Is your teenager in need of an interiors treat?

PUBLISHED: 15:03 06 September 2017 | UPDATED: 15:03 06 September 2017

Does your madcap teenager deserve a treat?

Does your madcap teenager deserve a treat?


If your teenager has been working all summer and just gone back to school or college, you might want to give them a treat such as a funky item for their bedroom...

A watermelon cushionA watermelon cushion

How about:

A new bed – treat your teen to a beautifully hand made wrought iron and brass bed, available in yellow, pink, green and blue with names like Emma, Grace and Edward. The frames are hardy but look contemporary in the new colours as well as being hand-made in Norfolk. 

Make an investment in some art – Norwich based Gennidiy Ivanov’s work is stunning and he has lots to appeal to a teenager, like this one called Bright Sun. Prices vary, www.gennidiy.co.uk

One of  the colourful paintings by Norwich-based artist Gennidiy IvanovOne of the colourful paintings by Norwich-based artist Gennidiy Ivanov

A ‘Goodnight light’ – who doesn’t want a pink pineapple bedside light in their room?! The benefits of this item, which is handmoulded in Spain, is that it is shatterproof (so ideal for the most careless of teens) and uses a long life, low energy LED bulb. Priced £85, www.amara.com

Mini FL/Y ceiling light from Kartell – available in many different colours, this brightens the gloomiest of teenage lairs and they’ll like its funky design too. Priced £168, www.amara.com

Lady On Carpet rugLady On Carpet rug

Watermelon cushion – it might be the only fruit you can get your youngster interested in but this silk cushion will definitely add refreshing colour to any bedroom. Priced £95, www.amara.com

Lady On Carpet Rug by Seletti Wears Tolietpaper – teenage girls will love this idiosyncratic rug. Priced £790, www.janerichards.co.uk

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