Putting children in the same room to save space is a reasonable way to do. But remember that children’s room is their activity and things nest. Therefore put two beds in the room. And of course that means there are a lot of things that parents have to handle when create a shared bedroom. With twice amount (or more) of the personality and needs that develop, it is often a daunting task for parents to accommodate each child’s individual storage, space and style.
You might want more toys storage, better organization, to encourage favorite hobbies, and facilitate children with their homework. You should find bedroom ideas for children. Any space actually has potential if there is a change in decoration, furniture, paint and – most importantly – creativity. Is your aesthetic fantastic and brave or just calm and warm, to make kids love it (and adults can also enjoy it), consider the idea of boy’s room and girls room that will truly transform any space and amaze.
Your first step is choose basic color that underlies the main elements of the room (walls, rugs, furniture). Color combinations such as white and gray, turquoise and white or combination of primary colors work for both boys and girls.
The interesting part of creating a super fun bedroom for your child is accessing and adjusting design elements to suit their personalities. Choose design elements that make the room feel like they belong. Personalize accessories throughout the room such as wall art or clothes hangers. Lights with their names or initials add a little energy and excitement to the room. Likewise, subtly add gender specific themes in one or two accessories, but keep the colors coordinated.
Creating a play area that both siblings can enjoy, even at the same time, is very helpful, especially for tired mothers and fathers. Larger floor mats, cushions, and soft objects such as rocking horses and tents are perfect for describing areas and fun to play with. Place your child’s larger toy in a storage container that is easily accessible, but taller than the floor so your youngest child cannot easily touch.