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Sloane Square Eclectic Kids, London

The pre-teen bedroom is fun, funky and inspiring. it displays hand painted wallpaper and a bespoke desk area.

Photography by Rei Moon.
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http://www.matteobianchi.co.uk
This is an example of a bohemian teen’s room for girls in London with multi-coloured walls. — Houzz

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laurastrong99 wrote:
Love the chair! - Where is the desk chair from?
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Jennifer Louise Ebert added this to 10 Ways to Create a Sleep Zone in a Small Space
Go for boldAs the old saying goes, ‘If you can’t fight, wear a big hat.’ This attic bedroom shows off its sloping walls with pride and is consequently a bright, energetic space. A minimal bed and desk area slot in neatly and make this teenager’s room a fun retreat.
Jennifer Louise Ebert added this to Clever Tricks for Maximising Space in Kids' Rooms
Use space under a windowWhen space is tight, you may have no choice but to position a bed under a window, but this doesn’t have to be a problem. Just make sure the window is locked for safety, and fit blackout blinds to prevent early morning sun disturbing your sleeping tot.
Jo Simmons added this to Small Space Living: Creative Ideas for Small-scale Kids’ Rooms
Big up the walls and ceilingDrawing the eye away from the limited floor footprint and up to the walls and ceiling helps create an illusion of space. So rather than paint these surfaces in white, treat them to dramatic wallpaper and a handful of patterns, and then leave the desk and bedding plain and neutral.
Ruth Garner added this to Feel Good Home: 10 Essentials for Students – Both Home and Away
Source the perfect chairMuch like a light, a good office chair is essential. Aim for one that offers comfort and enough back support for those long essay-writing stints. Try to pick one that’s height adjustable, too, so it offers optimum support no matter how tall or short your child.Find out how to create a homework area your kids really will use
Laura Wheat added this to Lofts: How to Create an Attic Den That’s Cool for Kids
Style a small spaceLet your attic area take on a different decorative mood to the rest of the house and have some fun. Treat sloping ceilings as a canvas and invite your child to pick their favourite wallpaper design. The cheerful, hand-painted wallpaper in this dinky bedroom gives the space a youthful feel, while the bespoke, built-in desk is perfectly proportioned for little legs.Check out more ways to incorporate bold wallpaper into your home
Kate Burt added this to Ask an Expert: How Can I Furnish and Decorate a Small, Square Room?
Favour a feature wallLetiche explains why carefully positioned striking wallpaper in a square space is such a clever trick: ‘It focuses the eye to one particular wall,’ she says, ‘drawing you into the space and changing how you see the shape of the room.’
Cheryl Freedman added this to Smart ways to be Creative with Wallpaper
Cocoon a small spaceIf you think a small space should only be painted in a pale colour, think again. In fact, a bold paper can bring a small space to life and make it feel special, designed and cosy, rather than cramped. And if you are feeling really brave, consider using more than one design. Two contrasting wallpapers might sound like an interiors nightmare, but in this teen bedroom the result is fresh and fun.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Kirsten Smith added this to Office/Guest Bedroom Ideas
Go for bold. As the saying goes, “If you can’t fight, wear a big hat.” This attic bedroom shows off its sloping walls with pride and is consequently a bright, energetic space. A minimalist bed and desk area fit in neatly and make this teenager’s room a fun retreat.
gilg42 added this to Architects
Briony’s bedroom I like the wallpaper

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