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Kids Share Room Without War

Extra storage with their beds

Storage beds are the wonderful and ingenious combination of extra storage and a roll out bed. This translates to more available space for the children – as the storage drawers can be ‘put away’ instead of taking up additional space in the bedroom. It also has the added benefit of an extra bed – for sleepovers made simple.

Transform one room into two

Simply dividing a shared bedroom with a room divider is a simple and effective way of creating a personal/ individual space for each child. This also means that you won’t have to do serious building alterations, as you can purchase a divider with an interesting and ‘hip’ design. Alternatively, you can also use a large bookcase/ set of shelves, which will grant you even more storage. Of course, you can combine the room divider and bunk bedsconcepts and create enough sleeping space for sleepovers for each kid as well.

Involve the kids

As mentioned before – children need to express their individuality. Allowing each child to give their input on their side of the bedroom will help them to just that. Remember that more often than not – children have their own ‘style’ and aesthetic – and want to add to their room’s theme/ motif. Having two definitive sides of the room will once again avoid sibling rivalry of who’s in who’s space. There are many simple, yet transformative ways of differentiating the bedroom’s sides. Be creative – use interesting paint designs, vinyl prints, wallpaper or even just different color walls on each side with a funky design.