Design kids room dividers for shared rooms will make the room look more ordered and will make it more interesting and will provide clear partition in the room. You can make use of usual dividers to divide the room but these creative dividers will make it more interesting and will add joy to the kids who would love some lone space within their shared room.
Baby gates for common shared rooms:
You can make use of baby gates to divider the room and it will look very cute and neat enough to set a partition in between the room. These baby gates can be bought from stores or you can also make use of crib railings instead of baby gates to separate the room.
Sliding black board idea:
One of the private room divider ideas is to make use of a sliding door to provide some private space in the shared rooms. This sliding door can be a painted as a black board where kids can scribble on it or as a bulletin board to pin up their charts and other educational things.
Colorful bubble room divider:
Create a colorful bubble room divider with circles cut out of cardboard and covered with gift wrappers, or you can make use of paper plates or even doilies to create a beautiful room divider as this.
Curtain room divider:
Attach a curtain rod in between the room and you can make use of curtains to segregate the room. This is one of the easiest and cheapest options to consider too.
Colorful curtains can be used in kid’s room with designs of their fascination printed on it.
Create a houseroom divider with wooden planks or old windows and doors with entrance carved out of it. This will create a beautiful house like feel with doors and windows in it.
Open sides computer table:
Make use of open sides computer table that can be used from either sides and children can make use of this large open table to arrange books and other stuffs. This open table will make the room much like an home office décor with computer and books arranged neatly in it.
Partition with loophole:
Create a partition in the room with a large circular loophole where kids can slide and peek through it. This will make it a fun experience and very much create enough for a room divider.