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aquabooks99
@tracy626 Ask your kids what they prefer. Some kids don't mind sharing, even when they get older, but others really need their own space. If you are definitely putting them in the same room, put curtains around the beds.
   
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aquabooks99
I think blue and green are definitely the best colors for shared rooms, especially with girls and boys
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cblaisd
Yes!! Those colors are looking very great.

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