A pair of octagonal mirrors offers an extra bit of symmetry to the room, and matches metallic accents throughout the space. Pillows stay neutral, but a variety of patterns (chevron, animal print) elevates the look. "I love turning to Etsy for pillows," says Jennifer. "One of my favorite shops is CC DeuxVie." - GoodHousekeeping.com
Designer's Notes: Designing a teenager's room is usually a matter of balancing things your teenager wants now with a look that will last through high school. This teenage boys' room uses a fun and boyish brown-and-blue palette that will work for years to come. Custom built-ins around the bedframe can showcase knickknacks and trophies.
Montreal designer Julie Charbonneau went with a soft palette of taupe and beige for this feminine bedroom. The panelling on the lower half of the wall is painted darkest, upper wall colour a lighter shade, and the crown moulding a warm shade of white, drawing the eye upwards from the panelling. Charbonneau also added a bold black light fixture and curtain rod to ground the lightness of the room.