11.14.2010

This Week's Ideabook on Houzz: Great Shared Spaces~

This week on Houzz I'm talking about keeping everybody happy with fabulous shared spaces.

I grew up sharing a bedroom with my sister. My two youngest boys share a bedroom. A shared bedroom can be a fabulous way to learn about getting along with others. But for those of us who are design-minded, a shared bedroom can be a decorating challenge. Creating spaces that are both cozy and cohesive takes a little bit of thought, and a little bit of inspiration.

With that in mind, here are just a few of the amazingly inspiring spaces I shared this week in my Houzz.com ideabook.

Bedroom


Kids Bunk Room traditional kids

ducduc™ modern kids




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And my thankful thought for the day? Today I am thankful that we were able to return the lift chair that the Hubby has been using since he came home from the hospital after his accident because he is now able to sleep in a bed! My living room looks like a living room again, not a hospital room! And I am so thankful for the neighbors who lent us the lift chair in the first place. We've got great neighbors!!

Have a great day~

3 comments:

1 Funky Woman said...

Ahhh, I love the first picture, those beds are gorgeous!

Megan

Sarah @ The Bird's Papaya said...

I love this little posting. Often people feel you should only have as many kids as you have rooms. I personally have 3 kids and 2 rooms to fit them in. And we may not be done. Our girls share AND LOVE sharing a room! I love seeing what other people come up with. I think it's such a fun childhood experience to have kids together and share their space.

Elenka said...

Hi there!! I just spent over 30 min looking over your blog! It's great.
I have a weird question for you...When you said your dad's back wasn't healing (a while ago...) and he had to have surgery...what did he have and how did it go?
My mom has the same thing, but she's much older, 89 years old. Her back isn't healing after about 2 1/2 months and they might want to do surgery..some sort of cement injection. How is your dad? Thanks so much for your time..