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2. Location: PuneIndependent study space is a must to enable any sort of studying in a calm manner. A custom-made study table set up against the wall is long enough to comfortably accommodate two scholars, with overhead shelves for storing their respective scholarly paraphernalia. The zany wallpaper provides colour and pattern to balance the neutral wall opposite.
7. Dimensions of study tableThe study table should be at least 4 feet long and 21-24 inches deep. Leave a clearance of 4 feet behind the study table so that there is enough space for one person to sit and study and others to comfortably walk by without disturbing the worker.
In this Mumbai bedroom for two children, stripe-banded chairs, colourful scatter cushions and an abstract alphabet wall are tied together in a dominant theme of blue with touches of red.Read more:Must-Haves in a Teenage Girl’s RoomKids’ Rooms: 9 Ceiling Designs That Lend Wings to ImaginationTell us:Do your kids share a bedroom? What factors did you consider while designing it? Tell us in Comments below.
2. With two or more kids sharing a room, sibling squabbles can be a part of daily life. Along with separate beds, there is an elongated study table (and shelves) to minimise conflicts. The white table has spindle legs and lots of drawers to keep the computer keyboard, stationery and other essentials. There’s an under-the-table storage section in the middle to stack school bags, books and stuff. The tables don’t look onto a bland wall but a peppy alphabetical wallpaper that spells fun.
6. I personally love this well-fitted room: it has such zany energy. The feature wall with alphabet graphics, the comfy beds, the dedicated workstations with the open overhead shelves make this a fun room. A breakout area with a swing chair in the balcony is a cool spot for hanging out. What gives depth and spirit to all of this are the pops of colour, restrained but impactful. Read more: 8 Storage Solutions for Shared Children’s Bedrooms8 Tips to Teach Kids to DeclutterTell us:How have you designed your tween’s bedroom? Tell us in Comments below.