What exactly do you find in Teen Vogue? Everything; including the latest fashions, colors, and trends that attract teenagers these days. It’s quite a blend of age-appropriate content that focuses completely on what appeals to a specific demographic of customers. So how does that translate to interior designs?
In a lot of ways, many clients prefer a certain lightness in their interior designs that are quite reminiscent of the styles you find in Teen Vogue. Let’s look at exactly how some of these designs can be fully articulated in an HDB setting.
Fun, fruity colors seem to be the ever-present preset of Teen Vogue, so what better way to articulate your interior designs in that aesthetic than by emulating the color palate. You can use different material and accessories in these fruity colors to fully interpret the essence of the Teen Vogue aesthetic in your interior designs.
Lightly retro formations seem to be a ubiquitous style that is represented in many Teen Vogue catalogues. You can interpret this particular part of the aesthetic through the furniture styling and patterning. You can even emulate graphics as part of the design to capture the unfettered nostalgia of this specific style.
3. Visually dynamic
Teen Vogue aesthetics are big on being visually dynamic. They’re stylish without being boring. Therefore, there are lots of colors that are emulated to fully capture that aesthetic. The trick here is to be as contrasting as possible. The more high contrast your color scheme is, the more visually dynamic it can seem.
4. Polka dots
Who doesn’t appreciate a nice polka dot formation? If you’re trying to emulate a Teen Vogue inspired aesthetic, then polka dots are the way to go. However, the trick here is to retain an air of ‘maturity’ about your space and not dip down the ‘juvenile’ category. A somber polka dot themed wallpaper on the feature wall is definitely a good way to go.
5. Branch out with shapes
The technical square, rectangular and simply straight formations are a complete bore. If you’re looking to emulate the quirkiness of the Teen Vogue aesthetic, then you need to work in a diverse amount of shapes in the space design. From artfully shaped furniture to rugs with rounded edges, anything zany enough is acceptable for this aesthetic.