Bunked beds work great for children of all ages, with the younger of the two sleeping safely on the bottom bunk. This room's simple design and unisex color palette are ideal for a brother/sister duo.
Allow your children to express their individuality. These reversible duvet covers allow for each child to have a separate look, yet keep the room feeling cohesive and balanced.
In this kids' room design, built-in shelving offers the illusion of privacy. Each child has space to call her own, yet they are close enough for the pair to still enjoy each other's company.
This room shows another divided space-within-a-space. The sleeping quarters are designated to one side of the room while the play area is delineated by an oversized polka-dotted rug. This room satisfies a bedroom's dual functions: rest and recreation.
Practice duplicity. Two bean bags provide seating for both kids to enjoy quiet time in their reading nook. When not in use, stack them in the corner or under the beds when floor space is at a premium.
Go big, even in a small space. These metal architectural letters make a huge impact in this contemporary, nautical-themed room. Smaller pieces would make the room feel cluttered.
No need to modify the decor when a younger child shares room with older sibling — just make needed adjustment to the furnishings. A set of antique beds are the perfect fit in this charming girls' room. Notice that bed rails (in the same color) have been added to the bed on the left to satify the needs of the junior occupant.