Lately I’ve had kid rooms on my mind and I’ve been searching the internet high and low for ideas. I shared my plan for the boys room last week. Every time I come across a room with Jenny Lind beds I can’t help but fall in love all over again. In the boys last bedroom they had matching beds that I was sad to sell with our house. Today I wanted to round up some of my favorite kid rooms with Jenny Lind beds.
Since I have boys I started out with boy rooms that I adore. These beds have a way of making the room feel classic and modern all at the same time.
As amazing as a Jenny Lind bed looks in a boy room, they also look darling in a little girls room. Every single one of these rooms are just stunning.
So if I’ve completely sold you on the look of painted Jenny Lind beds your next question is probably, “where can I get one”? If you’re lucky you’ll find one on Craigslist or at a garage sale for under $20. Then all you need is some paint and patience. When you’re hunting try searching “spindle bed”, “Vintage bed”, “slat bed” and “Spool Bed”. If you’re not up for the hunt, or the patience of painting tiny spindles, then there’s some great spots online where you can buy new beds that look old. Here’s a few of my faves *contains affiliate links*: Target $143.99, Land of Nod $599.99, Ebay $50-$500, Etsy $100-$900. I’ve also included shopable images below, just click on each image to go to the source. (or double click on mobile)
Katie @ Little House of Four says
I LOVE Jenny Lind beds! Thanks so much for the great inspiration, all these spaces are amazing.
Thanks for stopping by!
I was given a old jenny lind crib that I planed to spray paint but I’m not sure if it’s safe… is there a way to tell?
I’ve heard that chalk paint is safer for cribs because of it’s natural make-up. I spray painted a crib with chalk paint for a friend and it worked out great. As for normal spray paint I’m not sure about the safety of it. Especially the way babies seem to always chew on crib rails.