Red Ledges Project: Part Two

We’re back with our Red Ledges Project! Today we’re taking you through the mudroom, bunk room, and a really cool powder bath. Get caught up by checking out Part One, and stay tuned for a webisode on these spaces! This post is sponsored by our friends at Legrand.

Red Ledges: Part Two

MUDROOM

The mudroom might be simple, but there’s quite a few things happening here! We have a dark stain complimented by lighter cabinetry with cane fronts. To tie in the black pulls, there are black hooks for hanging hats, bags, and jackets. The drum shade fixtures have these cool iron detail that really matches with the rest of the space.

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The best vignettes are often the most simple. Creating special moments like this is important in every space, from the kitchen to your bedroom, and even your mudroom!

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KID’S ROOM

We are always designing bunk rooms in Utah! We’ve found that the owners of these beautiful mountain homes are often inviting friends and family to come stay, so we need spaces that can sleep plenty. Rustic white oak built in bunk beds are bright and youthful, with wire details on the railing as an industrial feature. There are so many beds that we decided to streamline the space by using the same pillows throughout all the bunks. We stuck with a gender neutral color, green.

The wallpaper came after the bunks! We needed something soft, so we used a natural gray and white pattern that nods to the mountain home.

You’ll probably recognize our Eugene Pendant in this space. Their simple structure makes them a no brainer in almost any space. We use them in our studio and storefront!

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We love the details on the Aretha Mirror. The polished nickel hardware and hanging strap bring a rustic element to the vignette. We love how it contrasts against the light nightstand.

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See those outlets under the sconce? Legrand’s Adorne already comes with wall plates in dozens of finishes, like metals, natural woods, leather, colors, but in case that’s not enough — they even have a customizable option.

This was great for our bunk room, considering all the outlets were in such visible locations! We use the remnant wallpaper to blend in the wall plates until they disappeared. It’s been done before in DIYs, but this is a sophisticated and sleeker execution of this!


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POWDER

We always say that we love to go big when designing a small space like a powder bathroom. Wallpaper is one of the best ways to do this. We actually designed this wallpaper ourselves! There’s more details that elevate the design, like the ribbed detail in the vanity and the marble quartz countertop.

We also went bold with our sconce. We love its industrial arm detail, and that it ties in with the Legrand outlet. The brass detail in the mirror brings out the warm tones in the wallpaper, faucet, and canisters.

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We used nightlights in the kitchen, but they are also great in the bathroom. Plus, with so many finishes options, it was nice to choose one to match the room’s aesthetic. They also match with the oil bronze rubbed pulls in the space!

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