Do you want to know how to decorate a teenager’s room so that your child is happy with the outcome and at the same time feels inspired by the décor? Is that even possible? Absolutely! Introducing a graffiti sticker into a teenager’s room is one of the best ways to ignite their imagination (and to decorate the interior to their liking). This youthful, fun and vivid decoration can help your children develop their creative talents and give them energy every day. What’s more, it’ll also cheer them up in difficult moments. It’s worth remembering that your immediate surroundings can greatly affect your mood. A graffiti sticker is the best example of this!
The colourful art of graffiti is something that some people love and some hate. Nevertheless, it can’t be denied that a well-made graffiti can be visually stunning – after all, a lot of skill is needed to create such images! What’s more, lots of young people are interested in this kind of art, which makes graffiti stickers both aesthetically pleasing and, most importantly, inspiring.
These multicoloured, abstract decorations will positively affect their mental capacity during both study and play time. It’s very easy to find a design that matches the style of your décor thanks to the wide variety of available designs. Boys will likely enjoy stickers with darker and more vivid colours, such as black, red, navy blue or yellow, whereas girls will fall in love with abstract blue, pink, purple or green lettering (this is just a suggestion – after all, everyone has their own preference and it's best not to force any artificial divisions into designs for girls and for boys). It’s worth remembering that you can find many different graffiti stickers designs in Myloview’s collection, including colourful quotes, geometric patterns and abstract drawings. All the designs are noticeably inspired by graffiti from cities where urban art is not limited to words alone but it also incorporates characters or complex shapes (at least in the more artistic cities).
We’ve mentioned before that it's extremely important that teen décor aids their mental development. Even on the verge of adulthood, we can and should develop out creativity (the same goes for people of all ages). In order to facilitate that development, we should really pay close attention to the space where we spend most of our time. It’s one thing to put a graffiti wall sticker in a random place but you should actually try to create a cohesive combination of different décor elements so that it is conducive to learning and creative pastimes.
The most important principle that you should keep in mind while decorating a teenager's room is keeping it “clean” and harmonious. Your child’s homework space should help them stay focused without being too serious or overbearing (in other words, it shouldn’t be boring). It’s best to create a space that’s light and orderly and then make it more interesting with appealing decorations such as the aforementioned graffiti stickers, e.g. for a laptop.
We also recommend making sure that the room meets all the requirements of successful learning. These include access to natural light by the desk, decluttered space and proximity of the most important learning aids (maybe in a small cabinet next to the desk). Make sure that your children maintain a correct sitting position. This can be ensured thanks to a chair with proper back support.
Every parent wants their children to find their passion and develop new skills. However, very often it’s difficult to realise that they’ve just stumbled upon something special. Sometimes the signs are right in front of you! If your child is fascinated by graffiti, perhaps they would like to become an artist in the future?
Graffiti stickers can serve as a wonderful source of inspiration. This passion may lead to many career paths. Maybe your child is going to become a computer graphic designer one day? Let’s not dismiss young people’s passions just because they seem immature to us. Instead, encourage them to develop in many different ways. Even if art is not the path they choose in the end, it may still lead to something else. A teenage space decorated with graffiti stickers may open the door to the incredible door of youthful imagination, inspiration and dreams about the future. Our living space really does matter!