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Maple Lake: Bunkroom Reveal

Photo: Utah Valley Videos

If you didn't make it to the Utah Valley Parade of Homes to see the work we did at Maple Lake, don’t stress! We will be revealing each of the rooms here on our blog in the coming weeks. Today we are sharing with you the children's bunkroom. The owners wanted a magical place for their grandkids to stay, so we pitched them this nautical-inspired space.

Photo: Utah Valley Videos

The bunk beds were created to mimic a strip-built boat, an idea that Brittany came up with, and one that was beautifully brought to life by Davies Design Build. Skipper and captains quarters plaques were added to each bed to supply an extra element of fun. Seabeck cage sconces, sourced from Hansen Lighting, give each individual bunk some light for those beloved bedtime stories.

Across from the bunkbeds, lies a wall of curiosities. We curated a collection of notable antique objects, establishing a magnificent new world on the walls. A wall of curiosities is great for promoting imaginative play. Each object can inspire a spirited game, a silly conversation, and creative play.

We love the way this room turned out and really feel that it proves you can have big design in a small space. A shout out goes to Maven Design Co who helped us out with this room.



Striped Fitted Sheet

Striped Pillow Cases

Basketweave Blanket

Wallpaper: Starry Sky Panel by Sanberg

Throw Pillows

Yellow with Poms: yellow color sold out, Similar HERE.

Red and White: local At Home store , Similar HERE

THESE would also be super cute!


Captains Quarters Plaque

Skipper Plaque


Hansen Lighting

Wall of Curiosities

The home owner's personal collection

The American Rust Company in SLC, Utah

Treasures antique mall in Springville, Utah

Etsy and other antique shops

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