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A Shared Bedroom for a Brother and Sister

October 08, 2014
Creating a shared bedroom for siblings can be tough, especially when one child is a 6-year-old boy and the other is a 3-year-old girl. Mom Rebecca Woolf makes it work by designating spaces to suit each of their tastes and needs.
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Separate But Equal

Bunk beds are a natural in a shared kids' room but in this kids' room, they're the only piece of furniture that's shared. From the artwork to the furniture, every other detail has been customized to suit either 6-year-old Archer or 3-year-old Fable. Rebecca allowed the kids to select furnishings, fabrics and colors to suit each of their tastes.

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Multifunctional Furniture

Rebecca's one big splurge was the bunk beds, which will come in handy when her twins are ready to leave the nursery for a big kids' room or the bunk beds can be separated into two twin beds if needed.

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Savvy Storage

The bunk beds feature a handy built-in bookcase that provides plenty of room for organizing each child's favorite reads. Sliding doors cover cubbies for stashing toys and games.

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Happy Hues

Fable selected the art and curtains on her side of the room. Her love of vibrant colors, flowers and repetitive patterns brightens up this corner.

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