Kids Bedroom

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Nadezna Siganporia added this to Solutions to 5 Big Problem Areas in a Kids' Shared Bedroom9 May 2018

In this bedroom the identical beds maintain visual continuity, giving each child equal yet separate spaces. The curtains feature the same pattern which unifies the decor but the different colours give each zone its own identity. The central floor space becomes the perfect shared play zone. Each personality is given the opportunity to shine through, while there is also a common space where your kids can bond. Read more:8 Storage Solutions for Shared Children’s BedroomsOut-of-the-Box Shelves for Your KidsTell us: What problems have you faced while designing a shared bedroom for your kids? Share your solutions in Comments below.

Vaishnavi Nayel Talawadekar added this to How to Design One Bedroom For Two Children23 March 2018

Distinguish with colourThis room is an example of two unique spaces created through distinctive colour choices. The central cobalt-blue colour scheme holds the space together, while allowing sherbet-pink and baby-blue elements to lend individuality to the siblings’ personal zones.

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Audrey Messier added this to Mathilde4 hours ago

J’aime bien que le lit soit en haut et un petit bureau en dessous mais je ne mettrai pas ça dans ma chambre

Melissa C added this to cordelia's bedroom2 days ago

I like all of it, the color, the bunk beds, and the little spaces under them including the curtain.

Helen Sinnott added this to Wish List3 days ago

Good idea. Maybe the double loft gives each their own space

Ben Neufeld added this to Anna’s Really Awesome Room IdeAs4 days ago

Double loft curtains dresser between

benton2002 added this to Kids5 July 2020

Lower bunk beds both beds tall book shelf middle, bean bag chair next to it 1. w/ small lights 2. Canopy curtains above bed 3. Names on wall 4. String lights in canopy