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Restoration Hardware's New Teen Decor Line

RH Teen brings high-quality furnishings to teenagers with sophisticated style



For the modern day teenager, personal space can be hard to come by. This means that the bedroom often becomes a coveted space for teens to express their individual tastes and, for many, to develop their own sense for design. Restoration Hardware’s new teen collection, launched in September, is specifically designed for these decor-minded teenagers who are looking to add a level of sophistication to their living spaces.

From Kashmir faux fur beanbag chairs to metallic leather jewelry boxes, it’s easy to find the perfect item to class-up your teen’s bedroom, or you can shop by style to put together a more complete look for a whole room. Styles like “Wild and Free” and “Game On” make it easy to shop for the free-spirited young woman or sporty young man with coordinating furniture and accessories. Take a look at these stylish RH Teen items and get inspired to design your own trendy teen room.

DEVYN TUFTED TÊTE-À-TÊTE VELVET BED  $1,649 - $2,279 

 

DEVYN TUFTED TÊTE-À-TÊTE UPHOLSTERED BED  $1,879 - $2,729 

 

BRAIDED METALLIC LEATHER POUF $199 

 

WOVEN LEATHER STORAGE $139 - $199

 

VOX IRON SLIPCOVERED BED $899 - $1,099

 

ORBIT CHAIR $1,799 

 

HAND-DISTRESSED BRASS ROUND MIRROR $429

 

ABSTRACT SURFBOARD PRINTS $499 

 

NOA FACETED PENDANT PEWTER $349 

Restoration Hardware recently opened a gallery in the Cherry Creek Shopping Center in Denver, Colorado, where their new RH Teen Line is displayed.
Check out: The Opening Party: RH Denver, The Gallery of Cherry Creek

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