I love seeing kids share a room. It brings with it a commaraderie and closeness even without them realising it. Mine do even though they don't need to.
I remember sharing a room with my sister. I actually resorted to the masking-tape-down-the-middle-of-the-room as she was such a messy pig.She still IS a messy pig and now that we are older, I know what I'd like to do with that masking tape now (-:(oops: a completely different feel good feeling to Tracey above .. doh!!)
I liked this post - I am constantly trying to rearrange the kid's room so that both beds fit and the room feels free..
My twin sister and I were so close that we spent most of our childhood sharing a room - even though we each had our own rooms.Linda - too funny!!!
what a lovely, beautiful, inspiring blog > thank you for sharing. i have spent almost all of my online time today clicking through your decor posts and a) am in love ;) and b) am so inspired!
Thank you for such nice compliments!!!
I love that first room--that the furniture is not matchy-matchy.
Agreed. Love the whimsy.