My two daughters share a room but have very different tastes – here’s what we did to solve the issue | The Sun

NO TWO kids are the same as any parent knows.

But one savvy mum has revealed how she managed to make her daughters' bedroom match both of their different tastes.

Stacey Davies, from the UK, revealed her two daughters want their own bedrooms and space, but unfortunately didn't have the room for it.

Instead, the mum came up with a clever idea to create a portion in the room so both girls can have the interiors they want and some privacy.

In a TikTok video she wrote: "When you have two daughters who want their own room and space but have to share a bedroom.

"Also, they like completely different things."


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Instead of having the two sisters fight it out on how the room should be decorated, Stacey decided to buy a Kallax unit from Ikea to divide the room.

The savvy mum then showed the full transformation.

She ditched their bunk bed for two separate singles with the Ikea unit in between the beds to create a partition.

One side of the room was decorated in Lilo and Stitch characters and had a blue feature wall to match Stitch's colouring.

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The other side was decorated in a cheerful lemon yellow colour, accessorised with bumble bees.

The girls' wardrobes and shared desk were placed on the other side of the room to create a shared space for the girls.

Stacey's simple solution seriously impressed other parents, and the video has quickly gone viral with over five million views.

One wrote: "I love it wow."

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