In 1995, internationally exhibited photographer Adrienne Salinger documented American teens in their bedrooms for her book My Room: Teenagers in Their Bedrooms. 21 years later, we've shared some of our favorite images from her incredible book below.
Attention: Urban Outfitters
Please re-make and sell those bed sheets. They. Are. Amazing.
I'm not a psychic, but I know a Blind Melon fan when I see one. #NoRain
What a sweetie pie. This kid loved pets. I mean, it's a little much to have a hamster cage on your bed, but whatever... He legit loves animals. That's awesome.
Fun fact: Before Facebook and Instagram, you put the things you liked on your actual wall.
The hair, the shirt, the vibe. If someone rocked her same look today, they'd be the coolest kid in Brooklyn.
You know how the '90s are IN these days? Well in the '90s, the '70s were IN. Clearly. I mean, look at this bad ass! I bet his name is Pretty Ricky!
This room has that '90s witchy vibe. You know that "The Craft is my favorite movie" and "I have a crush on Marilyn Manson" vibe? In other words, the type of girl I would have had a crush on.
File under: If Sixteen Candles took place in the '90s.
He seems like the regular boy next door UNTIL YOU NOTICE THAT CREEPY MASK. What the eff, dude?!
This girl is awesome. She was like, "I want to make my room look like a Windows 95 screensaver."
I know that face all too well. It's the "my parents are forcing me to hold my instrument" face. I feel your pain, Ellen. That was me, but with a clarinet.
As if she needed the L'Oreal magazine cut outs on her wall. It's pretty clear that this great gal loves hairspray!
Something tells me that this guy was a wee bit girl crazy back in the day.
Today, he'd be the type of the guy that swipes right on every Tinder profile.
"Hey, Axl Rose. I'll take it from here, bro."