Shared room for a boy and a girl

Though children may share the room, both children should ideally have their own sections with single beds and their own kid’s cupboards.

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In theory, siblings of any age can share a kid's room. But, they are more likely to be happy doing so while they are young. If you’re designing a room to be shared by a boy and a girl, privacy is an important concern. Though they may share the room, both children should ideally have their own sections with single beds and their own kid’s cupboards.

To maintain an overall room theme while giving each child a canvas to bring out their own creativity, you could give them individual pin boards. Avoid dividing the room into two distinct halves but maintain a neutral color scheme that caters to both children’s personalities. Think yellows, greens and shades of lavender.

Nurseries

Baby are must-haves when it comes to kid’s room furniture . It should be soothing and peaceful as this is the room your baby will spend most of his/her day.

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Expectant mothers typically start designing their baby’s nursery almost as soon as they get a positive test result. Nurseries are designed to be cute and comfortable. At this stage of your baby’s life, he/she will not be able to tell the difference between a unicorn and penguins so this room décor is mostly for the mother.

It should be soothing and peaceful as this is the room your baby will spend most of his/her day. Think pastel colors and soft fabrics. A crib, changing tables and a comfortable chair to nurse your baby are must-haves when it comes to kid’s room furniture. Use blackout curtains in the nursery so that you’re your child can enjoy a good night’s sleep undisturbed.

A room for teenagers

Your teenager probably has a lot of ideas for his/ her room.

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By the time children reach their teenage years, they have an identifiable personality and are keen to voice their opinions. Hence, when it comes to designing a teenager’s room, parents have less of a say as compared to the children themselves. Your teenager probably has a lot of ideas for his/ her room. Plan for plenty of wall art. A pin board or frames where you can interchange the art periodically are great choices.

When it comes to kid’s furniture, consider pieces with a sleek, minimal style. You will also need to design a dedicated study area in the room. If your child is outgoing, trundle bed is a great option to keep in mind for when group study sessions turn into sleepovers.

Playrooms

Let’s say you’ve got an extra room – this is the ideal space for a playroom. Simply put, a playroom is a room for the child to play in.

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Let’s say you’ve got an extra room – this is the ideal space for a playroom. Simply put, a playroom is a room for the child to play in. He/she will not be sleeping in this room but he may also use the room to do his/her homework. Hence it is usually an option only when you have a large house or when your child sleeps in your bedroom.

You can also let siblings share a room to sleep in and then design a second children’s room as a playroom. Playrooms should be bright and colorful to stimulate a child’s imagination. Use materials like washable paint for walls and ceramic floor tiles that are hardy and easy to keep clean. 

You could also use modular foam carpets. Incorporate plenty of storage for their toys, books and art material. From mini teepee tents to a kid's bed with slide and rock climbing walls, there’s no end to the possibilities of playroom design.

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