Oscar & Boots’ 150 Square Foot Bedroom

updated May 6, 2019
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Names: Oscar (2 years) & Boots (4 years)
Location: Mar Vista – Los Angeles, California
Room Size: 150 square feet

When your dad’s an artist and your mom’s an art producer + blogger you’ll probably grow up surrounded by incredible paintings, photography and sculptures. This tiny bedroom is shared by two boys, Oscar and Boots, where they share a custom made bunk bed and are surrounded by creativity.

(Image credit: Apartment Therapy)
(Image credit: Apartment Therapy)

Wendy Withers and her husband Gavin Lester, have designed an amazing cottage style family home, full of art, books and wonderful crafted furniture. With only two small bedrooms and a shared single bathroom- they’ve turned their boys’ bedroom into a playful and creative space.

What I was most impressed with was the organization and edited artwork display. There were plenty of toys and kids stuff but they have kept the room clutter free and airy. Also a great feature were the double french doors, which can open up right to the family room.

What was your inspiration for the room?
Art, color and play

What is your favorite element in the room?
The i heart new york signed print by milton glaser

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Before starting, what did you know you wanted to include, for sure?
I heart new york

What was your biggest indulgence?
The bunk bed custom built by ben parrillo

If money was no object, what would your dream source be?
Parisian Flea Markets

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Source List:

Bunk bed: the bunk bed custom built by Ben Parrillo
Book Shelf: Design Public
Hanging bird mobile: was a gift
Kids table and stools: EcoTot

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Thanks, Boots and Oscar!

(Images: Bethany Nauert)

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