Shared rooms for kids

When the children have to share a room and it is a boy and a girl, we have a problem. The problem is neither more nor less than the decoration of the room, what color to choose? half and half?. Here we show some solutions to decorate a Shared room .

Shared rooms for kids

When children are small, decor It can be easier, especially if we choose neutral tones like yellow or green. The problem arises when they are older and it is more complicated to find unisex decorative elements.

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When it comes to decorating a shared room, the choice of bed will determine much of what is done. For most the choice of bunk beds is necessary simply to save space. There is a great offer to choose the bunk, both for price and design and according to the space available. When space allows, a Shared room it can be divided but without breaking the unity of it. The most obvious way to divide a room is to use two curtains. Create privacy and allow a shared space.

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In the images above we can see examples of divisions that allow a certain privacy without breaking the bedroom unit. These separations focus on the beds and the space is shared.

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As we see the options are many and can be adapted to the available space and according to this we can opt for bunk beds or single beds. From bright colors and fun for the little ones to neutral colors for the older ones.

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Options are not lacking in the market, it is simply a matter of budget and space available for us to opt for one or the other option.

Photos: babyology.com.au

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