Today we are excited to share the design details of one of the bunk rooms in our Double Eagle Project. This home sits amongst the red rock of St. George, Utah. We created the space using earthy tones that complement the vibrant colors out the window. Take a look at the pictures and sources for this fun space!
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Paint and Flooring
Throughout the home, we started with a fresh foundation using Benjamin Moore Chantilly Lace in an egg shell finish. Egg shell doesn’t have alot of shine, but is more durable and easily cleaned than if you use a matte finish. For more on paint finishes read this post. The flooring is Moda Living from Provenza Floors in the Finally Mine color and 7.15″ width. The built-in bunks are painted to match the walls, and custom built ladders are black metal with wooden rungs stained to match the floor.
Earth tones are a major decorating trend for 2019. In this room we paired browns and corals with sage and pear greens. The contrast is beautiful and fits with the beautiful red rock views out the window. We used this soft fringe duvet in pear and layered it with these warm woven and black and white pillows. The woven rugs on the floor are affordably sourced from Urban Outfitters, we used this one, but get a similar look here and here.
Lighting and Furniture
In this room, the attached bathroom is visible from the bunk space. Because there are so many beds in the room, we wanted the bathroom to be as functional as possible. A vanity outside the bathroom allows for bedtime and morning prep even if the shower space is in use.
We selected Benjamin Moore Turquoise Mint for the cabinetry. The soft color is such a pretty accent to the brown tones in the space. The floor tile is 12″ x 24″ Ottimo in Legacy Black. The shower uses two tiles, 2″ x 8″ Daltile Modern Dimension in Matte Arctic White and 16″ x 48″ Click in Zeep White and Black. The fixtures are from the Delta Trinsic Collection. We mixed metals by pairing the chrome fixtures with aged brass lights (here and here) to add warmth and shine to the space.
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