As others put out there might be problems with configuration, however it is possible to have common folders in them like music, pictures, movies, etc and any folder from any partition. Research
mount --bind option (for example this tutorial: http://backdrift.org/how-to-use-bind-mounts-in-linux) to have common folders in different partitions.
For example: I have partition for multimedia storage, I can mount it in folder /mnt/multimedia and bind Music and Video folders to home directory with this fstab:
/dev/sda9 /mnt/multimedia ext4 rw,relatime,data=ordered 0 0
/mnt/multimedia/Music /home/user/Music none bind 0 0
/mnt/multimedia/Video /home/user/Video none bind 0 0
There is nothing (except perhaps permissions if the users are not same named (user home folder does not need to be same named as user name)) that prevents bind mounting folders from one home folder to another:
/dev/sda9 /home ext4 rw,relatime,data=ordered 0 0
/home/user-suse/Music /home/user/Music none bind 0 0
/home/user-suse/Video /home/user/Video none bind 0 0
You can still have parts of home folders bind mounted and common between home folders, despite having different folders for your users.