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How to decorate a shared children’s room
A shared desk gives siblings a space for common hobbies, while the bunk bed provides separate spots for much needed me time every now and then.
Light up with your children’s favourite colours
Create a cosy sleeping environment with the help of some colourful mood lighting. The PELARBOJ table lamp can glow in seven different colours – choose your favourite or set it to switch between them all.
Put a personal spin on storage
A chest of drawers for each sibling in a shared room lets them organise their storage just the way they like it, and GODISHUS chest of drawers is the perfect height for children. It comes with colourful stickers to personalise the knobs, or leave them plain for a beautifully simple look.
Create a glam spot
A multitasking mirror with a phone holder, a bowl, and hooks is probably every child’s dream as they can listen to music, watch tutorials, and have accessories close at hand when trying out new styles.
Keep hobbies organised
An on-the-go solution like LUSTIGT arts and crafts storage is perfect for creative children who have lots of hobbies and use their desks for all kinds of different projects.
Smarten up storage
Keep under bed storage dust-free and organised with matching RABBLA boxes with lids. They also have smart handles on the sides, so they’re easy to pull out.