4 Must-See Photos of Kids' Shared Bedrooms
Your little ones will surely love these spaces!
Having just one bedroom for your kids should not interfere with personalization. There are ways to celebrate their different personalities and interests, while maintaining a harmonious overall look. Make sure that each child gets his or her own bed, and check out these tips on how to decorate and style a shared room.
Main photo from: Lonny Magazine via Pinterest.
Hang curtains between the two beds to give your kids privacy. The little ones get to have their own nooks when the curtains are closed, but would still have the chance to talk and bond in a snap.
Photo from Life Made Lovely.
Most shared bedrooms follow a somehow similar layout of two beds placed side by side, with a dresser or small table in between. Create your own take by giving each child his or her own mini cabinet that you can place at the foot of the bed. With this setup, the kids get to have their own space for storage.
Photo from Lushome via Pinterest.
If the room is shared by bunso and an older child, you can have two bed frames with the same finish and bed linens that complement each other. Choose decor pieces that can be appreciated by both, opt to have an area rug, and other common elements to create a balanced look.
Photo from Handmade Charlotte.
To save on floor space, you can also place two twin beds strategically or end-to-end. This allows you to create a space for a play area or a study nook. You can also allocate some space for additional cabinets, tables, and even shelves.
Consider working with neutral colors to make the room feel welcoming and spacious.
Photo from Lonny Magazine via Pinterest.
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