Furnishing and decorating the shared children’s rooms for two or more children is not a simple task. If it is about siblings of the same or similar ages. It seems that the problem is not as serious as if we are talking about sharing a room between a boy and a girl. Or between siblings with a considerable age difference.
Considerations for the decoration of shared children’s rooms
With the arrival of a new child at home, we probably consider whether it is more appropriate for each brother to have his own room and thus. Each one have a space that feels like theirs. Or it is better that they use the same bedroom to that, in this way. They can share games and experiences. Although for many parents the option of individual rooms does not exist today. Because the surface of the floors and houses in which we live is not large enough to allow each child to have a room.
When, by choice or obligation, the children share a room, we have to take into account the taste of each of the children. The meters we have and, above all, the budget we have.
We have to visualize how to make the most of the meters we have to get a perfect shared child. Or youth room, where each child has their own space, feel comfortable and have enough storage furniture for all their belongings.
Once we know the exact measurements of the room with which to work and we have clear budget available. We have to decide what style we will give the room so we can start selecting furniture, decoration. And, finally, the details with which we will obtain a perfect result.
Finally, we have to take into account that children grow and what is a useful solution today may be that in a couple of years it is not so much. Therefore, my recommendation is to choose storage elements that can be adapted to the changing needs of our children and above all. That are of good quality to support the treatment of our children. It is very important that the furniture is resistant. And durable since the rest of elements such as paintings or textiles will always be easier to change and adapt to the ages of children.
What style are we going to give the children’s room?
If we want each of the children to have a sense of their own space, a good option may be to separate environments. Different environments for each of the children. But whose result, as a whole, have to be compact.
The way to get it?
We can use in the space of each child, different colors. But using common elements that unify the room.
If the brothers are boys and girls, we do not need to limit ourselves to the typical pink and blue. The color combination is much wider: greens, yellows or oranges, they can also be a good option, do not you think?
Another option that we can consider for the decoration of shared children’s rooms. Totally opposite to the first one, would be to give the same color for the whole room, with identical furniture and the same decoration. This option, in my view, is the most appropriate in rooms of reduced size. Because in this way, the sensation of amplitude will be greater.
This possibility is also the most suitable, when the brothers are boys and girls. And we want to obtain a unisex space because, with a neutral decoration, without a doubt, we will achieve it.
The recourse to put bunk beds can be a very good option, when we have a few meters since. It is a way to clear the bedroom without giving up having several beds. In this way we gain that space vertically. In the current market. We can find many models from the typical superimposed to beds in L through the train berths.
Both with bunk beds and with folding beds which are also an option we will leave the central area of the room free. In this way we have already, a first area destined for rest and a second one that depending on the age of the children can be destined to play area. Or if they are already older children, to work zone simply by setting up a study table.
Of course, with the bunk beds, we gained space. But we also gained in difficulty when it comes to dressing the bed.
So far, we have only talked about rooms with beds, but with the arrival of a new baby. It is likely that he should share a room with an older brother in which case, with the amount of things that a newborn requires. It is best to opt for furniture with a lot of storage capacity and above all. Try that with the new furniture the older brother will continue to find comfortable. And not feel displaced with the arrival of the new tenant.
How to decorate a modern youth room with the latest
Youth and children’s rooms are always one of my favorite parts of any home. Normally in them we let fly more the imagination. We throw of the color and until we allow ourselves to be creative. Today we are going to be inspired to know how to decorate a youth room according to the latest ideas we have seen at the Cologne and Milan Fairs. Because the children’s and youth rooms are also renewed and filled with new proposals, new colors. And wall papers to become an inspiring environment that helps them develop their full potential.
We know that every day we have less space at home so we are looking to get the most out of the space. And the children’s rooms were not going to be less. In this case, most of the ideas are directed towards making the most of the high space, putting the beds higher. And taking advantage of the area below for study and storage. Each time you see more this type of furniture that can be the perfect solution if you have little space. And they are also fun and original.
Perhaps because a large part of the population lives in flats, children’s trains are a constant although with many variants and options according to your needs. The age of the child or children, how many occupants the room will have. If we prefer more storage space or an area study. The options are so many that it is impossible not to find a solution whatever your problem. If you have a few meters, a train can be the way for children to have everything they need now. And when they grow up. And for the little ones there are fun accessories for the beds that become authentic forts or palaces.
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