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3413 Marion Drive
Tampa, FL 33637

When I found out during my second pregnancy that I was having another girl, visions of a shared room danced in my head. When I talk to other moms whose kids share a room, there is a common thread of strategic design that runs through all of them. Double the kids plus double the stuff can sometimes be a recipe for disaster, but Jessica Honegger shares the thought process that went into her recently re-designed shared boy's bedroom today. Jessica Honegger: They’ve shared a room from the beginning—ever since we adopted Jack and he came home from Rwanda at age 2.5!

Case in point: When we brought Jack home and moved the boys in together, they were both at their absolute smelliest stage of life! JH: One thing we wanted to solve for is that the boys were using the hall bathroom that our daughter Amelie was also using.

Our guests definitely loved it, so it was a hard choice, but we felt it would be put to better use as the boys’ bathroom. JH: My favorite thing about the bedroom is that everything is truly sourced from some market I’ve been to – Nepal, Thailand, Jaipur, Rwanda.

The Guatemalan masks in their room have been all over the house and in my office, but it feels like now they finally found their home. Bathroom Sources: Animal heads, Marketplace in Antigua, Guatemala (Similar) || Floor Tile, Fireclay Tile || Wall Tile, Floor & Decor || Sink Faucets, Delta || Shower Faucet, Delta || Light Fixtures, One Forty Three|| Medicine Cabinets, Ikea || Vanity, Ikea ||

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