Do your children share the same room? So take advantage of these tips to make the environment practical and charming. The tips are from Isabela Caban and Simone Raitzik, from NaToca
* The bunk is a classic that usually pleases children and a solution for small spaces. From the age of 5, the child can sleep on top, always with the protection grid to avoid accidents.
* It’s good to think about uniformity, but not everything needs to be neutral to please both, even if it’s a couple. On the contrary, it is important to let them see their identities printed in the room, with different colors and prints that delicately delineate the corner of each.
* How about investing in a very original novelty to animate the firstborn who will need to divide his space? A climbing wall, a bed with a cottage frame or a panel to display Lego pieces are some cool ideas that do not take up much space.
* If one of the siblings is a baby, leave the crib and exchanger closer to the door. Thus, entering and leaving the adult at night to take care of the younger does not disturb the elder.
* A long workbench can work as a desk for both at the same time, with no regret in the room’s look. And still instigate to study together. In doubt, put a drawer for each one, so the mess is not widespread.
* Do not have color restrictions. Blue can work superbem for boys and girls as well as red. In fact, the two together are a charm and design an environment tailored for different tastes and ages.
* If you do not want to invest in wallpaper, look for fun posters or prints and put together a composition. Thus, it is easy to change and vary as children grow.