How-to-design a Shared Bedroom for 7! – Room Tour
Choose the right furnitureForget about the bunk beds. To avoid making this space look super crowded with heavy and dark bunk beds, we chose versatile white beds with trundles. Their clean lines complement any style, while the beds' compact proportions make it easier to arrange them in the space. The beds worked really well placed against each other as well as against the wall. And the rollout bottom trundles allow lots of room for a play area when they are not in use.
Pick timeless décorWe worked with lots of different patterns and textures to create a gender-neutral bedroom. Mixing stripes in bold colors with geometric patterns give this room an eclectic and fun look. We've placed richly-hued pillows in different sizes and shapes for an added detail. Large and graphic fruit prints along with geometric boomerang wall decals bring a lot of color and interest to the walls. Finally, two sculptural lamps make a statement around the beds.
Create storage spaceWe placed some strong and sturdy storage bins under one of the beds to store daily items. We also added a graphic printed basket for additional storage while four hooks can keep coats and bags organized. The best of all storage areas in this shared bedroom is the bold-colored green locker. This locker is such a statement piece in this room. The kids love the locker, it really sets the tone for this sleepover room.
Make it personalIn order to make this room feel personal, we created a gallery-wall with all seven kids' pictures. All seven photographs were framed in a modern white frame. The simplicity of this frame made it a breeze to create a gallery-wall. We loved how the room turned out and the kids love it so much. To see more room tours by Trendy Peas visit us here.
Source listBed - IKEA Bedding - Target Pillows - Trendy Peas Boomerang Decals - Trendy Peas Locker - IKEA Hooks - Target Lamps - Target Pear Print - Trendy Peas Strawberry Print - Trendy Peas
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