Our girls have been sharing a room for almost two years now and I can't recommend it enough. We have the space for them to have their own rooms, but once we let them sleep together on Christmas Eve, they never looked back. They never get up in the night and talk about how if they have a bad dream, roll over and see their sister, they feel better and can go back to sleep. It won't last forever, but for now it's a dream!
We opted for twin beds over bunk beds because it saved us having to worry about one rolling off the top bunk. To make up for some of the space used, we made sure the beds had storage drawers. (You can see the full reveal of this bedroom here
.) We recently photographed their room with our new ruffle pillows
. So cute right? They had such a fun pop of personality to every space.
Here are some other cute shared sibling rooms we love:
This sweet shared bedroom space via El Mueble
makes the most of a corner for these three sisters. The custom set up has drawers along the two bottom beds for storage and a clever shelf nook along the wall. The suspended loft bed on top keeps the whole space feeling airy. Our cozy cotton peace picnic pjs
would look very sweet in this space!
I adore all of the colors and patterns used here in this space
via Antipo Dream
. I love the simple metal white headboards for these beds that allow the vibrant textiles to really shine. It's youthful and fun, but very refined and elevated, too.
I love the use of the built-in sconces in this shared bunk space via A Piece of Toast
. They really give it a cozy nook vibe when paired with the shiplap details of the room.
So many shared spaces skew female but I love the dark wood and more earthy, masculine feeling of this shared boys room via The Effortless Chic
. (Pairs well with Cobalt Checkers
Can I move in? This family room via IKEA
has something for everyone– a large king bed for parents, toddler bed for the big sibling and crib for the infant. I love the use of curtains to provide some privacy between the toddler and grown ups.
Do your kids share a room?