Color Theme for Adolescents Room

Post On: June 17, 2010

Adolescence is a transitional stage of physical and mental human development that occurs between childhood and adulthood. The transition involves biological, physiological changes, ans social. The teenagers that experience adolescence are called pubertal. When children have started to grow and develop into teenagers, theme and color of any room may be changed and appropriated with his character.

Boy Room

To build a theme and color to the teenagers room, asked the children to discuss it. The discussion can be started from the passion or the interest of children. However troublesome if the their craze rapidly changing. Therefore, the idea should be taken that can survive long enough. Choose a theme more generally, do not dwell on one form.

Take the example of a teenager who has a hobby of playing basketball. Basketball theme may be selected by placing the various decorative elements, for example, posters, bed cover, pillow, and other accessories. The characterictic of the elements are not permanent and easily replaced at any time. The elements that has permanent feature, such as walls, ceilings, floors and furniture, simply take the red line that represents the character of the adolescent. It can be a form, can also color.

Blue Soft Color

Selecting colors

The colors that are applied should be capable of giving joy. Teenagers could be stuck home select, “an important lively”. The wrong color can give a negative impression: striking, punching, or monotonous. Faded green and soft blue is very suitable to build the impression of “peace” and calm in the eye.

There are not a few teenagers who have difficulty sleeping, among others, it was caused by a room filled with noise and distraction. If the teenagers choose bold colors are striking, we can balance the colors on the mattress and pillow case in a more delicate carpets. Another shade of color is beige, pastel yellow, peach, yellow and brown.

Adolescence is usually accompanied by an increased independence allowed by the parents or legal guardians and less supervision, contrary to the preadolescence stage.

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