Friday, September 12, 2014

Friday Fun Stuff…Tahoe Notebook The Bunkroom


The bunkroom in the Lake Tahoe house is going to be really fun.  The owner and I worked all day yesterday on all the final fabric selections
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The sliding barn doors and bunks will be constructed of reclaimed barn wood something like this only a little bit more refined.

love the barn door between the bedroom and bathroom . . . and the ceiling is amazing! ♥
landsenddevelopment.com

Cabin Bunk Room. Gstaad
http://www.dannywilliamsarchitect.com/portfolio/milham/
The window seats will be upholstered in this sturdy stripe from Kravet

These darling quilts from RH Baby and Child are going on the bunks and daybeds

http://www.rhbabyandchild.com/catalog/product/product.jsp?productId=rhbc_prod402206&categoryId=search
We are using one these Pottery Barn Pillows on each bunk (sorry they are already sold out)
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Trish Banner from Cottage by Design is whipping up a pillow with each grandchild's name to go on each bed in these colors
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We are really getting excited for the project to be completed.  I can’t wait to get up there and see everything!!

18 comments:

  1. Cindy, this is FABULOUS! I love all your choices and simply adore the Bunk Room & Barn Door inspirations!

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  2. What great inspiration for what will be such a fabulous space! I know the grandchildren will love it. (And how fun to get to decorate a room like that!)

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  3. Just. Great. Stuff. I can't wait to see the final photos. This looks amazing...
    Sharon

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  4. Cindy, how charming is that room going to be!!!! Love your mix of fabrics! Can't wait to see everything competed!
    Best,
    Linda Floyd

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  5. Love the bunk bed set up!MY SONS lived in TAHOE for awhile.............
    Looks like a very fun project!

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  6. Nice! I've used that Kravet stripe in a window seat too and on a chair. It's tough and durable and adds such a nice color statement. Great job, Cindy!

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  7. Cindy, I can not wait to see all the refining you do to your design style, I have seen this set up for bunks before, yet done in a more rustic fashion as your plans will be awwwww! Inspiring !!

    I would have loved to have added a pillow like yours that are sold out. It's really an intriguing look to your home fashions.
    Looking forward to all your amazement.

    Xx
    Dore

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  8. These are some wonderful fabrics Cindy. And what a sweet touch to add the grandchildren's names on the pillows .. I'm loving this project, keep the pictures coming!

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  9. I just finished building my own cabin with all the attendant rough textures. For door handles I attached lengths of grape vine with the bark on. So much warmer and more user friendly than metal. If you want to see this I will send you a picture, email me, annorr@helix.nih.gov. Love your blog, You have done a remarkable job of enriching the details with the color and texture you have chosen. Ann

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  10. I love every.single.detail. Just gorgeous!!!

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  11. Wow - love where this space is going and I can not WAIT to see this all come together! And let's talk about that PB pillow - so bummed that it's out of stock! I've been eyeing it for a bit but just hadn't made my way to PB to check it out in person. Such a great pattern.

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  12. The final result is going to be just fabulous. I love the rch colours and textures of these fabrics. A great project.

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  13. Its going to look fabulous...cant wait to see it!

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  14. Me too!! Everything sounds fabulous Cindy!

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  15. Whenever I am looking for ideas Cindy..you are the first person I think of and I am never disappointed! This is all right up my alley...thank you! Right into my inspiration folder, as always. xx

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  16. Cindy,
    I love everything! So cozy and warm!
    xo
    annie

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  17. Cindy, How exciting. I cannot wait to see the finished home. I love the fabrics you chose for the bunk room and the quilts. What lucky kids to get to stay there!! xx Kim

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