Like a special place that only he owns. A place where she has learned to be herself and to feel good.
The lava lamp on the bedside table gives off enormous secondary light at night in low light. And during the day it is a charming eye-catcher for anyone who looks at it while in the room.
You can make peace symbols, and black art posters look great with a little work. A nice frame can transform a sign so that it looks more like the original work of art. Avoid less desirable options like marijuana plants and focus more on the peaceful themes of the hippie lifestyle. Being a hippie is more than just smoking weed and making love. It’s usually more than just finding inner peace and being comfortable within yourself.
Organic options reflect the hippie spirit and can even save you money over the life of occasional items like energy efficient lamps. The many different organic options in the bedroom reflect everything that hippies epitomize. Your modern hippie will love comfortable sheets made from materials such as organic cotton or bamboo derivatives. Eco-friendly furniture fits in with the same style, and while it can be a little more expensive to buy, it’s well worth the investment as it is so much better for your teen and the environment.
Combine bright colors with neutral colors to create a happy, healthy and peaceful place to relax. Hippie teenagers need their own space to be themselves. You can achieve this goal with a color combination that stimulates creativity and at the same time promotes peace. Greens, reds, oranges, blues, yellows, and even contrasts like black and white are good choices, but limit reds as they add more excitement to the bedroom. The rainbow effect goes with the hippie style. You can achieve it in a boy’s room with a nice hippie pillow or mural.