For a teen with a tiny bedroom, you might consider the airy chic of wicker furniture.
Compared to traditional upholstered furniture, wicker’s smaller scale makes it ideal for bedrooms and sitting rooms.
This small room, decorated back in 1976, became a real lair with some bright wildlife — pink, red and orange zebras and leopards — running riot on the walls.
On the floor, a sculpture of a dog sat on the edge of a fluffy faux lambskin rug, both of which rested on top of a shiny orange vinyl floor.
The brilliant color combination of marigold yellow and shocking pink, as well as the wallpaper design and a dozen small throw pillows, cut the apparent size of the room and added to the intimacy.
The desktop and accessories in stark white cooled down the heat of the jungle shown in this very 1970s teenager’s bedroom.