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Evergreen House: The Kid’s Bedroom

Inspiration

OPENHAGEN print  //  LUNA print  //  APOLLO print

Brass Picture Light  //  White 16×20 Frame  //  Wood 20×30 Frame  //  Wood Picture Hanger

Bed Frame  //  Mattress  //  Sheet Set  //  Green Plaid Blanket  //  Blue Throw Pillow

Duvet Insert  //  Duvet Cover  //  Ceiling Fan  //  Roman Shades

The beautiful living room built-ins at the Evergreen house originally started out in this now-kids bedroom. The previous owners must have used this space as a den. Without getting into too much boring detail, I had originally walked the Evergreen house a full year before we bought it to flip. The first time it was on the market, we were outbid by another flipper. While the flipper did a lot of the haul away work in the year they had it, they weren’t able to do much else before putting the house back on the wholesale market (which is when we bought it).

The house was filled with old books and furniture before that the other flipper apparently just took to the landfill. It breaks my heart into a thousand pieces thinking about it! There were some VERY COOL books in here. The original owner had been a librarian for decades and there were books everywhere! The only book the flipper did not toss was a little yellow children’s book. Can you see it on the shelf?

The book was from the 50s and was all about space! On the yellow linen book cover was a little moon rover which we scanned in and made into a print for the room. It’s a fun pop of color and sweet nod to the previous owners.

COPENHAGEN print  //  LUNA print  //  APOLLO print

Nightstand  

LUNA print  //  APOLLO print

We wanted to use this room as a kids bedroom. The space was long and skinny, but I actually think that footprint works really well for layout purposes! We had just enough room to fit two twin beds on either side of the window, but we also had room in front of the beds for kids to spread out and play! I slept in a room like this growing up with my sisters, but we had three twin beds in a row and it was magical! We lost all sorts of sleep, staying up late every night talking. :)

Faux Snake Plant (similar) // Stool (similar)  //  Wood Fire Truck (similar)  //  Wall Mounted Book Shelf

When you’re flipping a house and staging it with furniture in order to sell, it’s hard to know how extreme to go with the styling. You don’t want to overstuff the rooms so they feel cramped. But you also want to give the buyers ideas for living and furniture placement too! I liked the idea of putting a little bookshelf here rather than a dresser (which could easily be placed in the large closet or on the opposing wall).

I love using these little spice racks for picture book storage – they are affordable and easy to hang! You could easily fill a whole wall to pack a big visual punch!

Faux Snake Plant (similar) // Stool (similar)  //  Wood Fire Truck (similar)  //  Wall Mounted Book Shelf

Rattan Pouf  //  Rug  //  Wood Shelf (similar)

Wall Mounted Book Shelf  //  “All Kids Are Good Kids” Book  //  “The Stars” Book

“Goodnight Moon” Book

Along the back wall I split a 20×30 print from Juniper Print Shop into two to help connect the two sides of the window! Those little brass art lamps hanging above the prints are my favorite! They double up as reading sconces and really help save space on the nightstand (even though we still put a lamp there – ha!).

COPENHAGEN print  //  LUNA print  //  APOLLO print

Brass Picture Light  //  White 16×20 Frame  //  Wood 20×30 Frame  //  Wood Picture Hanger

Bed Frame  //  Mattress  //  Sheet Set  //  Green Plaid Blanket  //  Blue Throw Pillow

Duvet Insert  //  Ticking Stripe Duvet Cover

Brass Picture Light  //  White 16×20 Frame  //  Rug  //  Jute Poof

Bed Frame  //  Mattress  //  Sheet Set  //  Green Plaid Blanket  //  Blue Throw Pillow

Duvet Insert

Lamp Base  //  Lamp Shade  // Alarm Clock // Brass Dog Figurine (similar)

We are working on a big ceiling fan round up, but spoiler alert, this one is our very favorite for both the look and the price! Especially when we need a ceiling fan with a light kit (if there are no cans installed in the room). Also this fan comes in both a black and white option!

Brass Picture Light  //  White 16×20 Frame  //  Rug  //  Jute Poof

Bed Frame  //  Mattress  //  Sheet Set  //  Green Plaid Blanket  //  Blue Throw Pillow

Duvet Insert

We were going for sort of a vintage camp vibe in here, inspired by the cute and affordable rug, but the green wool throws at the foot of the beds sealed the deal for us! I love how this sweet little space turned out!

COPENHAGEN print  //  LUNA print  //  APOLLO print

Brass Picture Light  //  White 16×20 Frame  //  Wood 20×30 Frame  //  Wood Picture Hanger

Bed Frame  //  Mattress  //  Sheet Set  //  Green Plaid Blanket  //  Blue Throw Pillow

Duvet Insert

1. Bed Frame  //  2. Stools  //  3. Blue Pillow  //  4. Green Plaid Throw  //  5. Apollo Print & Picture Hanger

6. Luna Print & Wood Frame  //  7. Side Table  //  8. Rug  //  9. Lamp Shade & Lamp Base  //  10. Jute Poof 

11. “All Kids Are Good Kids” Book  //  12. “The Stars” Book  //  13. Wall Mounted Bookshelves  //  14. Clock  //  15. Brass Dog 

16. White Sheet Set  //  17. Plug-In Picture Light  //  18. Wood Fire Truck  //  19. Snake Plant

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28 thoughts on “Evergreen House: The Kid’s Bedroom

  1. Hi Jenny – I love the way this room turned out. One comment, though: those green blankets aren’t actually wool, they’re acrylic, according to the product description. Many people prefer natural fibres, rather than synthetics, although I do understand that acrylic is much cheaper. I personally think that wool blankets are worth the extra cost – they are more environmentally sustainable, and last a lifetime. Just a heads up for you!

  2. I always love how Jenny pulls together pieces in a room! For those interested, the actual wood shelf in her space is the Listerby console table from Ikea. The “similar” one is great with two shelves instead of one, but can’t imagine the caning would hold up well in a kid’s room. We have two of the Ikea consoles in our 12-year old’s room as nightstands and the solid oak is beautiful and has held up extremely well.

    1. I have one in my bedroom- there is a slight white noise depending on the fan speed. It doesn’t bother me, the look for the price is great!

  3. I have those same blankets in the off-white and light green on my couch. They can take a beating and wash well. Something wool would not be able to do. Practical and stylish for a kids room

  4. Such an amazing room! Such a neutral room with layers of color and texture, my favorite!! Is there a link for the wooden shade on the window? It’s so hard to find a budget friendly shade that looks good.

  5. So love your thought process and sharing it with us all! You are one smart women and it so fun to enjoy your journey with you in this life story.

  6. Hey team juniper! Love that rug! Did y’all feel like it was soft to play on? Asking for my kids thanks!

    1. Hi Lauren! The rug is definitely soft! I wouldn’t say it’s super thick and plush, but it’s also not thin or scratchy! I hope that helps!

  7. It breaks my heart also to hear about all those books going to the landfill. So glad you referenced the last book left in such a charming way.
    Lovely.

  8. SO DANG BEAUTIFUL. I love that this design is really approachable for most families and it looks like an incredibly relaxing space for parents and kids.

  9. I think you did the perfect job of making the space look lived in but not too lived in. And you nailed the vintage camp look! The matching beds also help!

  10. I love absolutely everything about this room! I just wanted to see if you could share where the tan striped pillow is from that is in front of the blue pillow?

  11. Hi Jenny, I am in love everything with all you did for this house! Could you tell me what the ceiling heights were in the house? Thank you!

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