A teenage boy’s room is a mystery. Boys tend to be less picky than girls but the options are just as vast. I mean, you’ve got teenage mutant ninja turtles to babes in bikinis and so much more! It’s never boring! It really depends on the age as well, but here are a few ideas for some decor for a teenage boy.

1. Stereo System:1

Which teen boy doesn’t want one? A stereo system of some sort is a great addition to a teen boy’s room.

2. Memorabilia:

If your son is interested in sports, hunting, girls, action heroes, etc; you could put a crossbow or a tennis racket on the wall with posters of their favorite super sports star or hunter.

3. Book Shelves:

I know it sounds nerdy in a way, but I’ve spoken to a few teenage boys and they all said they would like to have a book shelf in their room. Whether for books or for other things, they will have a use for it.

4. Guitars/Musical Instruments:2

Lots of teen boys would love to see a guitar or other musical instrument strung up on their walls. Add a few posters of their musical heroes and some sturdy shelves for an amp and there you have it; a musical bedroom.

5. Gaming Chairs and Game System:

Many teenage boys have a gaming system in their room. What teenage boy wouldn’t be happy with having one or two of those comfortable gaming chairs for when their friends come over?

6. A Loft Bed with Couch on the Bottom:

A loft bed will double their space, turning their sleeping space into living space as well! A loft bed with a couch or a bunk bed with a futon bottom is a great addition. Additionally, teenage boys will still want to have friends over to stay from time to time, but sharing a bed is awkward and uncomfortable at that age.

7. A Hanging Bed:1

I know it sounds expensive but really it’s not! It looks super cool and it can be made from anything from pallets to cedar planks. His friends will be impressed.

8. A Great Headboard:

If you get creative, your son can have a cool headboard without much work. For example: You can make a hockey themed headboard using old hockey sticks or use posters from a favorite team, sport or musician to cover an old wooden headboard.

Written by Cleo Neufeld

Cleo Neufeld

Before meeting the love of her life, Cleo was a single mother to a beautiful little girl for many years. She shares her expertise in single parenting, building a relationship, living on a budget and more.