Creating private space for each child in a shared bedroom is a bit challenging but with a little imagination it will be fun yet easy task. Given below are various ideas that might help you to create private space for your children.
If you’ve got two children sharing a bedroom, then each child should have enough personal space. If you have two children sharing the same room, then don’t hesitate and build two cabinet beds in opposite corners of the room, giving each child their own “hide-out” to sleep and play in.
Using shoji screens is the best way to create privacy in a shared room. Shoji screens will help in dividing the room and defining which space “belongs” to which child, without losing floor space or blocking light.
If you are on a tight budget and can’t afford to buy shoji screens, then you can build a sliding screen by helping of any carpenter and instead of using rice paper, use canvas or cotton duck fabric. For your teenagers, you can split the room with tall shelves and building a desk or table on each side of the shelves for added stability.
If your kids’ room has only one window on one side of the room, then you need to provide extra lighting for the opposite side of the room. You should allow a lot of sunlight to peep in and make sure your kids’ room has good ventilation.
If you have three children sharing the same room, then you can divide the room with folding screen dividers into three sections and decorate each section with different theme. To grant your children a personal sleeping area, then you need to get bunk beds.
To make life easier in your children’s bedroom, try to give each child her/his own dresser. If your kids’ room is large enough, use folding multi-panel kids’ dividers to split the room into two portions.
The big advantage of using folding multi-panel kids’ dividers is that you can use them for decoration and to brighten up your kids’ bedroom with their lively colors and with the kids’ own artwork. Have a glance at the images beneath to get more ideas about creative ways to divide a shared bedroom for 2 kids.
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