A artistic teenager deserves a bedroom that’s anything but dull. Inventive, energetic decor displaying some of her art or featuring her favorite artwork styles help motivate the creative soul, encouraging her to express and explore her own artistic sensibilities.
Chalk It Up
Chalkboard paint on at least one of these walls serves as an ever-changing artwork canvas or a place to sketch out new ideas, whether the teen artist enjoys easy animation styles or realistic artwork. Rather than black chalkboard paint, select one of her favorite colours for the artwork wall, then painting the remaining walls in an accent color. Paint another wall with its own animation panel at the making, using one color of chalkboard paint for a background colour and white as animation “talk bubbles” to get a variable conversation between any characters the teen creates. If you can’t paint the walls, as an instance, at a rental apartment, paint a large art canvas with chalkboard paint, or even use chalkboard contact newspaper as a removable wall covering which can be drawn upon many times over.
Turn thrift-store framed artwork into vibrant bits to show off the teenager’s creative side. Apply stick-on letters to spell out a favorite quote or lyric atop the painting. Paint the piece white, and then peel away the stickers to reveal a colorful phrase. Repaint another old piece of artwork a good color, and push straight pins through the canvas or even cardboard-backed painting to make a layout like a guitar form or the teenager’s name. Wrap multicolored thread or thread in the pin to pin for a contemporary take on string artwork, or let her do it herself as a creative project. Insert a layer of cork sheeting in place of or in addition to a painting in a frame, painting the cork in chevrons or her favorite pattern, this kind of zebra print. The corkboard becomes a place to hang inspiration images or sketches to get new artistic explorations.
Stamps and Stencils
Turn plain bedding and drapes into custom creations using homemade stamps or stencils. Cut or split stamps from craft storage or foam foam, using a teen-created layout as the stencil motif. Use carbon paper to trace the design onto the foam, and then split out the area supporting the layout to produce the stamp. Use fabric paints or an acrylic paint mixed with fabric medium to make a stenciled border on bedsheets, or to earn a big design on the center of a curtain or a curtain panel. A potato cut and decorated turns into a disposable stamp to get a teenager who likes natural methods of creating artwork. The identical stamp might be used to make a border layout on a wall.
Plain light-switch and electrical-outlet cover plates leave a lot to be desired in regards to decor. Cover them instead with strips of colorful washi tape, patterned duct tape or even a gorgeous fabric which matches the colour scheme of this bedroom. Pages reproduced in a favorite comic book or artwork book might serve also. Decoupage the fronts of dresser drawers or the very top of a beat-up desk with photocopies of the teenager’s artwork, or printed images made by a favorite artist. Revamp an outdated ceiling fixture with a new synthetic capiz shell chandelier made of ribbon and discs of wax paper to get a high-end lavish appearance that costs little to produce.