Confession: I’ve really drug my feet showing you my twins’ room. I finished the room for their 7th birthday. They are 8 1/2. So yeah. I think there were lots of reasons I was taking my time and all of them were MENTAL. I love it and my kids love it, but it is a pretty normal kids room. A million blogs have killer designer kids rooms that inspire me and then for some reason I was intimidated to show the world my kids’ bedrooms. I let my kids keep their knick-knacks on the dresser and not keep their shelves perfect at all times. I’m more than okay with their room, like I said, I love it and they love it, but it just hasn’t felt blog-worthy. But, recently I’ve done some thinking about “blog-worthy”. What does that even mean? I’m going to start a new effort of showing you my real home, which I try hard to keep organized and make beautiful, but it isn’t perfect and it is my taste more than it is trendy.
Okay, end awkward emotional rant. Let’s get down to business and check out my girls room. I LOVE color!! Bright, happy color!
Welcome in! This room is shared by my adorable 8-year-old identical twin girls. This is a happy place they love to hang in. I can often find them reading on their beds (sometimes after they were supposed to turn off their lights) or building Legos or just playing.
To me, the most important space in a kids room is the space that doesn’t have anything at all, because that is where the magic happens. That is where kids play! I love having a big open floor space for my girls!
We opted for two separate twin beds instead of bunk beds. Just a personal preference since there was space in the room for two beds. The girls painted their name boards. You can read about that HERE.
Each twin has her own dresser for clothes and night stand for personal things.
A little shelf divides their beds with their alarm clock on top. That alarm clock was one of the best purchases of all time!
The other night stand.
Here is the side of the room opposite the window.
I created a lot of the wall art myself, but I bought some from the store, like the butterfly.
Here is the side of the room opposite the beds. I always wanted my girls to have purple walls with bead board. I’ve dreamt that for them since they were babies and I made their nurseries. I was so happy to finally be able to do it. Good coincidence that my girls like it too.
The closet that they share.
They are starting a Lego Collection! They are becoming quite the fans!
This is the blue dresser that goes with the blue night stand. I decided to do pink chevron curtains in their room. Bright and happy!
Happy, happy, happy!
Here is a little closer view of the wall art!
I created a high resolution printable download just for you! I let you download it HERE. I lost the file from the printable I used in the girls room when I switched computers, but I like the new one better that I let you download. I think I might get it printed and replace the one in their room!
This project was so fun and easy!! 3 simple steps. Paint yard sticks and clothes pins. Attach the clothes pins with hot glue. I attached to the wall with 3M strips. Easy and functional!
Here is the simple way I contain my girls stuffed animal collection. They each have a clothes basket for their favorite stuffed friends.
The clutter is contained!
I hope you enjoyed the tour!
What do you think? I’ve shown you my son’s nursery HERE too. Do you want to see my other daughter’s room? I’m thinking about it. :)
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