Real/Deal/Steal: A Shared Kids' Room with a Traditional Country Style

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There's something particularly homey and warm about a space outfitted with a color palette of beige, fawn and wood and classic furnishings. It's true that we, too, are fans of that traditional, country look, and appreciate a style that's both welcoming yet relaxed and totally unpretentious at the same time. This particular genre works well for a kids' bedroom, as sleeping spaces for the little ones should be welcoming, cozy, and not-too-stimulating to encourage them going to bed at night. What makes this particular real/deal/steal choice a double whammy is, not only does this room display a perfect rendition of the traditional country style, but also demonstrates a fantastic way to design a shared room for siblings. We love that each bed is a bit different, but the room still encompasses an overall harmony. Check out our interpretations by clicking around on the interactive moodboards below, and learn how you can get this for about $3500, and even less!

realWith a budget of $3,500, you can get some nice Serena and Lily and Pottery Barn Kids accents to recreate the look piece-by-piece. We are also obsessed with this lamp from Hayneedle!

dealThe deal version gets sleek with a heather gray rug and chromed trophy head for about $2,000. The spotted throw is a fun touch.

stealFinally, for just $1,150, you can get a more muted version of the traditional country palette with a soft blue throw. The mirror in this moodboard is also spot-on. Nice!

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