5 Tween Rooms that Grow into Teen Rooms


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Fun and Flexible

Being a tween is a big transitional time, so tweens need a bedroom to match. Furniture should be purchased with the understanding that your tween probably will rearrange a lot to accommodate fluctuating needs.

While adult furniture will work for your tween, it's best to skip the built-ins for now and get a couple of freestanding bookcases instead. Beanbags are great because tweens can move them to accommodate different seating arrangements, and they're cheap enough to be replaced with something more permanent when the time comes.

And don't bother with wallpaper or wall designs that will be difficult to change. Paint and wall decals are inexpensive ways to redecorate in a flash.