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Creative Shared Bedroom for Three Girls

April 16, 2015
With a little imagination and custom-built bunk beds, Emily and Peter Ligotti created an imaginative shared space where their three daughters could grow and play together.
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Small-Space Solution

Originally the guest room, this 13' x 9' bedroom is now home to sisters Piper, Sage and Ruby, aged 8, 6 and 3. Dad Peter custom-built the three bunk beds into what had been the closet to maximize open floor space. To provide storage, they added a ready-to-assemble, freestanding closet, plus each sister has her own color-coded storage bin.

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Room for Play

The small room features plenty of open floor space for Mom, Dad and the girls to play.

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Personalized Pods

The girls' bunks are a riot of color and pattern. They were each allowed to make their own design decisions. Piper, an avid animal lover, decorated her space with stuffed animals, puppy pictures and a few of her favorite books.

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Every Girl Needs Her Privacy

Sharing a room with your two sisters can be tough, so each girl has her own secret hideaway — old post office boxes built into the wall above their bed. Each box has a unique combination and only Peter knows all three in case one of the girls forgets.

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