Teen bedroom ideas in blue.
I am excited to reveal my third and final room revamp to celebrate Homesense’s 10th birthday.
If you missed the other two, I’d love for you to check out my living room and workspace refresh using my top 10 Homesense finds.
Here’s my son’s newly decorated bedroom. There’s more furnishing to be done, but for now, I’m so pleased with what I’ve found to kickstart the decor.
Now that he is getting older, I have had to rethink the look.
The cute prints, novelty Lego boxes and alphabets duvet cover simply had to go. To be honest, I’m sad to part with them, but I have to consider that my son is now embarking on a new phase in his life.
He wanted a bold feature wall, and after several tester pots, we decided on this calming blue hue.
I experimented with adding more colours to his room, but it no longer felt right. It needed calm.
We settled for a cool blue, white and black palette.
My son is currently into recording on You Tube. He’s always making little paper placards that he place outside his room saying “Please do not disturb. I’m recording “.
When I saw this Letter Board for £12.99 at Homesense, I knew I had to have it for his room.
Not only does it look great as a decor and defines what he loves to do, it’s also perfect for him to place outside his room when recording.
I couldn’t believe my luck when I found this blue and white striped duvet set in the bedding section of Homesense. It was the exact same blue as my son’s bedroom wall.
As his bed is white, the stripes are the perfect continuity of the blue and white colour scheme. The duvet and pillow set was such a bargain too at just £16.99.
No bed is complete without a throw and cushion from Homesense. The geometric cushion, was an amazing £9.99 from an original retail price of £50.
The plaid fleecy blanket ( which my son loves to snuggle under) is great for cooler nights.
I’ve balanced out the bed decor with a simple Homesense floor rug in blue and black, for £16.99.
Now for the next important element, the storage.
I’m still looking for a chest of drawers to go against the wall on the far corner of his bedroom.
For now, I’ve managed to find some blue filing drawers from Homesense for £39.99 each, to keep his mountain of Pokémon game cards under control.
I also bought a blue zig zag fabric basket for miscellaneous items at £6.
This huge laundry basket at £14.99 is an absolute essential in a teen bedroom, to keep those clothes off the floor.
My final 2 Homesense finds is a cute nautical mug for £2.99 (rrp £7) and a book for £3.99 (rrp £9.99).
I haven’t shown you the other end of his bedroom which houses his desk complete with 2 screens, a gaming computer and special gaming chair.
However, I’m pleased to report that everything fits in with the blue, white and black theme.
So what do you think? My son is really pleased with his room.
It’s been so fun curating this teen bedroom decor from Homesense. Wishing Homesense a fabulous 10th birthday.
(All photography and styling are by myself, Geraldine Tan, editor of Little Big Bell. This is a sponsored collaboration with Homesense, but all views are my own).