Shared Bedroom Ideas for Kids
For privacy's sake, this family chose to divide a shared bedroom with an inconspicuous pocket door. Each bed has hidden storage compartments, which are brilliant for holding blankets, sheets, and out of season clothing.
Roll With It
Whether two girls are sharing a bedroom or it's a guest room with extra sleeping spots, make smart furniture choices. Here, a roll out bed helps solve space issues.
Sharing spaces can start from the very beginning. Play it safe with all white furniture and add bursts of color with the rug, linens, and artwork.
The Brady bunch kids made bunk beds look dreamy. If your kids need to share a space, consider doubling up so you don't infringe upon the playtime area.
If you take the space-saving bunk bed route, bring in fun design elements into the space like mismatched sheets and bold wall color.
If you have a boy and a girl bunking together, stick to gender neutral colors. Ash wood and a soft shade of terracotta will make both kids feel right at home in their own environment.
Mix and Match
When it comes to decorating for teenage girls, it's all about mixing and matching. Blending styles (stripes, florals, plaids) can live peacefully if you stick to a consistent color palette.
You might not be able to give everyone a bedroom, but you can provide them with personal space. Be creative and strategic with the setup. Sliding door panels separate a brother and a sister in this oversized bedroom.