Crisp ArchitectsTraditional Kids, New York
Rob Karosis, Photographer
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One of the keys to successful room sharing is understanding how your children relate to each other. If they are pretty independent, like my sons were, putting the beds back to back like this creates a sense of separation. Place their nightstands and desks at opposite ends of the room, and it will be as close to having separate rooms as they can get.
Beds are usually to be lined up like soldiers against the longest bedroom wall. But what happens when twin beds won't fit lengthwise in the space? Try placing them headboard to headboard for a cozy, perfectly functional arrangement.