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3. A team of threeThe accent wall of this study room features three bright, equally attention-demanding colours. However, the neutral and understated nature of the white (on the walls) and brown (on the floor) balances the visual weight. A palette like this is particularly great for twin- or triple-sharing study rooms.Look at these kids’ rooms on Houzz photos
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6. How to decorate a bedroom shared by kids so they are all happy?Demarcate zones for each of your children with the aid of a storage unit, or a suspended screen or curtain (it takes up less space), or a bookshelf. Allow them to decorate their own spaces; along with being fun for them, it encourages them to be organised and responsible for their own belongings.Here are some great tips on decorating a bedroom shared by siblings
12. Closet it inIf budget permits, installing some built-in units to really make the most of your space would be well worth it. Here, huge floor-to-ceiling cupboards in easy-to-clean, hard-wearing materials open up to reveal masses of storage opportunities for toys and craft; you could even incorporate a little desk for homework.