Bunk rooms are a home design trend that we love. They are beautiful, but also so convenient when hosting a crowd. In our Elevated Views project we designed two bunk rooms connected by a Jack and Jill Bathroom. We designed each bunk space to sleep a crew of kids or an entire family, but feel sophisticated enough for adults. And although the design is meant for anyone, for clarity throughout the design process, we came to think of the spaces as the Boys Bunk Room and the Girls Bunk room. The boys bunk is highly functional but effortlessly beautiful with layered neutrals, Lux linens, interesting lighting, plenty of beds, and that wood statement wall that defines the space.
The adjacent bathroom is defined by the incredible trough sink that spans almost the entire length of the custom wood vanity. The beautiful stone is Grayton Beach polished quartz. Three wall-mounted faucets create a modern vibe, and makes the space extra functional with multiple guests able to use the space at the same time. A long woven black and white rug, pairs with striped Turkish towels to add patterned interest to the space.
The girls bunk room is soft and welcoming. The soft pallete of neutrals corresponds with the boys bunk room, but has its own distinct look. To read more and find sources for this space, read Project Reveal: The Girl’s Bunk Room of our Elevated Views Project.
We are getting a great response from all of you on each space in this home. Thank you so much for your support! Check back soon as we reveal more from this project.