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Family RoomRustic Family Room, Atlanta

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anaa mika wrote:Apr 7, 2013
  • goodallj
    holiday home... self explanatory really...a second residence kept purely for holidaying in ..usually on the coast or a rural retreat. Smaller than usual home and the kids all bunk in together quite often as u have extras, but in main residence each child has own room for privacy,study and possessions. Do u do same in U.S
  • bearandratch
    @goodalij. In the United States they are called vacation homes. We don't use holiday in the same context as other countries. Hope this helps!
Doryn Wallach wrote:Feb 20, 2014
Carly Pries wrote:Dec 14, 2012
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    Peace Design
    Correct, we used stained concrete on the lower level.
  • Eric
    Are the concrete floors heated?
dorapinter wrote:Dec 11, 2012
  • Jamie Coop
    hi, love the room! What are the rings for by the top bunks? is it something to do with getting to the top bunks? thanks.
  • Lisa

    Is the stone on the bunk ladder real or manufactured? Did you have a footing under the concrete for the extra weight? Thank you.

meganmckelvy wrote:Jan 26, 2017
  • meganmckelvy

    Thank you for your reply. Can you share where you purchased the blankets on the beds?

  • PRO
    Peace Design

    Those are classic Pendelton wool blankets! Happy shopping!

kfeighan1 wrote:Apr 22, 2014
  • Denise Khaandor
    What type of lights are those?
  • kellys24073
    What color is the concrete stain?
mindy72e wrote:Nov 12, 2013
  • Tulin Gökçek
    This is the design: Farm House of my grandchildren's bedroom as a woman with all the projects, Turkey Istanbul injured fans.I wish you an enjoyable, as I had the chance to meet with an architect as well as a Turkey you and yours.
  • Tulin Gökçek
    Wery GOOD................
collster wrote:Jan 5, 2013
  • Heather Edwards
    Could you tell me what color/brand of stain in on the wall panel?
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    Peace Design
    The panels were natural, sealed in a matte finish.
rsbroyles wrote:Dec 12, 2012
  • lfreels
    I am doing a lot of vintage decorating in a lakehouse and have had pretty good luck finding things on eBay, posters.com (reproductions), and art.com. Local antique stores obviously are touch and go as well but if you are just looking for inexpensive reproductions you should have good luck with those.
  • Michelle Cadrin-Msumba

    Can I ask where did you find the frames? I have some great vintage national park posters would love to frame without spending a fortune.

keithcamp wrote:Mar 3, 2014
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    Peace Design
    The stone wall that separates the bunks actually acts as the steps / ladder to the top. Our masons positioned several stones along the coursing to project far enough to use as footholds. The rings hanging from the ceiling are there for additional leverage as you climb in.
  • PRO
    Laurel Alexander Interiors
    Brilliant!!! Can I come work for you? (In Atlanta?)
Penny wrote:Nov 3, 2013
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    Peace Design
    You're too kind, thank you! Enjoy the other images...the rest of the home is under "High Times" in our portfolio.
  • Kim Swanson
    This room is what everyone who loves cabins is looking for. You have done an oustanding job. Is the entire house available to look at online. How talented you are!
mwiesner66 wrote:Jul 9, 2018
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    Peace Design

    The sconces are the "Atelier Swing Arm Sconce" from Restoration Hardware. Good luck with your project!

Sharon Simpson wrote:Jan 7, 2017
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    Peace Design

    These posters were already a part of our clients' collection...we believe they were purchased at a local retail shop.

Paula Wilcox wrote:Aug 21, 2016
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    Peace Design

    Our client had this ottoman from another property and we had it recovered to work in their new space. Good luck with your project!

janeejones wrote:Jul 12, 2016
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    Peace Design

    That is a pattern from Ralph Lauren.

James Brown wrote:Jan 23, 2016
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    Peace Design

    This sectional is from the "Chronicle" series at Lexington furniture. Overall dimensions for the 3 pieces shown are 41"d x 133"w (pieces along wall) and 41"d x 62"w. The back height is 37".

emilie_psr wrote:Oct 14, 2015
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    Peace Design

    These bunks hold an extra long twin mattress. Ceiling height is approximately 9'6".

llynngrove wrote:Jul 26, 2015
  • PRO
    Peace Design

    The walls have reclaimed oak boards on them. The wood package was sourced with MRL in Montana. Good luck with your project!

Robin McBride wrote:Apr 7, 2015
  • PRO
    Peace Design

    Our clients had these posters from their previous home. You can typically find these posters in small shops in the West, at antique fairs or even online through Ebay. Happy shopping!

ampulice wrote:Jan 31, 2015
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    Peace Design
    These are stained and sealed concrete floors. There are a couple stain suppliers out there and you begin by selecting from their color charts. You can also mix colors. In all situations, we recommend sampling, whether it is a stand alone color or a custom mix. Good luck with your project!
joanlevan wrote:Jan 8, 2015
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    Peace Design
    These blankets are from Pendleton Wool.
Connor wrote:Nov 16, 2014
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    Peace Design
    I'm sorry, I do not have those numbers available.
mslucytoo wrote:Nov 15, 2014
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    Peace Design
    This sectional is the "Chronicle" from Lexington Furniture. It is covered in one of their chenille options.
hd9234 wrote:Aug 30, 2014
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    Peace Design
    Thanks! These movie posters came framed in the reclaimed wood. Out West, many vendors use local, reclaimed materials for their products.
brturbo wrote:Jul 8, 2014
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    Peace Design
    Yes, the light source you see is a recessed can that holds an MR16 bulb.
alphawolf1201 wrote:Mar 23, 2014
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    Peace Design
    Thank you for such kind words! We are located in Atlanta, GA and Bozeman, MT. You can reach us at 404.237.8681
Tanya Widmer wrote:Mar 9, 2014
  • PRO
    Peace Design
    Both the walls and ceilings are reclaimed oak barnwood.
Maylene Bacchus wrote:Nov 20, 2013
  • PRO
    Peace Design
    This ottoman actually belonged to our clients prior to the project. We had it recovered to work in their new space.
hd9234 wrote:Nov 3, 2013
  • PRO
    Peace Design
    The posters belonged to our clients prior to the project and we loved the pop of color for this space. You can find vintage movie posters at antique markets and online.
shawnac24 wrote:Oct 10, 2013
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    Peace Design
    The grey pillows came with the sectional from Lexington Furniture, the others were made by a local Atlanta workroom from fabrics we selected for the space.
kpawsd wrote:May 22, 2013
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    Peace Design
    The ceilings are reclaimed oak.
lmwright wrote:May 5, 2013
  • PRO
    Peace Design
    This space is approximately 13' x 26' overall (the photo is being taken from a niche area at the far end) and the bunk beds fit an extra long twin mattress. We gave about 3" - 4" on all sides of the mattress.
mindy72e wrote:Mar 20, 2013
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    Peace Design
    You can see this space's bathroom in the High Times album. The walls are covered in vintage license plates.
svensprite wrote:Feb 23, 2013
  • PRO
    Peace Design
    Sorry for the delay, the ceiling height in this room is 9'9" to the inside of the coffer, about 9'3" to bottom of beams.
basketandbin wrote:Jan 6, 2013
  • PRO
    Peace Design
    The bedding is from Pendleton.
Joy wrote:Dec 12, 2012
  • PRO
    Peace Design
    The sectional is from Lexington Furniture.
Michelle Willoughby wrote:Jun 15, 2019
    camden3 wrote:Jan 3, 2013

      What Houzz contributors are saying:

      mitchell_parker
      Mitchell Parker added this to Houzz Quiz: What Should You Do With a Basement?Feb 4, 2015

      You should make your basement a …Bunkhouse: Imagine a cozy space where your kids or grandkids can have the ultimate camp-like sleepover. Here designer William Peace created just such a multigenerational space inside a custom Montana ski home, one where twin boys, friends and grandchildren can hang out and sleep in four rustic bunk beds.

      What Houzzers are commenting on:

      abiggs13
      abiggs13 added this to Steamboat Teen RoomJun 13, 2019

      i like the wall decor and overall feel....i don't like red but the clean lines

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      HU-129089876 added this to Bald RockJun 3, 2019

      Built in bunk beds might be fun for the kids

      webuser_80854161
      Rylania added this to webuser_80854161's ideasJun 1, 2019

      I wish we had this for the kids...would love to live here

      fthrower11
      Fran Thrower added this to lake bedroomsMay 21, 2019

      bunks with couches in same room- downstairs?

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