5 of the best shared kids rooms

February 17, 2015

5 best shared kids rooms

When it comes to shared kids rooms, bunk beds are the easiest option especially when space is limited.  But I’m not a fan of most bunk beds.  Apart from the safety thing, with a few exceptions, I’m just not crazy about how they look.  Instead I think two beds look so much nicer and often look cosier.  With a little imagination and thought, you can fit them in, even in small bedrooms.   I went looking for some shared room inspiration and here are my favourite finds:

shared kids room small space

This small shared kids room sounds like it was a real labour of love.  The room is only 10 x 12 feet so the mum didn’t want the beds taking up the whole room.  Instead she wanted them against one wall which left playing space even in this small room.  As the beds needed to be shorter then regular singles, they made them and even built in storage – the top panels of the beds can be lifted and the bottom panel acts like a storage box. 

brother and sister shared room ideas

This eclectic shared kids room is bursting with fun and personality.  By using mismatched beds, each child’s area is effortlessly separated without looking like you have two separate areas.  The quirky decor across the room brings it all together and it looks so great too.  This kind of decor is so perfect for a brother and sister shared space too.

shared kids room ideas

This is another small shared kids room.  By placing a large rug in the room, the whole room is brought together in a cheerful and cosy way.  The beds are the same but by using different colours each kid has their own side.  In small space like this one, a single bedside table is another way of making the best use of the space.

boys shared room ideas

This is a room shared by brothers.  While it looks more spacious than some of the other rooms, the space is still maximised by putting the beds at right angles to each other.  This gives a big playing space in the middle, perfect for two little boys.  I like the simple decor as well ensuring that the room grows with the boys and you don’t have to redecorate every couple of years.

 shared room ideas boys

This has got to be one of the most fun shared kids rooms I came across.  This room is shared by brothers but it could equally be a unisex shared room or even a room for sisters.  Apart from the cheerful black and white decor with pops of yellow, the idea of using shelves as a headboard is great.  There’s no need for bedside tables and you get a lot more storage space.

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