Two children sharing the same room can cause all sorts of problems for parents. Having their own space is important; take a look at these inspiring ideas on how to divide a bedroom to give each child their own space and more importantly identity.
One of the easiest and cheapest ways to divide a shared bedroom is using different coloured paint and a simple curtain.
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Include the ceiling in paint and wall differences, along with bedding to really make the two halves distinctly different.
A storage unit makes a great divider.
An alternative way to divide a shared room is to go for modern bunk style beds.
Another variation of more traditional bunk beds.
Different coloured bedding and the on-trend names or initials on the walls define the boundaries between the two halves.
Identical schematic in two distinctly different colours clearly shows this room has two halves.
Two different coloured walls give each half of the room its own identity; the room is joined by the little bridge formed as an integral part of the bed frame. Perfect for same gender twins.
Identical in every way, with a shelving unit separating the two beds.
A contemporary approach is to give each child their own little house within the same room.