{home & garden} guest room reveal ~ tiny oranges

So here we go with the third and final room reveal for Jennifer from Tiny Oranges.  If you’ve missed the last couple, here you go…

Check out her 3 year old little girl’s big girl green room

And her 6 year old little girl’s girlie pink palace

Both rooms were such fun to pull together and we think fit the girls personalities and wishes perfectly.

Of course it all started with picking out the perfect mattress for Jen’s girls...oh the fun of dominos!!

The final room we did was turning their home’s current 3 year old little nursery, into the new Guest Room. Jen and her husband choose to focus the majority of their budget in the 2 girls rooms, but we still needed to updated the Guest Room with little changes. Their guests aren’t that frequent, and are typically family. So we chose to keep the focus on that.

Having the bed look out at the beautiful backyard made if feel more resort like in the room. We added chevron panels from Urban Outfitters to the windows, along with Ikea sheers and hardware. On either side of the window we used our favorite Ikea bookshelves.

Ready for this, $40 each!

I’ve seen them on Pinterest sprayed out gold and yellow too. So fun!  We shopped around Jen’s house a bit to help accessorize with coffee table books and shells.  In addition, I tore open some older framed floral prints they had, and asked Jen to print black and white photos of family that would be staying in the room, replacing the prints.

I also re-used the shell prints they had, by replacing the matte inside the frame for an updated look.  Then we used an existing child’s book rack as a magazine shelf next to the bed for guests.

We took 2 red bedside tables from the orginal Guest Room and spray painted them black, adding two Ikea lamps for $19/each.  Jen found a white headboard on Wayfair for $99…wow!  (Not gonna lie, I’ve used this headboard 3 times since this room, for new clients.) Bargain!!

Throw in some Ikea white bedding, with some cute yellow and gray sheets from Target. It’s getting cuter… And what do you do when you can’t find a bedskirt you like? Buy a coordinating sheet the same size as the bed and have a bedskirt made (if you don’t sew…which I do not.)

All in all I think the room turned out really cozy and refreshing for guests to stay in.

I’m so thankful for the opportunity that Jen and her family gave us to work on their home.  The most gratifying part of a project, is seeing a family happy in their home. Thank you Tiny Oranges Family!!

To see more of this reveal, along with before and after shots, hop on over to Tiny Oranges today: “Gray and Yellow Guest Room Design”

Sources ~ Guest Room:

  • Headboard: Wayfair
  • Sheets: Target
  • Duvet & 2 shams: Ikea, ALVINE STRA
  • Personalized Pillow Sham: West Elm, Striped Sham with Monogram
  • Bedskirt: Target sheet, customized
  • Window Treatments: Chevron Panels, Urban outfitters. Sheers, Ikea, VIVAN
  • Bookcases: Ikea, VITTSJO
  • Area Rug: Ikea, TARNBY
  • Bedside Tables: Existing, spray painted
  • Bedside Lamps: Ikea, ARSTID
  • Round Mirror: Ikea, SONGE

12 thoughts on “{home & garden} guest room reveal ~ tiny oranges”

  1. Thanks Jen! It really was so wonderful to watch these rooms come together! Thank you again for the opportunity to work with your amazing family :-)

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