Especially for young families with two childrenetk-fashion.com, together with designer-decorator Anastasia Muravyova, tells how to properly zone a room for same-sex and heterosexual children It is necessary to produce in any children's room. Usually, a work and play space is allocated, as well as a recreation area. When there are two children, the question arises about the division of each corresponding zone. If the playing space can still be left common, then the other two zones should be placed separately. Now the designer-decorator Anastasia Muravyova will tell about all this in more detail. Anastasia Muravyova Designer-decorator Anastasia Muravyova graduated from the Faculty of Economics of the Lomonosov Moscow State University and the Higher School of Environmental Design at the Moscow Architectural Institute, and received an MBA from the University of Bristol. He works mainly with the interiors of private houses and apartments, he also has experience in the design of public spaces. At the same time he is engaged in painting and photography, is fond of contemporary art, and he successfully uses all these skills in his interiors. She took part in art exhibitions, where she demonstrated her painting. The designer-decorator sees his mission in creating a harmonious, stylish and comfortable space, taking into account the tastes, preferences and budget of the customer. I am ready to work in any of the well-known interior styles, without copying samples and introducing a unique personality into each project. anastasia-muravyeva.name Partition Ideal if you can create a partition in the room. Sometimes a wardrobe can play its role. Then each child will feel himself the master of his full-fledged space, albeit a small one. However, most often the area, as well as the location of the window openings, allow this to be done without compromising the illumination. In this case, the division of the area will be more arbitrary. Working area You can delimit the working areaby giving the children separate tables and placing some kind of dividing object between them. It can be a bookcase or a curbstone for example. And sometimes desks are placed in different parts of the room so that the children sit with their backs to each other and not be distracted from their studies. Recreation area As for the recreation area, herea common technique is to use two-tiered. It's good if each "floor" also has a small storage space and separate lighting. You can also get out of this position by placing the beds with their headboards to each other (at an angle of 90 degrees) or by dividing the beds, for example, with a bedside table. Color division Also, for highlightingspaces for brother and sister, you can use different colors. It is very important that each child has their own furniture or at least a storage box. Children usually attach great importance to this and jealously protect their ownership of even toys. And so that things are not "confused" and the place of their storage is not the subject of quarrels, in a small room (where separate cabinets, boxes cannot be provided), the zones can be highlighted in different colors. All of the above is true for rooms of both sexes and same-sex children. Although in the first case, of course, more isolated zoning is preferable.