I don't know about you, but when I think of a shared kids' bedroom, my mind immediately goes to two twin beds side by side, or maybe bunk beds. (Or if you're as unlucky as my sister and I were, a shared full bed. We often daydreamed about building a wall right down the middle of the bed!) If you let yourself start to think outside of the box, there are so many creative solutions to a shared kids' situation. Here are a few of my favorites from our archives:
Wood feature walls. Woodland themed boys room. Shared space, two twin beds. New cedar planks, stained to look like salvaged wood. Simple how-to for this much cheaper version of reclaimed wood. Red dresser acting as a nightstand, white deer heads above each bed. Theraggedwren.blogspot.com
22 Guest Bedrooms with Captivating Twin Bed Designs
2016 AIRSTREAM INTERSTATE GRAND TOUR EXT TWIN Class B. Built with a focus on long-term adventures for two. This new floorplan offers a pair of twin beds. Both Grand Tour floorplans feature a larger galley than the Interstate Lounge, with additional counter space, multi-functional storage areas, a flexible workspace desk, and an over-sized fridge and freezer. Perfect for long road trips.