Our Elevated Views Project is a beautiful home designed to capture the beautiful natural views of its red rock surroundings in St. George, Utah. And although it is the ultimate family playhouse with a bowling alley, trampoline room, and outdoor recreation spaces, the design is elevated with a sophisticated layering of organic neutrals, interesting lines, and statement lighting. In the bedrooms, the emphasis is on soft layers and interesting textures. See how we put together this inviting primary bedroom and shop the look to recreate it in your own home.
The warm, but airy space is created with a foundation of white walls painted Benjamin Moore Chantilly Lace and European oak wood floors laid in a herringbone pattern. This same wood floor is used throughout the home for a cohesive look, but the herringbone sets the primary bedroom apart.
Lighting is one of our favorite aspects of any space. In this room, we kept all the lighting white, but played with texture and shape. From the ceiling we created a statement with this Glace Calcite Chandelier. The material is traditional, but the shape is modern and we love the mix. On the nightstands, table lamps in white etched glass and an interesting shape add a luminescent glow. On the dresser, a whitewashed wood lamp adds texture.
The furniture creates interest in a mix of organic materials: the low platform bed is linen, the accent chairs in faux sheepskin (similar here), nightstands in a light cerused oak, a burl wood mirror on the wall (or slightly smaller at a great price here), and a dresser made of iron. The variation keeps the neutral space interesting and elevated.
Above the cast stone fireplace, our favorite Frame TV allows us to select a pop of color and a beautiful view instead of a boring black screen. Overall, the neutral space feels inviting, but keeps a lot of emphasis on the red rock views and natural beauty of Southern Utah out the sliding door.
Elevated Views is a project large in scale and we have lots more to share! If you missed the kitchen reveal, see it here, and then check back soon for more peeks into this beautiful home.