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My stuff versus your stuff – A sibling study

When sharing a room, there are ways to make it even more fun, equal and personalised. Take a look at how we've furnished a sibling room with creative studying, sleeping and storage solutions.

A shared children’s bedroom divided in two with the beds facing each other and in the foreground two desks facing each other.
A shared children’s bedroom divided in two with the beds facing each other and in the foreground two desks facing each other.

Sitting together but apart

It’s important to get some peace to focus, especially when sharing a study space. A desktop divider may be just the thing to create a private zone. With inside compartments, you can add to-do notes and favourite drawings, away from everyone's sight.

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Two school girls sitting at their own desk facing each other with a desktop divider between them in a children’s bedroom.
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One study, double fun

Why not create one large study space? It's more fun sitting together! Build each desk by putting together a favourite combination of trestles and table tops. With a wide range of colours and styles, you can find matching chairs too.

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Two desks in white and blue with swivel chairs placed together facing each other in a children’s room in pastel tones.
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Let a cat keep the order

Add some creative containers to the desk, like PLUGGHÄST storage tins that help to keep order among pencils, erasers and other desk accessories, while bringing colour and a cat to study time.

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Three storage tins in blue and light green with a cat print, holding pencils and erasers on a desk top.
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Soft times together

When homework is done, it’s great having a cosy bed to retreat to for relaxation and down-time. With a fun quilt cover in soft sustainably grown cotton, the bed becomes even more inviting!

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Two young girls relaxing in a bed made with a colourful green dotted quilt cover placed in a colourful children’s room.
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For smooth mornings and dress-up fun

Children love to have a mirror in their room, and even better when the mirror also has smart storage for small things and phones. Keep clothes storage and accessories nearby and within easy reach, so mornings can run smoothly.

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Part of a children’s room showing a tall mirror and pegboards on the wall and below plenty of easy-access pull-out storage.
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