5 Ideas for shared children’s bedrooms

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We love the children’s decoration, and more than once we have dealt with a topic that, at present, most of the families have to live, and we refer to when two or more brothers must share the same room. Nowadays, it is difficult to obtain housing that is large enough or with the necessary environments. The important thing here is not to take this as a problem but as a challenge. Therefore we will share below 5 ideas for shared children’s bedrooms that we have loved and that may serve as inspiration.



5 Ideas for shared children’s bedrooms

The bunks they are a classic, both in children’s rooms as juveniles. They are ideal for save space, especially when it comes to a small stay. We loved this bedroom where the special touch is not only given by the vinyl on the wall but also that small armchair with heart backrest and trunk, a storage solution that we love. Lately the decoration with trunks It is being used a lot in children’s rooms.

Generally when we think of children’s decoration we associate this with colors, many colors. The truth is that it does not have to be this way. Lately, the neutral and natural colors in spaces for children. In the following image we see how beautiful oak wood looks in a shared bedroom for 3 children. In addition, the striking is the arrangement of the beds below, located on a wooden platform.

5 Ideas for shared children’s bedrooms

Another option that we love is to choose just two tones of the color palette. For example, as we see in the following case, red and blue, in addition to white as a tapestry. It is amazing everything that can be achieved with just two tones. The interesting thing about this shared children’s room is that the bunk bed has a third bed, the well-known “nest beds”, ideal for having a third place for when we have guests, and while we do not have them they do not take up any space. A detail that we love is the decoration with pennants that we can see on the wall of the beds.



5 Ideas for shared children’s bedrooms

Now, if we like the color, perfect! We could choose a wall of the room and paint it in a color, like the orange that we can see next; and the rest leave blank. As we can see here, the bright colors abound, the decorative vinyl on the wall, the bed linen and the colored drawers give it that energy that we surely want.

5 Ideas for shared children’s bedrooms

And if we have children of school age, we should not forget the study area. If we do not have much space, a piece of furniture like this could be the solution. It consists of two double height beds arranged in “L” with two study areas, one for each child, and all in only 5 m2. Amazing!

5 Ideas for shared children’s bedrooms


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