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from Apartment Therapy

A Compendium of Clever, Creative Ways to Set Up a Shared Kids Room

I don't know about you, but when I think of a shared kids' bedroom, my mind immediately goes to two twin beds side by side, or maybe bunk beds. (Or if you're as unlucky as my sister and I were, a shared full bed. We often daydreamed about building a wall right down the middle of the bed!) If you let yourself start to think outside of the box, there are so many creative solutions to a shared kids' situation. Here are a few of my favorites from our archives:

from Architecture & Design

21 Most Amazing Design Ideas For Four Kids Room

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from Handmade Charlotte

Shared Bedrooms

I like that the bottom bed's mattress is on the floor 1) easier/less expensive to build; and 2) lower height for top bunk.

from Life As Mama

7 Fantastic Bunk Beds For Kids

Maybe you’ve got more kids than you do rooms in your house, and your kiddos have to learn the art of sharing their space. Or maybe you’ve got multiples (I don’t know how you do it!) and you want them …


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from Babble

15 Adorable Bunk Room Ideas

Love built-in bunks for lake house guest room. I like the curtain idea so you can put some kids to bed before others and have them not be disturbed when the older kids come in.