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Inspiring Shared Kids Rooms

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We’ve been talking about having another baby sometime soon, and while my husband would like us to have another bedroom first, I firmly believe they should share a room in the beginning. There’s something about living in a shared space that really bonds two (or more) young siblings — staying up late whispering secrets, giggling, creating shared forts. Do you agree?

If your kids are (or will be) sharing a room, take a look at these inspiring examples of shared kids rooms:

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17 Incredible Shared Kids Rooms

1. Beachy + Breezy

For those with a big attic space, this beach-house-inspired idea is perfect for multiple kids.

2. Janey Mac; 3. Ohdeedoh; 4. Pinterest; 5. Oh Happy Day; 6. Little.Lovely; 7. Ohdeedoh; 8. Pinterest; 9. Fubiz; 10. Flickr; 11. Ohdeedoh; 12. Pinterest; 13.Project Nursery; 14. Pinterest; 15. Pinterest; 16. Handmade Charlotte; 17. Lil Hoot

His and Hers: My son and daughter share a bedroom

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Michelle Horton is the founder of Early Mama, an award-winning site that proves young motherhood doesn’t have to define or limit us. When not writing, she’s typically pretending to be a superhero in her 4-year-old son’s imaginative play. Read bio and latest posts → Read Michelle's latest posts →

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3 thoughts on “Inspiring Shared Kids Rooms

  1. Melissa Sher says:

    Michelle,
    I love this! Two of my boys share a room — and I think they like it, they don’t know any better or any differently but I think (as you do) that it encourages sharing and negotiating skills that will serve them well one day should they choose to become Hollywood talent agents. Anyway, I really like the photos. And, I think you are on to something. Why don’t more children’s decor pubs or sites feature shared spaces? IMO, this should be a book. I’d buy it or browse through it slowly in the store…

  2. Topaz Horizon says:

    I absolutely LOVE all the rooms except #13, which was designed by the Novogrtaz couple. Why is there a HUGE framed picture of an exceedingly sad man dominating a kids’ room? It’s depressing!

  3. Carol says:

    Does anyone know where I can find the bedding for 17.Your Side vs. My Side??? Please help! Thank you :)

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