5 Fantastic Bedrooms Kids Won’t Mind Sharing
These fun designs will spark your child's imagination.
When it comes to kids’ bedrooms, some Houzzers are trying to figure out how to make them work for two, three and sometimes four little sleepers—or at least that’s the story the most-saved new photos tell us. Here’s a look at the most popular kids’ bedrooms with at least two beds uploaded from January through March, as measured by the number of people who saved them to their Houzz ideabooks in that period.
1. Pretty in Pink (and Orange)
Two twin beds line the wall, sitting headboard to headboard. This type of dual sleeping arrangement works great for kids who have outgrown a bunk bed. But just because the kids are older doesn’t mean the room has to be boring. The colors here—pink, orange and white—give the room a playful feel.
2. Escape Into the Woods
Why go camping when you have a forest in your room? Little campers can snuggle into their built-in bunk beds here, complete with a stuffed bear and a fox pillow.
3. Superheroes’ Adventure
Everything about this room is super. It features backlit superhero portraits above the beds, floor-to-ceiling murals and metallic-colored bunk beds. All this image is missing is some action-packed sound effects, but maybe that’s where the room’s inhabitants come into play.
4. Safari in the City
Zebras dash around the walls in this New York City bedroom shared by two boys. Their matching twin beds sit up against the wall on either side of a large chest. The space on the floor in between is great for a little fire-truck driving before bed.
5. Built-In Perfection
Usually only the bottom bunk has a cozy, enclosed feel, but not in this shared bedroom—the top bunk also has a wall at its head and a tented top. This room packs in other built-in features, such as the bookcase in the wall and all of the drawers under the bed and in the stairs.
Written by Brenna Malmberg for Houzz for Working Mother and legally licensed through the Matcha publisher network. Please direct all licensing questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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