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what can I do to divide my kids room, I have a 4 year old boy and 2 year old girl, any ideas?


  1. KMcG says:

    One idea I saw that might word is bamboo shades. Hang them side by side in the middle of the room, they can be rolled down to divide the room. OR you could put book cases in the middle of the room one facing her side and one facing his.

  2. Katie says:

    A floating wall might work.

  3. Geraldine Tang says:

    me & my brother share rooms i am 15 and he is 6 what my mom did was we still sleep in the same room together but she put half of the room blue and the other half pink one side guys and the other girls

  4. rainwriterm says:

    "I’ve been told they can share a room til one of them turns five"
    Told by whom? It doesn’t seem that there’s any legality issues here at all, just people’s own opinions. If you’re really worried, you can check with your local department of health and welfare office, but all of those "they can share until X age" things really are just what people feel comfortable with. It’s totally fine for them to share a room as long as needed.l

    To divide, I’d probably look into some way of hanging curtains down the length of the room. Mount the curtain rod to the studs that run along the ceiling so that they can’t hang on the curtains and pull the rod out of the dry wall.

    Alternatively, if you have the funds, you could get them each a loft bed (yes, even the 2 year old…) and then let them keep the space directly under the beds as theirs with the rest of the floor space as a common area.

  5. Roseanne says:

    you can always find something at bed bath and beyond! My siister and I used to share a room and we had this curtain thing that didnt have a ceiling track, which would be good for you if your renting. Do some online shoppin

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