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Boho Kids Room : Ida bedroom update


We hadn’t done too much to Ida’s bedroom since we moved to our new home last year because we didn’t want to have her space be under construction, especially while other rooms in the house were. We didn’t paint, we haven’t ripped out the out the mousy brown carpet in here, and most of her furniture is stuff that we brought from our previous home. Last week though, we made some changes.

When we first moved in, Ida had been sleeping mostly on the top bunk and we didn’t want her sleeping right at the window. But for the last year or so she’s been sleeping on the bottom and so we finally moved the bed under the window which gave us so much more floor space. It made a huge, huge difference.


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We still have plans for this room, we’re thinking paint, maybe wallpaper, the carpet has got to go and we’re still deciding what kind of flooring to put in here…but in the meantime, we’re enjoying the pattern play in here very much!

Here’s a little get-the-look. One of the biggest game changers was putting wallpaper on the little white strip of the Ikea bed. It made the whole thing look automatically way more customized and cute. Also, the purple curtain (which is just a tie-dyed drop cloth) is fun because it acts as both a curtain for the window and for the bottom bunk bed to keep the bright sun out in the morning–and it makes kind of a fort for her which she loves.


Unicorn Head
Nana Pink Wallpaper
Jungalicious Baby Blanket from Madly Wish
Vintage Pink Kantha quilt
Otomi Pillow
Floor mat
Bunk Bed
Orange graphic ottoman
Floral pillow
Aqua Heart Pillow
Pink hearts pillow
Cute little straw doll on the top bunk is from The Brass Crane 
Purple Tie-dye curtain (We dyed a drop cloth) but you can purchase curtain pictured in collage here.

Alternative Text Justina Blakeney

Designer, artist, stylist & mama. Founder and CCO at The Jungalow. Crazy for color, pattern and plants!

15 responses to “Boho Kids Room : Ida bedroom update”

  1. Christina says:

    Looking cute! I can imagine Ida’s cute smiling face peeking from behind that curtain! ?

  2. You are the queen of pattern. Seriously, this is so fun! I wish my room looked like this when I was little.


  3. Danae says:

    So fun! I’m sure Ida is having so much fun in that fort! ;)

  4. Haley says:

    oooh, i love this! It’s so cute.

  5. Jil says:

    Justina, I truly love your work. However, the lack of energy put into this blog is really un-inspiring. Your ideas are beautiful but when they are presented in a blog entry with various, obvious typos it reads like a last minute homework assignment. I will continue to support you and check in when I can because I really appreciate you but from one business minded, creative individual to another…. I wonder if this kind of lackluster presentation will effect future endeavors. Don’t forget your roots ;-)

  6. Ari says:

    This is amazing! At 23 I would love a room like this!

  7. Terri says:

    It’s wonderful! So playful and cheery. And I love that it’s inexpensive.

  8. It’s wonderful to know about your creative ideas and new innovations. I just really love the color pattern. Thanks for sharing :)

  9. Evie says:

    Love Ida’s room!
    You inspired me to unleash my bohemian soul at a time when I needed it most and I’ve never been happier!

  10. happy wheels says:

    but in the meantime, we’re enjoying the pattern play in here very much! Really?

  11. The article you have shared here very good. This is really interesting information for me. Thanks for sharing!

  12. Thanks for sharing this great. Keep sharing more useful and conspicuous stuff like this. Thank you so much

  13. I love what you did in this room. The colors are so vibrant and the mix of patterns is genius! This is really good inspiration. Thank you for sharing. Cheers!

  14. Great stuff!!! It made a huge, huge difference.

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