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This is an example of a scandinavian gender-neutral kids' room in Melbourne with white walls, carpet and grey floor. —  Houzz
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Vanessa Walker added this to Best of the Week: 25 Shiplap Walls to Inspire10 September 2018

7. Location: Melbourne, VictoriaFeatures: Panelled walls introduce texture and interest to an all-white nursery.

Julia Fairley added this to Kids' Bedrooms: To Share or Not to Share, That is the Question5 April 2018

The case for separate bedrooms“My sister and I shared a room until I was 16 and she was 17. We still detest each other 51 years later,” one Houzz user reveals. “If you have room you should give kids the privacy of their own rooms.” Privacy is a topic that many experts agree upon, despite their differences, and it’s a reason that parents and offspring frequently cite when they opt for separate kids’ bedrooms. Child psychologist Susan Bartell believes every child should have their own privacy and advocates that siblings are given their own bedroom if possible. Bartell concedes that this isn’t always an option, however, and recommends that older children change in the bathroom for privacy and ask their siblings before they sit on each others’ beds to avoid invading others’ personal space.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Louie added this to Scarlett's Bedroom30 November 2019

Ideas for Raked ceiling in Scarlett's room.

joyfranceshayes added this to joyfranceshayes' ideas30 April 2019

Panelled walls introduce texture and interest to an all-white nursery.

Simon Gallagher added this to Admiral Drive6 April 2019

Vj wall panelling - girls rooms

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