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    Need a bedroom space that your kids can share? The Rooms To Go shared space collection for kids and teens offers creative furniture solutions to make a shared room work perfectly! Small, shared space bedroom ideas include incorporating bunk beds, twin-sized beds, and multifunctional accessories like a trundle bed for kids. Think about purchasing innovative multipurpose furniture for kids, such as loft beds, to create more space beneath for desks and a hangout spot.  

    Creating A Space That Kids Can Share

    Incorporating bunks with a built-in desk, a bookcase attached to the frame or a futon beneath is a great way to allow for individualized spaces, including study space, so it feels less like sharing. Build-A-Bunk is a sturdy collection engineered with versatile bunk beds expertly constructed using metal with a light gray or dark gray finish (and optional blue accessories) that have an industrial-inspired style. Build-A-Bunk is highly customizable, with adjustable accessories that can fit on either side of the bed. Creekside 2.0 presents storage-forward bedroom designs in a classic wood style, featuring gorgeous chestnut or charcoal, twin-size loft bed options, bunk beds, and beds with built-in chests, built-in bookcases, added storage, and more. Ivy League 2.0 is another brilliant collection that offers a fresh take on cross-functional, shared bedroom furniture.

    Giving Your Kids Their Own Space In A Shared Room

    Setting up a shared bedroom with two twin beds is a fantastic way to give your children their own section of the room. Twin bedroom sets for children give you tremendous value and pose as a fun way to maximize a shared space. The Cottage Colors line from Rooms To Go Kids makes colorful bedroom options so each child can pick their favorite color, outfitted with excellent paneling detail that will last a long time. Add in an optional gaming chair, and you’re all set!

    How To Design A Shared Space Bedroom For Kids

    When designing a shared space bedroom for kids, feel free to pick a theme like the Santa Cruz Collection, a transitional collection designed to stay appealing as your child grows. To create a shared space with added storage, you’ll love Southside Lofts and its storage bedroom sets with impeccably engineered low-platform designs sporting a mid-century modern aesthetic. When selecting individual bedroom furniture, consider Saddlerock beds, which have an upscale metal bedframe that can pair with several other bedroom accessories and décor for kids.

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