Putting two rooms together while maintaining your children’s individual aesthetics and creating zero drama? Triple A-plus if you manage to achieve this fluidly. For the rest of us parents, we will continue to draw an imaginary line down the room, practice extreme patience and surf the web for inspiration on budget-friendly design solutions for kids with shared rooms.
If you checked out one of our last posts, we tackled bedtime for kids with shared rooms. Here, we keep with the shared room spirit, but lighten the mood up with lots of happy pictures of perfectly designed shared bedrooms. This is how it always looks, right? 😉
There’s not much to this room, which is why we love it. It’s more of a testament of letting go of your stuff and boiling it down to just a few essentials. A stretch for most of us at Cloud b (we’re partial to having a Sleep Sheep and other furry friends around), but certainly inspiring – and cheap.
It’s all about the flair with this room. The pom pom tissues bridges the two bed together for as little as $15 at any party store.
Curtains are quick, cheap solutions to give each child some privacy.
We love individualizing each child’s area with their names or monograms. The timeless Martha Stewart has the affordable DIY solution.
You can build and customize this triple (or double) bunk to each child’s hearts desire.
Do your kids share a room? What are your budget-friendly design ideas?