Shared Kids’ Rooms: 10 Detailed Examples To Help You Plan It Right

While every kid might want a room of their own, the reality is that sometimes it's just not feasible. In smaller homes for families that are growing, sharing a room in quite common. In the U.S., nearly 2/3 of kids in families with more than one child share rooms. Shared rooms can help siblings bond and learn to share and compromise, which is why some kids share rooms to make more space for other family priorities like a home office or guest rooms. Of course, shared rooms also come with their own challenges. Before putting your kids into a room together, it's important to spend time thinking about how the room will be laid out and what the ground rules of the space will be. The rooms featured in this post are certainly cute and stylish, but they are also designed with functionality in mind.

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