If you’re searching for modern transitional style, look no further than this stunning teen girl’s bedroom that hits just the right notes to be both neutral and chic. Combining furniture and decor items from a few different design types creates a modern, fresh space your teen is bound to love.
As seen here, pink flamingo wallpaper adds color and personality to an otherwise neutral space. Bohemian style nightstands provide rich texture and contrast well with the sleek, matching table lamps. When colorful chintz is exchanged for neutral colors and classic pinstripes, shabby chic bedding suddenly feels current. A modern farmhouse style four-poster metal bed frame anchors the room without being too ornate or gaudy.
Another beautiful example of modern transitional style, this lovely teen girl’s bedroom is from this inviting transitional style home tour at our local 2018 Utah Valley Parade of Homes. The home was built by Jerry Stubbs Construction Homes and designed by Tique and Company.
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Ready to design your own modern transitional style bedroom? Find out how to ‘Get This Look’ with our six design tips and decor shopping picks below!
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How to Design a Modern Transitional Style Bedroom
1. Add subtle color with statement wallpaper or a wall tapestry
Statement wallpaper adds a beautiful pop of color and visual interest to this bedroom. If wallpaper feels like too much of a commitment for your teen, you can create a similar feel with a wall tapestry or framed art. Be sure to check out our fun options below.
2. Hang an elegant globe chandelier for overhead lighting
Why settle for plain overhead lighting when you can have an elegant chandelier? Rather than selecting a more traditional candelabra, this room gets a modern upgrade with a globe-shaped glass chandelier — and psst, we found a few lookalike in the mood board below, including this affordable option!
3. Create contrast and texture with bohemian style nightstands and modern table lamps
It’s important to focus on creating texture and contrast in a room, especially if you have a more neutral color palette. Here the matching bohemian style wood nightstands contrast wonderfully with the sleek modern table lamps. We found similar options at World Market and Target.
4. Anchor the room with a modern farmhouse four-poster bed
This modern farmhouse four-poster metal bed frame exudes simple elegance with its clean lines and feminine curves. Even if your teen’s taste and style preferences change down the road, this bed frame is absolutely timeless and we found some very affordable options for your below! (This one is my favorite, those curves!)
5. Buy or make your own DIY upholstered bench
Adding an upholstered bench to a bedroom is a great way to utilize functional space. Not only does a bench provide additional seating options, it’s also a great place for your teen to sort her clothes and figure out outfit options.
6. Choose feminine bedding in a neutral color palette
Even though shabby chic decor reached it peak in the 90s, in our opinion ruffles will never go out of style. For a fresh, modern take on feminine bedding, look for texture-rich pieces in neutrals like grey, white, black, and navy, like this one featured in the mood board.
Our picks for creating a modern transitional style teen girl’s bedroom
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(And if you’re looking for boys’ rooms, we’ve got you covered there, too!)