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Twin Beds Attic Bedroom

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My sister and I always shared a bedroom growing up.  Mom and Dad always bought 3 bedroom homes so they would give the biggest one to us.  My brother had his own bedroom and our parents had the other.  I loved our little attic bedroom.   I like the way this one looks.  

 

 

This one appeals to me, too.

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Loving both!

I think it is important to share a bedroom if you are sisters.

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Love them both, especially the second one. I’ve always thought attic rooms were so cozy.

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I really like both.  Love attic rooms.  Thanks for sharing

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Those are so pretty!

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These are cute little rooms. There’s something about bedrooms up high and looking out. 

 

I always shared a bedroom with my sister. There might have been times we wanted our own space—but then we would have missed out on those late night talks in bed. 

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Re: Twin Beds Attic Bedroom

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They're both cute. I like the bedding better in the first one, but I don't like the dark beams and wood. 

@jubilant 

I shared a room with 2 sisters. It was difficult because I was a "late in life" baby. We didn't have a lot in common due to our age differences. My eldest sister got married when I was 8 years old. My other sister & I continued to share a room until she moved out. 

 

Now that we're all older, we find we have much more in common. I am 58, one sister is 69, and the other is 72. The 3 of us started taking trips together several years ago. We share one hotel room and get along fine. We really enjoy our sister trips. Going on another one in August. 

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@QP Doll wrote:

Loving both!

I think it is important to share a bedroom if you are sisters.


@QP Doll   I think so, too!  To this day she is not only my sister but my best friend.  We are different but we totally get each other. 

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@wilma wrote:

They're both cute. I like the bedding better in the first one, but I don't like the dark beams and wood. 

@jubilant 

I shared a room with 2 sisters. It was difficult because I was a "late in life" baby. We didn't have a lot in common due to our age differences. My eldest sister got married when I was 8 years old. My other sister & I continued to share a room until she moved out. 

 

Now that we're all older, we find we have much more in common. I am 58, one sister is 69, and the other is 72. The 3 of us started taking trips together several years ago. We share one hotel room and get along fine. We really enjoy our sister trips. Going on another one in August. 


@wilma  I'm glad you are enjoying each other so much now. You had quite an age span and that does make a difference.  My sister and I are only 17 months apart and by brother and I are13 months apart.  My brother is 72, I am 71, and my sister is 70.  My mother was an only child.  She always wished she had siblings.

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I like both of the rooms and I think it makes it nice when you grow up sharing a room to have it look really good and feel welcoming.