When it comes to separating space in a kids’ shared bedroom, furniture can be very handy. For example, consider placing a bookshelf or a toy box between the two beds to create more personal space for each child.
Personalise the space
Include lots of personalised items in your kids’ shared bedroom to avoid arguments around whose things are whose. From wall art to painted signs above the beds, there’s an endless list of personalised treasures you could dot around the room.
How do you maximise space in a shared bedroom?
If you have enough space, place the beds at opposite sides of the room to reinforce separateness. If you’re short on room, you could install bunk beds to free up more floor space for your little ones.
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