Designing a Shared Space for Kids
Try these decorating ideas to create a conflict-free zone in shared bedrooms without compromising on personal expression.
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Separate Study Spaces
When it's time to pause the playtime and buckle down on homework, kids who share a room can benefit from having individual study spaces. Delonge says when parents add a desk near each child's bed, they're really giving their kids their own mini-room without resorting to dividers. "Even just a light and a desk at the end of the bed gives it more of an intimate touch," she says.
The organizing and storage experts at HGTV.com share tips for organizing kids' rooms, from toddler to teen.(15 photos)