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HOUSE OF FOUR REMODEL : THE BOYS WING

Designing my boys' rooms for this new home was special to me. This is the first time my boys have their own bedrooms and I wanted the spaces to shine for them in this new chapter. On the list for design was two bedrooms, two bathrooms and two closets. We were lucky enough to finish off these two spaces with closets by our preferred local Las Vegas closet company - Inspired Closets. Ask for Domenic and mention House of Four Design and you won't be disappointed!


CAMERON'S BEDROOM


I wanted my youngest's room to feel fresh, but warm at the same time. The star of this room is without a doubt, the wall paneling. this paneling is in color Cheating Heart - Benjamin Moore. It's the perfect amount of drama this space needed to be pulled together. His bed is Serena and Lily and I had it upholstered in the fabric type : Belgian Linen - Sand. His ceiling fixtures and table lamp are from one of my favorite partners Hudson Valley Lighting Group. The three lighting selections from HVLG are interesting and still has a boyish charm. I was super happy with how it all came together Have a look!







Believe it or not, I left design for these closets up to Domenic for the most part! I told him I wanted white shaker and showed him the design for my son's room, after that I let him work his magic. Once the layout was presented and approved by me, I added these fun leather and brass pulls to customize even more! I'm super happy with how both of the closets turned out.


The next space was my youngest's bathroom. We kept things handsome and earthy in this space. The wall and floor tiles are subdued enough to allow for the fun vanity color we went with - Intrigue - Benjamin Moore.



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SKYLER'S BEDROOM


My oldest's carries the same feel as far as a fresh and fun space, but his definitely has a more coastal feel. We shiplapped the ceiling, went with an oatmeal color bed and drapery to break up the white, and added as much texture as possible to tie everything together.








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