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.
Use shelving and a creative paint technique to create an individual space for each kid in a shared room.
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