One Room, Multiple Kids
This room is shared by two very different girls—one a tomboy and the other a girly-girl. By giving each girl her own personalized space, two opposites can live in harmony. No matter what challenge you face (two kids of different genders or ages, or more than two kids in a room), we've got design solutions!
The first step to planning a combined space is asking your kiddos what colors they'd like in their room. If there's an overlapping color, start there. If not, pick two complementary colors from your kids' favorites and make those main hues in the room.