Common rooms for children: 10 detailed examples that will help you plan correctly

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. Although every child may want to create his own room, the reality is that sometimes this is simply impossible. In small houses for families who grow up, they share a room quite often. In the US, almost 2/3 of children in families with more than one daughter room. Shared rooms can help relatives of brothers and sisters, learn to share and compromise, so some children share rooms to make more space for other family priorities, such as home office or guest rooms.

Of course, shared rooms also have their own problems. Before putting your children in a room together, it's important to spend time thinking about how the room will be laid out and what are the basic rules of space. The rooms in this post are certainly lovely and stylish, but they are also designed with functionality in mind.


Visualizer: Christina Bilinec

The first room was intended for two brothers.

This number perfectly illustrates the important advice when designing a space for a joint child: do not let anyone leave this area.

Choosing a design with a loft bed, there is still an open area for children to hang out and move around.

The vertical version of the storage of bicycles is practical, and together with the buckets for storing barrels for oil it is possible to give the room a small industrial atmosphere.

Many children's rooms are designed so that they do not fit in the head, but the fact is that children and their friends have a lot in their rooms.

A comfortable sofa and chairs from beans mean that children and their guests can sit comfortably and rest.


The visualizer: Tatyana Ryltsova

The next room uses a different approach, with colors that are slightly brighter than the first. Cute accessories everywhere, including children's night lights with the help of light, softened Miffy, give this room a very young atmosphere. Indeed, another important piece of advice for developing separated children's rooms is that the children who live there will help in the design.

The more children can contribute to the appearance of the room, the more they will feel comfortable and happy there, even if they "learn."

This cheerful and colorful room is definitely the place where children will be happy to invite their friends.

Practical elements such as a lot of storage space and a common table will surely please their parents.


Visualizer: another studio

Even when children share a room, as in this apartment in Elemage, they will still have their own separate life.

This sleeping cubic design is ideal for children who live there, but when it's time to spend the night, things can get more complicated.

Before translating children into a common room, make sure that you have defined the plan when the children want to be alone with their friends.

This could mean that one child spends the night on the couch or friends create sleeping bags in the living room.

In this room, modular cushions mean that several children can easily create a comfortable place on the floor in this room or another.


Visualizer: Le Nguyen Phong

Before planning any room, but especially one that will require children's decor and exchange of children, it is important to plan where everything will go.

In this small space there is simply no place for all the furniture that a couple of children might want. 1945 1945]

But with careful planning and a cabin, there is still room for everyone to be comfortable.


Visualizer: Le Nguyen Phong

The design of a bunk bed is an extremely popular choice for baby beds in the dormitory.

Kids are not only for children, but also for huge space races, using vertical space and leaving more open the floor.

The use of bunk beds in this particular room is done deftly, leaving room for a sunny and cozy two-seater table.


Visualizer: KDVA Architects

While the unique planters in this common room are notable, the most important thing here is the illusion of confidentiality.

The way that two beds in this space are separated by a wall gives the room a clear separation where each child can retreat to its own "side" of the room.


Visualizer: Victoria Cikhotskaya

The way this common room introduces the navigational atmosphere without going over is quite interesting. A unique floor lamp is one of the elements that does not quite fit the theme.

While the children's room does not necessarily require a topic, getting information from a professional designer is another tip for a functional common room.

The designer can make sure that there is space for the required jobs for 2 people.

In fact, a designer can help organize all the elements that your child needs, while the room is not too crowded.


Visualizer: Victoria Cikhotskaya

Another useful tip for planning a shared bedroom is to choose a color scheme that is slightly more neutral.

The use of white in this room, from bedside lamps to writing chairs and walls, makes it much more pliable in terms of decor.

Light pendant lamps for the bedroom give a feminine hue, but pop colors can be easily changed and updated as tastes change.

Neutral background makes it easier for both passengers to consent to the appearance.

The unique wall shelf in this room is perfectly illustrated by the following advice: choose a functional decor.

The more people live in a room, the more crowded the space can become.

Choosing racks and tables that are decorative, the room feels beautiful, but also has everything that serves the purpose.

Of course, there is always room for a bit of levity, like a playful type.


Illustrator: Amr Gamal

Most of the children's rooms are divided only between two brothers and sisters, but in fact these are three houses!

Identical Table Lamps
and table chairs for each brother give each his own space, which is very important.

However, since all accessories are the same, there is no fighting, whose option is better.

Although not all brothers and sisters are cut out to share a room, with some design ingenuity, children can live in harmony.

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