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Mia and Nick's Shared Nursery
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for a shared space? Here a toddler shares a room with her baby brother. Sky blue is a wonderful color that appeals to both girls and boys.
Nick's Shared Nursery
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“Color” — snelson1234
Joni Spear Interior Design
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Joni Spear Interior Design
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Riley. & new baby will share a room
about sharing a room! Such cute colors!
shared room for boys & girls
great space for two. Pops of green, brown and a paisley pattern are nice touches for both siblings. Also, a chalkboard is a fun way to encourage creativity.
Toddler Plus Baby Let's start with when a toddler and a baby share a bedroom. This parent has made the room comfortable for both children
separate space for the older child. The blackboard over the toddler's bed gives him a healthy and safe way to express how he is feeling, while marking that part of the room as his alone. Walls painted different colors delineate whose space is whose while adding color and fun to the decorating scheme.
“Boys room” — kannasm
Soorikian Architecture
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Druid Hills Renovation New Children's Bedroom in Attic
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there is space for storage under the children's beds, and it isn't messy or that noticeable. I have been looking into bedroom storage chicago for some help with that. I also love the idea of fitting the kids beds in a windowsill. How did you find mattresses the right size?
for a shared bedroom and they still get some privacy of their own
Give kids privacy in shared room. Each nook/wall could be a different color
Shared room is great with the double canopy like beds
will be shared? Bunk beds are always an option for making the most of space in a shared room, but for a more sophisticated look, go for bed cubbies. Despite the fact that they’re in the same space, these room-sharers will appreciate the sense of privacy they receive when in their individual nooks.
“Robb and Jordan” — nicoleshergabriellasher
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Fiorella Design
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Woodside Residence
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seating space for to kids? What are this desk measurements? Thanks
Good shared space for the kids
kids sharing space? It doesn't have to be a recipe for disaster. Start by taking an honest look at the two kids' personalities: Will they work well side by side, or would it be better to have separate desks? If you go for the double workspace, avoid potential conflict by providing each child with a
shelf space. Encourage kids to personalize the space by hanging artwork, displaying favorite toys or using vintage letters to spell out their names.
“Homework desks” — hurene
Olga Adler
14 Reviews
Multifunctional Playroom
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establish a shared zone is to focus it on an activity - like homework (the chalkboard above has a similar function). In this room, the shared space offers lots of storage, too - an extra bonus.
A great study space for siblings. Suggestive of focus and constructive behavior, but not stuffy.
spaces are not always bedrooms. In this study space, separate cabinets and drawers help to create individual workstations.
“Built in desks” — natalieadamson
Cary Bernstein Architect
1 Review
Cary Bernstein Architect Eureka Valley Residence
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Imagine secret crawl space to the other room
an idea for that empty space in my lounge
Play space. If space permits, dedicate a room for your children's playthings. When children have a place to call their own, they tend to migrate there.
Get as much off the floor as possible. Kids want room to play! An open space will mean a safer place to play and fewer things to get dirty or ruined
kids' spaces. Even though it might not stay clean for long, it's worthwhile to make the effort and get your children's play space under control before the holidays. Using organization techniques that'll encourage kids to put things away may help the space stay tidy — at least until the end of the day
playroom is sharing space with the adult section of the basement, try to select furnishings that almost look like an extension of the adult area,” says Wolfe. “Kid-size craft tables and chairs have come a long way from bubble gum style to cool, mini-me pieces.”
“kids room storage” — rohinik26
Upward Bound House - Bridgit Coulter
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great space savers, though this one is so perfect empty I don't know if I could stand to put anything on it!
Individualize each space. A smaller space and free standing furniture still
your shared space? Will wall decals and coordinating duvets pull the room together? Upload your photos below. Show and tell us what you want your dorm room to look like. "Before" photos welcome, too! More: Cool Stuff for a Music-Lover's Dorm
“Wall and theme” — mel_0043
Alykhan Velji Design
Nursery
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girls and shared spaces, yellow for the nursery is a winner. Especially elegant with soft gray or blue, yellow is a warm, friendly choice for baby's first room. For a more modern feel, paint the walls a soft gray and use yellow for the accents (rug, curtains, bedding). For a fun vintage-inspired look, go
“colours” — pdhighlander
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