Bedrooms for teenage girls 2018

Hello everyone, Welcome!  I'm so glad you bedrooms found yourself here today for the reveal of my daughter's Teen Girl's Bedroom Reveal!  If you're new here I'm Jennifer and I have no special title or training other than I like to decorate my home and share it with all of you!  You'll quickly see that I love bold color, mixed and matched patterns, and a mix of new, DIY, and vintage/secondhand items.  People occasionally ask me how I label my style, and honestly I have no idea!  If it catches my eye, it comes home with me and we make it work.  I'm excited to share my latest project with you today!
I'd like to give a huge thank you to Linda, the creator of the , for all she's done to organize and oversee this challenge.  This is always the best opportunity to tackle a project, get things done, and Linda is a fantastic cheerleader throughout the process!
For the past 6 weeks (literally, I decided to join the challenge the night before it started 6 weeks ago!) we've worked to transform my daughter's bedroom from a little girl's bold, colorful space to a more grown up room that still has color but is a bit more refined. 
If you need to catch up on the process of how we got to this point, check in here-



She wanted to tone down the color from her previous room, but requested that we use the same kelly green that I favor in the rest of our house, a desk, and wood tones.  I requested that we keep the black and white striped wall.  We DID tone down the range of colors from her previous room, but that doesn't mean we have a lack of color and pattern!

pink door, black and white striped wall, green upholstered headboard, wall sconces, vintage bamboo nightstands, black and white crosses rug, crane and canopy linden duvet, monogrammed pillows, large scale floral pillow

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Here's a look at where we started.  This was a fun room as she grew, but it's been this way for about 8 years and it was time for a change!
Bed and Curtains Before...

and After!

green upholstered headboard, black and white striped wall, black and white curtains, wall sconces, black crosses rug, teen girls bedroom
We reused several things that were already in her room but they might have a new color or purpose.  I also moved some things from around the house into her room, that works out when when you have a similar color palette throughout your home. For example, she really wanted a bench at the end of her bed, and when we couldn't find one that we really liked during this past 5 weeks I gave her I've been using  on loan for a while.  ;)

The headboard was a DIY project that I'll be sharing in the near future.  It's the exact color but a different fabric than my headboard- there's no shortage of green beds at the Griffin House!  :)  The and I love how using the same fabric gives continuity and the appearance of a fully upholstered bed.

We tucked some under the bench that she can to use store flip flops, books, or whatever tends to land on the floor.

This teen girl in her natural habitat...  :)

Dresser Wall Before...

and After!

I found the dresser several months ago when we first started talking about a room makeover.  We had no design plan at the time, but I knew she wanted wood, so when I saw this from a local antique mall I scooped it up and it's been waiting in the garage.  The door fronts had a design painted on them, so I sanded those and the top (it was in rough shape) and stained them to match.  Although I originally wanted to paint this piece, I'm glad she stuck to her guns of keeping it wood- I love it now!

just arrived two days ago, I can't quit staring at them!  I told you all about the last week, there are literally over 100 colors and 12 styles to choose from!  I will tell you that the metal base and top come in silver, so I sprayed them gold with to match the rest of the room.  One other note, last week I mentioned that I ordered the color "Envy," but that wasn't quite right so these are actually the "Greens" color.

Thank you to Lamps Plus for providing the lamps!

I picked up the clear jewelry box from Marshall's, and glued an agate slice from Hobby Lobby on top.

I did work very hard this time to pare down what I would normally do on the walls and to accessorize.  She didn't want a lot on the walls or a ton of accessories, so we created 3 main focal points- the headboard wall, the dresser wall, and the gallery wall- and let them shine.

I ordered a large 8x10 rug to layer over the carpet that fills a good portion of the room.

Side Wall Before...

and After!

marquee letter, gallery wall, p kaufmann tutti frutti fabric, floral pillow, letterboard, ikea desk
This was our one opportunity for all the artwork!  We incorporated some of her artwork, friends and family, and a few of her special little mementos that are in the shadow box that my Dad made for me when I was a little girl.   :)  The two watercolor prints (her all time favorite verse and a favorite quote) were painted by one of her best friends, she did an amazing job!

Since starting High School this year, she really has been sitting and working at her desk more than doing homework at the kitchen table like she did in the past.  I miss her in the kitchen but know she's enjoying the quiet of her room for concentrated study time.

And with that, we're D.O.N.E.!!  Well, I shouldn't say that.  No room is every completely finished around here.  There are still a few things I have in mind for this room if and when we get around to it...


Bed Wall:

Headboard- Similar,,, ,   ||  Headboard fabric- or   ||  Bedskirt Trim- Hobby Lobby or   ||  Curtain and Euro sham fabric- clearance Hobby Lobby  ||    ||    ||    ||  Floral Pillows- or   ||    ||  ||  Black and White Striped Throw- Ikea or   ||  Pom Pom Baskets- Ikea +, similar   ||    ||  Nightstands- with   ||  Leopard Boxes- Homegoods

Dresser Wall:

  ||  Round Mirror- Homegoods, similar   ||    ||  White Planter- Ross  ||    ||  Jewelry Stand- Hobby Lobby  ||  Clear Box- Marshalls  ||  Black and White Striped Bowl- Hobby Lobby  || 

Gallery Wall:
Marquee "E"- DIY from, similar   ||  Frames- Ikea, Hobby Lobby, Michaels  ||  Letter Board- Hobby Lobby  ||  Watercolor Verses- Emily's friend (I can connect you with her if you're interested in your own!)  ||  Rabbit Head and Gold Clip Frames- Thrifted  ||  Desk- Ikea  ||  Ghost Chair- similar  ||  Floral Pillow- or   ||  Lamp- Gordman's  ||  Polka Dot Vase- TJ Maxx  ||  Lucite Stapler- Hobby Lobby or   ||  Tape Dispenser- Hobby Lobby or here  ||  Leopard Box- Homegoods  ||  Small Brown Table- thrifted  ||  

Paint Colors:
Walls- Benjamin Moore "Simply White"  ||  Black Stripe- Sherwin Williams "Tricorn Black"  ||  Doors- Behr "Pink Elephant"
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