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Shared Room Ideas for Kids

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Shared Room Ideas for Kids

As I mentioned a few weeks ago, we recently designed a gender neutral nursery for our baby. As the kids' old play room, we had to clear out this room for the baby and re-do their room so that it wouldn't be as cramped and offer enough space for reading, play and living for the girls. From bunk beds to new shelving and decor ideas, here is what we love for a shared kids' room.

Windsor Table and Chairs-White

Teamson: One aspect of their room that I knew I wanted to keep was their table and chairs. Now that they are 6 and 3, they outgrew their toddler set, so I was really excited to discover Teamson and their beautifully designed and crafted children’s furniture. Built upon the foundation of creativity, safety, imagination, high-quality, and love, Teamson effortlessly reveals the magic of an imaginative universe for children all over the world. This includes the Windsor White Rectangle Table, a high-quality (and thankfully easy-to-assemble) table and two chair set. Made of study and durable wood as well as with non-toxic paint, the table and chairs are ideal for my girls to play and read as well as useful for storage with its open and exposed table. Made with a non-slip surface, the girls love the bright white that enhances their room and makes it easy to entertain and learn. It is also easy-to-clean and tested for stability where the chairs can hold up to 100 pounds! Additionally, you can discover other amazing furniture pieces from Teamson with some of our favorites being theFantasy Fields - Under The Sea Bookshelf, the Teamson Kids Enchanted Forest 3-Piece Kitchen Play Set and the Teamson Kids Modern Wooden Doll House with Furniture for hours of imaginative play.


Decor Ideas: For decor ideas, we love the collection of beautiful prints from Brika. This includes a curated collection from some incredible artists and designers where they showcase their work on Brika. The prints for kids are especially lovely as they feature whimsical and inviting colors that can capture your child's personality as they enhance their room. Some of our favorites are the Feast Print, Make it Happen and Have Courage Little Sparrow that offers encouragement through its beautifully illustrated and designed print.

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We also love the cute Small Heart Wall Stickers from Vinyl Impression. These sweet and playful hearts are a great way to enhance any room with their fun and vibrant colors as well as whimsical edge. We love how they are easy-to-peel where kids can place them around their room and add some fun element to their space. They are also easy to remove so you can mix up the hearts, clump them together or spread them out.

Sleep Chart

Another decor piece that is also super functional is the Good Night Sleep Tight Reward Chart (2yrs+) from The Victoria Chart Company, a leading innovator in practical, easy to usereward charts for children. With the girls now sleeping in new beds, we wanted to make sure that their sleeping is consistent. We have had some issues with them getting out of bed in the night as well as us staying in their room until they fall asleep. To help them out we have been using the Sleep Charts with their collection of stickers to chart and create a healthy bedtime routine. Additionally, they offer a charts for potty training and school readiness - all of which include bright colors, cute characters, a durable design and routines kids can easily understand.

Canopy for kids

Bunk Bed: As with a lot of furniture from the nursery, we purchased our bunk beds from IKEA. A big change for both girls, we opted for bunk beds to add space to the room as well as to get our youngest into a bigger bed. We opted for the simple Mydal bunk bed that the girls created as their own with posters on the wall and the Classic Tulle Canopy from Pottery Barn Kids.

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