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Tiny House Farmhouse Kids, Portland

The children’s room has two bunk beds as well as a full bed for guests. A pull-out closet makes maximum use of the narrow space near the bunk beds. Photo by Lincoln Barbour.
Country gender-neutral medium tone wood floor kids' room photo in Portland with white walls — Houzz

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roshinke wrote:
love the bunk beds. Where are they from? - The bunk beds along with the pullout closet is exactly what I need for my daughters room.
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If you click on the green 'more info' link below the photo, it will take you to another page that has a link to the full Houzz tour for this house. You can find more information about this bedroom there.
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qbryant wrote:
Walls - What kind of wood is on the kids walls?
shanipadding wrote:
Detail of the floor please:)
momackrichards wrote:
Do you have any photos of the interior of the closet?
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lotterman wrote:
can this siding on the walls be used on the floor?
bienbonito wrote:
What is the ceiling height in this bedroom?
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jallred wrote:
The finish on the walls gives this home an older look, which I love. Is this considered wainscoting? - And how expensive would this finish be as opposed to what most interior walls are finished with. Thanks
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Cathy Lara added this to Houzz Tour: A Family of 4 Unwinds in 540 Square Feet
Two bunk beds with built-in storage, a pullout closet and a full guest bed (not shown) make up the kids' minimalist room.
Laura Gaskill added this to Unify Your Home in 8 Simple Design Areas
8. A clean backdrop. This cottage feels spacious and serene, thanks in great part to fresh white wall paneling throughout. It's one of the oldest tricks in the book, but an all-white space really can work wonders.See more of this 540-square-foot home
Laura Gaskill added this to Beat the Midsummer Blahs — 10 Ways to Recharge a Kids' Space
10. Pare down and simplify. Give yourself and your child some breathing room. Go through the house — together with older kids, but on your own if your kids are small — and gather up all of the old, broken and superfluous toys and games to toss or donate to charity. A simplified space is more calming to kids and parents alike.Tell us: How are you coping with kids' being home for the summer? Any tips or fun activity ideas to share?

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Emily MacKenzie added this to Treehouse
Extra space for sleeping guests
Caren Doyle added this to Cyprus
for Luke's room - perhaps bunk bed at top and desk space below....

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