How to Decorate a Shared Children’s Bedroom

When you start to decorate a shared children’s bedroom, there are some simple steps that you need to follow. First off, you should have a good idea of what you want the room to look like. If you are decorating a two bedroom suite, you will need to decide how many beds you want in the suite and which beds you are going to include in your decor. Once you have your layout in mind, you should start by measuring the area in front of each of the beds. From here, you will be able to place the headboards, drawers and other furniture.

If you are decorating a shared children’s bedroom with only one or two children, you can plan out your decor much more freely. However, if you have a group of younger children, you may need to find some creative ways to incorporate them into the decor. For instance, you could try painting a wall with colorful artwork such as stickers or photos. If you are using wallpaper, you might consider painting the backslash with pictures or photos and then covering it with a matching, coordinating wallpaper pattern.

Creative decoration for your shared children’s bedroom

A shared desk gives siblings a space for common hobbies, while the bunk bed provides separate spots for much needed me time every now and then.

VITVAL Bunk bed frame, white/light gray Twin

Light up with your children’s favorite colors
Create a fun atmosphere by adding lighting that can light up in seven different colors to suit your mood.

PELARBOJLED table lamp, multicolor and STUVA / FRITIDS Wardrobe

Put a personal spin on storage
Placing a chest of drawers for each sibling in a shared room allows them to organize storage the way they want.

GODISHUS 3-drawer chest and SOLBO Table lamp

Create a glam spot
A multitasking mirror with a phone holder, a bowl, and hooks is probably every child’s dream as they can listen to music, watch tutorials, and have accessories close at hand when trying out new styles.

MÖJLIGHET Mirror, white and FUBBLALED work lamp

Keep hobbies organized
An on-the-go solution like LUSTIGT arts and crafts storage is perfect for creative children who have lots of hobbies and use their desks for all kinds of different projects.

LUSTIGT Arts and crafts storage caddy, wood

Smarten up storage
Keep under bed storage dust-free and organized with matching RABBLA boxes with lids. They also have smart handles on the sides, so they’re easy to pull out.

RABBLA Box with lid

Another most important thing is to increase storage efficiency in decorating a child’s bedroom together. Because they definitely want some things unmixed and neat and easy to find. Place cabinets and storage creatively and smartly according to individual needs.

Decide how much space you have

The first step in decorating your children’s bedroom is to decide how much space you have available. Once you have an idea of how much space you have, you can begin to plan out the layout. You will need to decide whether you are going to paint the walls, or hang wallpaper on the walls. There are many creative ideas available for you to choose from, and by taking the time to do so, you will be able to create an incredibly functional, yet beautiful children’s bedroom that all of your children will enjoy.