Today we have the best list of boy and girl shared bedroom ideas. If you’re like me, you have a large family and not enough room. That’s okay, because these amazing boy and girl ideas for shared bedrooms are great for any home with multiple kids and limited bedroom space.

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Shared rooms don’t have to be chaos with these great ideas for shared bedrooms.

Boy and Girl Shared Rooms

Do you have a houseful?  We do.

Here are ideas on how to have siblings share a room, *especially* if they are opposite genders.  Your kids can share a space while maintaining their own “zones”.

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Ideas For Shared Bedrooms For Boys and Girls

1. DIY Bunk Beds With Lofts

Loft Level Instead of building a set of bunk beds, consider making a loft “level”. Basically make a whole mini-floor for your kiddo’s top bunk. I love this layout!

2. Paint Your Kids Rooms Primary Colors

Pick Primary Colors. If your kids need to share a room make it one that both genders can feel comfortable in! I love how the primary colors are fun, how the beds are on the floor (great for newly out of the crib kiddos) and the storage of toys on the wall and even the closet pole along the wall.

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Privacy is important and curtains can help!

3. Use Curtains For Privacy and Personal Space

Curtain it off. I think of privacy curtains for hospital rooms. But they are perfect for rooms with multiple genders too! Help your kids have privacy and yet be with their sibling!

4. Separate Spaces In Bedroom With 2 Different Wallpapers

Separate the room with Wallpaper. It is easy to see where “the line” is between these two sister’s “zones” in their room. This is a great way to visually add distinction without any special beds/construction.

5. Wall Bunk Beds With Curtains

Make a room-within-a-room. We have friends who have older kids share a room (mixed gender) their home is cozy and this is a perfect way to give the kids privacy even in limited space. I love how Gon was able to fit three kids into his room with built-in bunks.

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Each child can have their own space with these great ideas!

6. Make A Reading Loft In Your Children’s Closet

Create a closet Hideout – What a fun way to give your kids their own play spaces in a shared bedroom. Create lofted nooks in your closet. This is perfect for bedrooms that use dressers or have double closets!

7. Build Triple Bunk Beds

Go triple. Stack your kids into a room. This link goes to a tutorial on how to make the bed (including rails).

8. Build A Closet Box and Add A Loft Bed

Add layers. This is a great idea for a room that currently does not have a closet. Build a closet “box” and on top of the closet add a loft bed, with another bed off to it’s side. This is a great way to give “zones” for your kids while they share a room and storage.

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I absolutely love the neutral colored walls with their names above their bed. It makes their space feel more personal and special.

9. Twin Boys and Girls Shared Nursery Idea

This shared nursery is so sweet for twin boys and girls! This perfect while the babes are small.

10. Gender Neutral Color For Boy and Girl Shared Bedroom

Go gender-neutral in color, but not neutral color! I love these bright colors from this article about shared space.

11. 3 Child Shared Bedroom Ideas

Novogratz original. I adore the Novogratz style and this is no exception. Three kids in one glorious room.

12. Bunkbeds With Two Beds and A Slide Shared Room Idea

Bunkbeds with Two beds and a slide is such a cute idea. Not only is there 2 beds, but a slide which makes this bed set even more fun for smaller kids.

13. Modified Bed For Boy/Girl Shared Bedroom

Bunk bed gone king – Accommodating 3 kids in a bunk bed can be tricky.  Here is our solution that could be modified for boy/girl shared space.

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What great ideas do you have for boy/girl shared rooms?

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