Decorating your tween boy's bedroom can be a challenge. As boys head toward manhood their tastes and styles may change. It is no easy task to choose decor that fits their likes and dislikes and creates a bedroom they enjoy being in. Take this quiz to see what you know about decorating a tween boy's room and learn some new ideas along the way.
What do boys start to discover in their tween years?
a desire to learn
Tween boys do not like to be perceived as what?
What should you do with your tween boy's sports trophies?
Display them in the family room.
Put them away in storage.
Display them on a shelf in his bedroom.
If your tween is into sport, how might you paint his room?
in his favorite team's colors
in a neutral color to balance the bright sport accessories
in blue to help him feel masculine
What type of sports do tween boys particularly take interest in?
If you live inland, how might you bring the surf to your surf-loving tween?
Have a sandbox in the room.
Paint his room sea colors.
Place a tabletop fountain in the bedroom for a water noise.
How can you provide a fun way in the bedroom for your tween boy to make himself homework reminders?
Paint one wall with chalkboard paint.
Give him a pad of post-it notes.
Provide him with a funky school diary.
Tween hobbies can be used as a theme to decorate the bedroom. Which hobby will provide a good long-term investment when used as a theme?
For a tween who plays an instrument, what is an important feature of the room?
sound proof walls
a practice area
What might you hang on the walls instead of musical band posters?
pictures of famous composers
If your tween son is very independent, what might be a good theme to create?
a college theme
a nightclub theme
a business theme
What type of bed might you use to create a college-style room?
a queen bed
a loft bed
What color theme might you use if your tween son has a particular college in mind?
Use the college colors.
Avoid the college colors.
Use neutral colors.
What is always a good option if you are not sure how to style your tween boy's bedroom?
Use a zigzag pattern.
Use a neutral design.
Leave it in his childhood design.
If you decide to leave the walls neutral, where is a good place to use color and design?