Despite the dissension that sometimes exists between brothers and sisters, it is possible to create their very own space that is harmonious and fun. We propose today 5 tips for decorating a child’s shared room.
In a shared room, especially if two children sleep there, you can create a sense of unity. Bedding is an excellent starting point. Choose two different sets of bedding and mix the two sets.
Bunk beds are certainly free up floor space for work or play, but it must be comfortable with the fact that the two children sleep in height. I can assure you, having had my 2 daughters in a bunk bed for almost 5 years, they are safe. The children squabble even for the top bunk! That said, I must admit that I would not let sleep a toddler upstairs.
The children sleep better at dark, that’s a fact. The curtains are practical and functional, but if the idea is to create a room that are stylish. Well we can do a little better. Consider replacing the old white curtains with a Roman shade. Or, leave the curtains, but add some nice curtains in front panels, which will add softness to the room.
Put their artistic talents to create a gallery of drawings, all in identical frames to unify the whole.
Storage is the most important in a child’s room. I like the idea of hiding the bunk bed behind long curtains.