Hi! I’m Jenn, a writer for Arcadian Home
which is an e-commerce website that showcases top home decor trends from around the world.
I’ve been lucky enough to be a part of their team for a number of months and I absolutely love writing about interior design. There’s no shortage of fantastic home decor blogs out there that inspire me (and others), and a particular one that I love is The 36th Avenue – Desirée and I are cut from the same cloth, and I’m so tickled to be writing this post for her today. Thank you Desirée!
Deciding on ahome decor
design for a kid’s bedroom for two
can be tricky – each child wants their own space and having numerous pieces of furniture, separate wall decor, or even two closets can take up a lot of room. However there are certain ways to really optimize available space. These are eight fun kid bedrooms for two.
A long more narrow space can still be ideal for two – these beds occupy one corner of the room and have built-in drawers underneath. The pairs of wall art and window shades are doubly cute.
Slender beds with delicate lattice-like headboards are less obtrusive and overwhelming, especially when two need to fit in a room. A charming painted end table is positioned in the middle to be used by both girls.
Wrought iron bed
frames take up minimal space
and in this bedroom, the black is picked up in a bold floral pattern wallpaper. There’s no furniture
either, eliminating unnecessary clutter.
Windows can flank the tops of beds and help them look more streamlined.
This elegant boys bedroom for two features a soothing grey palette, rich dark wood, and nature-inspired wall decor.
While most young ladies would centre their two beds, these are placed in an interesting way.
The fuchsia and lime green are great accent colours against the white backdrop.
A colour scheme can completely transform a room – here, this fun kid’s bedroom for two is drenched in a calming shade of mint green with lovely flecks of hot pink.
This bunk bed set for little ladies has a whimsical tent canopy as well as a slide and a ladder.
The floor-to-ceiling princess crown mobile and funky window treatments make this less like a bedroom and more like a playhouse.
These beds are integrated into a stately built-in piece, which includes shelving and clothing storage, making it an all-in-one bedroom for two.Jenn is a wonderful writing from Arcadian Home which is a fabulous website where you can find tons of home accessories and decor ideas!
Thank you so much Jen from Arcadian Home for putting together these terrific tips.
Two of my daughters share a bedroom and I know how hard can be to make the space feel personal for the both of them…