When young adults turn out on their own in the real world, their full size bedroom sets should reflect their personalities as their budget constraints. The youngster’s bedroom decor is going to be just a little more grownup than the rooms of their childhood, youth or college. However, they can still use things that were in their old rooms, only in a modified, adult-like manner. Do you have posters of your favorite rock band and movie posters on the walls of the old room? Good news: you can keep them posters on the new “young adult” room.
Bad news: You have to spend money to get them framed. The main difference between posters in a children’s room and posters in the parents room is not the poster, but if it is framed. Install bookshelves full size bedroom sets that reflect your new taste (old college textbooks, magazines) but get rid of these hardy boy books. Choose classic colors like dark blue, tan and black for color choices. Unfortunately, you can no longer get away with posters of Nirvana or Robert Pattinson on the walls. But a good idea for posters is your favorite movies. Just make sure they are all framed.
For your full size bedroom sets color choices, stay away from pink and other pastels. Good color choices for the young adult woman’s room include red, blue, green and violet. Shag blankets and matching bed spreads are also a good bet. Dig the old twin size bed. As a new adult, your bed size should, at least, a full size bed. Adults often cover the windows with matching curtains, too. Finally, one of the most important things to remember when decorating your room is new grownup: get rid of all the mess. While the college room college may have been filled with old pizza bags, magazines and newspapers, the adult room must have storage space for.