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Shared Space: A Room Makeover for Gray & Sloane

Raise your hand if you have to bunk two kids in one room? Now, keep your hand up if they are brother and sister. Me too! I have to say, I love having two kids in one room because it totally works for our family. They have come to rely on each other as trusted roommates, and it’s been win-win for all. But, here’s the catch—the room is totally lacking in style and design. How do you pull off a room makeover that lets a sporty lil’ dude and a sparkle-obsessed princess be in the same space happily? You get help from the experts, Pottery Barn Kids!

I’ve partnered with PBK for this shared gender room makeover, and it’s one that’s desperately needed. Ugh, I wince. See the “before” below.

#projectsibling Shared Space Before

This mom of three has avoided dealing with this room at all costs, and I’ve decided it’s time to just bite the bullet and get it done. But thanks to PBK’s free design studio services, I’m off to a fantastic start. See for yourself what I’ve been dreaming up for Gray and Sloane’s new room with the help of Christine, my faithful Pottery Barn Kids design consultant. And for all the details on #projectsibling, check out the full post over at Project Junior, including the sources for the products shown in the design board below.

Shared Brother and Sister Room Design Board

Don’t miss reading more about this shared space over on Pottery Barn Kids, and check back for the room reveal next week.

Bright & Fun Room for Siblings + Giveaway - Project Nursery

Wednesday 11th of February 2015

[…] week, I shared my four- and seven-year-old’s shared bedroom, complete with before photos, and announced that I was partnering with Pottery Barn Kids on a total room makeover. I’m […]