Making Room For Three Children

If you have been following me for a while then you will know we recently added to our family and have another little bundle of cuteness Baby Nila.

Having three children in a small three bedroom house can be somewhat cramped and unfortunately the bedrooms are just not big enough for the children to share , especially with the amount of toys they have!.



After a long chat and talking with our landlord , we have decided to convert the attic into a fourth bedroom next year. A lot of planning has gone into this and we love our neighbours so moving was a definite no go, so the only other option was to extend , and this seemed the perfect solution.

I actually had an attic bedroom when I was a teenager and absoulately loved it and kadiann, being our eldest daughter , we have asked if she would like it and she can not wait to move in up there ! :)

We have been shopping around and have found some lovely pieces to add to the room once it’s completed . She has opted for blinds and to be honest , we have blinds in every room and I think they make a room look more elegant .


She has found the most cute blinds here on the VELUX website . They are a beautiful pale pinky colour with Bambi design print on them . They have a wide variety of blinds and a whole section of Disney , so we’re actually thinking of switching up all the girls blinds when they have their own rooms.

How do you find having a bigger family ? Do your children share bedrooms? I would love to know if you have any tips or tricks :)


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14 comments

  1. We only have one child but I can totally understand the need to make more room for three and converting an attic room is a fab way to do that!

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  2. Turning the attic into a fourth bedroom is such a clever way of gaining more space! I love the bambi print on the blinds too :)

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  3. We’ve got an attic that we had converted into a room and you wouldn’t believe just how big that space is for a bedroom!!

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  4. We have four children and moved from a three bed to a five bed when I was pregnant with my youngest. My girls still actually choose so share which surprised us, I'm sure they will move into their own rooms as they get a little older!

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  5. we found the car the biggest issue with three children as the eldest want to share a bedroom. the blinds are so sweet by the way x

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  6. What a great post! I'm sure your daughter will absolutely love her new bedroom once it is finished!

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  7. Those blinds are lovely. Congratulations on your beautiful family! I also had an attic room when I was young and loved it. Made me feel very grown up.

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  8. Great tips. I find making space for one challenging enough

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  9. Sounds like a good plan, I would have loved an attic room when I was younger!

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  10. They are lovely blinds. I know my daughter would love an attic for a bedroom.

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  11. It is great that you are converting the attic into a 4th bedroom. I love how cute your kids are, lovely photos x

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  12. We have four kids in a three bedroom house which isnt ideal. I would love to convert the loft but sadly it is too shallow

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  13. We have my daughters sharing a room and need to try and sort out a room for my son who is still in our room at the moment. Hope the attic room works out x

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  14. I remember my house being small when we had our fourth child so we moved somewhere a bit bigger. Only feels a few years ago, now two of our Sons have grown up and left and our house is getting a bit to big for us. I think will will be downsizing over the next few years. Lovely blinds.

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