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Mia and Nick's Shared Nursery
Ideabooks996
Questions2
Need ideas 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.
Mia and Nick's Shared Nursery
shared bedroom...shared nursery...Simple shared room...Shared space...shared room
“sharing?” — Morgana James
Soorikian Architecture
6 Reviews
Druid Hills Renovation New Children's Bedroom in Attic
Ideabooks19,806
Questions7
I love this room and I love how 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
Trying to figure out how to maximize space in a room that 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
LOOOOVE THIS for my girls' room!!!! Great space saver!
A great way to make the shared space personal to each child is to let them pick the
“Bonus paint options” — mksimpson95
StudioBARON Design
8 Reviews
Kentfield Sisters' Bedroom
Ideabooks8,943
Questions12
This is not wallpaper! We created a custom treatment suited to the scale of the space! Thank you for your inquiry!
another sharing concept
shared space
“Wall” — Randi Burkhart-Miller
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Robert Young Architects
Ideabooks29,232
Questions16
How the space is used with the beds
Clean lines of the beds. Simple and beautifully done. And crazy good use of space!
lovely ideas here for saving space also the basket in the
say that the girls' bedroom is their favorite room in the house,” adds Young. These bunk beds were custom designed for three young sisters who share this space together. The furnishings, as well as the architecture and interior, were all designed by Robert Young Architects. The homeowners were very involved
say that the girls’ bedroom is their favourite room in the house,’ adds Young. These bunk beds were custom designed for three young sisters who share this space together. The furnishings, as well as the architecture and interior, were all designed by Robert Young Architects. The homeowners were very involved
“BEDS” — ilovefishduckies
Cary Bernstein Architect
1 Review
Cary Bernstein Architect Eureka Valley Residence
Ideabooks12,554
Questions10
The storage space under the shelving and the black board pain on the walls.
chalkboard on wall, hiding space under cabinets large enough to hide larger toys when they aren't there
mind that most basements are one big open room, meaning a playroom is going to be adjacent to a TV room or even a bar area. “If the 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
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
“Cool” — lsloyo
Fiorella Design
13 Reviews
Woodside Residence
Ideabooks39,989
Questions8
What is the minimun seating space for to kids? What are this desk measurements? Thanks
shelving unit above desk would safe a lot space
Perfect study space with storage cubbies and big counter for books and school supplies
Two 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
with a desk lamp, a cup for pens and pencils, and individual shelf space. Encourage kids to personalize the space by hanging artwork, displaying favorite toys or using vintage letters to spell out their names.
“The chairs” — auntiekayla
Francesca Owings Interior Design
1 Review
Point West at Macatawa Park
Ideabooks7,323
Questions4
Good idea for sharing spaces/small spaces
walls to provide a little bit of extra privacy in one shared space.
Small spaces...Nice guest space...The space...Bunk beds space
“childrens room” — John Owaji-Onyi
Upward Bound House - Bridgit Coulter
Ideabooks3,364
Questions8
The traditional college bunk bed is a dorm-room staple. How will you personalize 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
Coatracks are 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
“věšák na kabáty” — Mariana Hendrychova
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