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Space-efficient and chic shared girls’ bedroom design ideas

Twins or brothers or sisters of similar age in general usually share the same bedroom. It’s a simple way of saving space by basically squeezing two or three rooms into one and it’s also a way of allowing your children to interact and to spend more time together. However, at the same time, it’s not easy to deal with their individual preferences related to the interior décor when you have to find a way of make them all happy even when they want completely different things.

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Contemporary kids’ room with a multi-colored décor and an air hockey table

In the case of shared girls’ rooms, the main lines to follow when decorating are well-defined. The main elements to take into consideration when choosing the furniture and decorations are mostly related to texture, color and delicacy of the lines. The furniture should be chic and stylish with delicate curves and friendly shapes but it also has to be space-efficient and to incorporate plenty of storage space. It would be best to choose matching beds for a cohesive décor and to opt for built-in under bed storage in order to save some space.

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Pink girls’ bedroom with clever shelf storage and wall-mounted lamps
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Warm and cozy shared girls’ bedroom with matching furniture and accent elements
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Eclectic shared bedroom with a white background and colorful accents
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A cozy bedroom for three with matching beds and headboards
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Pastel shred girls’ attic bedroom with green and pink accents
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Contemporary attic bedroom with cheerful pendant lamps and lots of open storage
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Serene shared bedroom with twin beds and patterned wallpaper
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Blue and yellow shared girls’ bedroom with paper lanterns and dandelion wall decals
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Chic girls’ room with delicate curved walls and a bold but balanced color palette

Canopy beds are also a beautiful option for the girls’ bedroom. They have the elegance that usually characterizes there rooms and they can also provide a little extra privacy if needed. The color palette is diverse. Even though pink is a color usually associated by a girl’s bedroom, not everyone likes this shade. Don’t limit yourself to a specific range of colors. Explore all the options and try to also combine them if your girls have different preferences.

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Posted in Kids on November 28, 2012

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