On this occasion, and at the request of a large number of our followers on our Facebook Page, we will share some proposals for shared rooms for girls. We have already seen in several articles different ideas for shared children’s bedrooms, but this time we will focus more on girls.
And if we talk about shared bedrooms, most likely we do not have enough environments in our home and therefore we are forced to put two beds and sometimes more in the same room, which will surely reduce the space for other furniture. That’s why we loved these beds with space to place baskets or boxes underneath. The storage space is very important in any bedroom, and when we do not have enough space much more.
In the following image we can see a bedroom for three girls Count highlights the textile with floral motifs, in addition to the wallpaper of the walls, ideal for those who love the Shabby Chic decoration , where pastel colors abound and floral prints.
We love this bedroom with white walls but with a lot of color, obtained mainly through bedding where colors such as pink, turquoise and green prevail. In this particular case it is very helpful to have such large openings. These windows make the space look much bigger.
And what could we say about this turquoise bedroom? If there is a touch that transmits peace and tranquility, this is it. As we can see they have taken advantage of the corner very well, placing a corner furniture from where each headboard of bed.
When children grow up they will surely claim more privacy. That’s when we started looking alternatives to divide spaces intelligently and we loved this bedroom for two in which the beds have been separated with beautiful modular furniture, creating practically two rooms in one.
We love the double height rooms, as we have seen in our article “Children’s loft bedrooms” This type of room allows us to take better advantage of the spaces and makes them look much bigger than they are. In some cases the double height is exploited using the bottom to place a bed and another on the top floor. In others, on the other hand, we see that the lower part is used as a storage space, and the beds are placed on top. Depending on our needs, both alternatives can be very useful.
Finally we have this beautiful bedroom with two beds with curtains that imitate a canopy in the headboard. While there is a window in the headboard of one of them, to maintain the symmetry it has been chosen to place an equal curtain in the head of the other. We love how they combine in pink one with the blue in the other.