I have a fun space reveal to share with you today, the bunk room of our Heber House Project collaboration with Jamie Bellessa. This is a kid-friendly, cozy space with layers of warm neutrals, rustic wood, and brass accents that look beautiful in this mountain home. If you would like to see more of out Heber House Project you can visit the blue modern farmhouse kitchen, the master bedroom, and the library. Take a peek!
Photography: Lindsay Salazar
To create a fresh foundation in the space, we chose light carpeting and Benjamin Moore Swiss Coffee paint. Although we often paint all the trim a matching white, in this room we left the window trim a natural wood in order to create warmth and embrace the rustic vibe of the location.
Layered rugs protect the light carpet and add warmth to the space. We chose a vintage Turkish kilim rug in earthy tones paired with a plush faux sheepskin. I love using fur to the side of a bed. Sinking your feet into the plush rug creates a sense of luxury as you get in and out of bed. A pair of beautiful bunk beds in a dark weathered wood add plenty of sleeping room for family and guests. The bedding is neutral, but ombre pillows and geometric patterned sheets add subtle interest.
A clean-lined white campaign dresser with brass hardware serves as both storage and night stand between the two beds. We styled the piece with greenery, books, and this cool geometric concrete lamp that lends a modern rustic feel.
This modern bunk is fresh and clean feeling but with subtle colors and textures that create an inviting warmth. It is a kid-friendly space but still feels sophisticated enough for adult guests. To create this feeling in your own home, get the look below.
/ 1 – Bunks – Here, Here or Here / 2 – Sconces / 3 – Dresser – Here or Here / 4 – Concrete Lamp / 5 – Brass Framed Mirror / 6 – Vintage Lumbar Pillow / 7 – Ombre Sham / 8- Sheets- Here or Here / 9 – Vintage Runner – Here, Here or Here / 10 – Tee Pee / 11 – Sheepskin Rug / 12 – Faux Fur Beanbag /