Ambient lighting provides the primary illumination in a room and should be evenly diffused to minimize shadows and glare.
Furnishing a kids' shared bedroom takes some smart planning to find the right combination of shared and individual pieces that suit each child.
With a little inspiration from your kids, you can create a shared bedroom that feels cohesive, but still celebrates each child.
Creating a kids' shared bedroom is about finding a balance between “yours,” “mine” and “ours.”
When kids share a bedroom, the trick to a well-organized space and happy kids is to divide storage equitably, whether it's space in the closet, drawers in a dresser or a row of identically sized toy bins.
Macaroni necklaces. Tissue-paper bouquets. Magic Marker masterpieces.
When two or more kids are sharing a bedroom, look for opportunities to let each child's personality shine through.
Photographs and artwork are some of the most treasured mementos of every family's history.
When planning a window treatment, careful measuring is the key to achieving the look you want.