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A connectedness to family history is an important element of tween room design, especially in both Ellis’ and Camille’s rooms. Many designers suggest having at least one item in every room that has been handed down from family members throughout the years. Mixing newly purchased pieces with those that were passed down from parents and/or grandparents creates a truly personal touch. Even better, it is a tradition that can be continuously carried down through several generations. For example, the canopy bed in Camille’s room is the same bed Amy and her older sister slept in as children. "That bed has really made the rounds, first with Camille’s cousin and now with Camille," Amy recalls. "It’s still squeaky like when I was little, and even that inconvenience is part of its story. For Camille and her cousin, it was their first big-girl bed. And our house may not be its last stop because now there’s that tradition." The hand-me-down tradition can always start anew with items given to children as gifts. Ellis’ beloved black globe was a gift from his paternal grandmother. Perhaps 20 years from now, that same globe will end up in his son’s room.

The bulk of daughter Camille’s record collection is a stack of 45s from her dad’s collection from his youth. Among them: "YMCA" by Village People, "Get Up Offa That Thing" by James Brown and, of course, "Le Freak" by Chic. From handed-down furniture to music appreciated as much by tweens as their parents, one thing is certain in the Flurry household: Vintage never goes out of style. - Antique stores and flea markets are great sources for finding one-of-a-kind items for decorating tween rooms. - To keep tween spaces from feeling too juvenile, stay away from using themes or color combinations that are often associated with nurseries or children’s rooms. - Gender-neutral colors such as robin’s-egg blue and blue-green are excellent choices for tween rooms. A few other less-expected tones that also work well are coral, blue-gray and violet, as well as muted greens such as celery and sage. - To make a tween’s space truly unlike any other, incorporate handed-down pieces from family members into the design. - For rooms with active teens who are prone to bumping into furniture and scratching surfaces, search flea markets and thrift stores for pieces with worn-in, comfortably aged looks. - Painting wood floors with high-energy porch and floor paint can give a tween space a brand-new, super-cool look without major costs. The everyday wear and tear of the floor will add to the patina, giving it more character over time.

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Mom, Amy and dad Alan are huge supporters of the local arts community and lovers of all things vintage. To decorate the family’s 1920 Craftsman home in Athens, Ga., they’ve mostly focused on finding one-of-a-kind pieces from small, locally owned-and-operated shops. "We look to the cool vintage shops in downtown Athens for pieces with style but that aren’t so precious either, because in the end they may be covered with stickers," says Amy, who often includes Ellis and Camille when searching out pieces for their rooms. "Plus, we know most of the owners and would rather support them than go to a big-box store." As far as what draws Amy to antiques, quality and longevity are at the top of her list: "I’m a fan of buying something that was made well and has been around a while, rather than buying new and disposing of it when it falls apart. It’s a way of thinking and living that Alan and I both hope filters down to the kids. That’s another reason we buy vintage. Plus, it’s cooler."

Tween bedrooms are perhaps the final, uncharted territory of interior design. The stakes are high: This is a stage in life where individuality and coolness seem like everything, and a sense of personal place can help tweens as they transition into full-fledged teenagers. Parents know it’s not as simple as choosing a paint color and a gender-appropriate theme - baby-blue baseball motifs and bubble-gum-pink walls won’t do. One option is to take a middle road, sticking with ageless, gender-neutral shades of blue, green and orange. This middle-road option doesn’t have to feel middle-aged. The key to a successful tween room is an anything-goes approach balanced with classic items certain to grow along with its no-longer-a-kid-but-not-yet-a-teenager occupant. Two excellent examples of tween spaces done right are the charming bedrooms of 9-year-old Camille Flurry and her 13-year-old brother, Ellis.

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