Designing a shared room can be a real challenge and I give props to anyone that has tackled this matter. Not only do you want the room to come together, but you have 2+ personalities competing to define their own space. What fun ideas have you come up with when designing a shared room? Be inspired with these 10 Stunning Shared Kids Rooms…
Wonderfully Modern 1 of 10This room doesn't scream "kid" — and we like it that way. The palette is neutral enough that your kids can switch up the accessories and accent colors as their tastes change (which will be way easier than having to redecorate the whole room!).
Check it out at The Marion House Book.
Hanging Beds for Three 2 of 10A room for three can get cramped and this is the perfect solution. These hanging beds are a chic, modern version of classic bunk beds and open up the space to make it appear much less cluttered. Now, who gets top bunk?
Check it out at Apartment Therapy.
For Two Little Ladies 3 of 10This is a perfect example of a shared room for a baby and toddler. The soft coral and sunshine yellow is creates a calm feel, and the furniture, wall art and quilt have a one-of-a-kind, vintage feel that keeps this room from being boring.
Find out more at I Still Love You.
A Sloping Ceiling Made Sweet 4 of 10This room has the challenge of a sloping ceiling, but the minimalistichanging double beds totally make it work. And the bright pops of different colors in this creative room prove that you don't have to be perfectly matched to be beautiful.
Find out more at The Pioneer Woman.
A Darling DIY Room 5 of 10All the handmade details in this room give it an extra-special charm. We love the idea of letting your toddler help you choose and create the decor as you prepare the room for your new addition.
Find out more at Apartment Therapy.
All About Personality 6 of 10When setting up a shared room, make sure your kids' personalities don't get lost. If your kids are old enough to have their own opinions, let them help decorate... of course, if they complaining about their childish room in 5 years, you can remind them it was their choice!
Check it out at Tip Junkie.
Lovely in Stripes 7 of 10The various colors and patterns in this room are unexpected but beautiful. The accent colors really make this room pop — and we're dying to try creating our own whimsical mobile like the one above the crib.
Spotted at Apartment Therapy.
Mix and Match 8 of 10Mixing and matching patterns and materials is an eclectic and fun to give a room that "homey" feel. Find ways to tie the two different sides together like bringing in similar color schemes and matching nightstands. And how much do you love that blue striped floor?
Find out more at Camille Styles.
Mirror Mirror 9 of 10We have to applaud this lovely, perfectly matched little girls room. The subtle pattern on the white quilts is a lovely touch and the yellow, patterned pillows add a much-needed pop of color. And those fluffy flowers on the ceiling are just to die for!
Check it out at Daffodil Design.
Mature Yet Playful 10 of 10We love the grown-up, neutral colors and furniture in this room, especially when contrasted with playful accents like the alternating stripe and polka-dot wallpaper. And the portraits above each bed add the perfect personalized final touch!
Spotted at Ikea.
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Jaime Morrison Curtis is author of the bestselling book Prudent Advice: Lessons for My Baby Daughter (A Life List for Every Woman) and founding co-editor at Prudent Baby, the premier DIY destination for crafty moms seeking ways to make their lives even more stylish and beautiful.
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