Layton RV Bedroom Renovation
Sometimes, it's the simplest rooms that make the biggest impact. This RV Bedroom was literally just new paint, flooring, some trim work, and decor (strategically hung and placed!) and it feels like a completely different space.
After this room was sanded and prepped for paint, I primed it all with STIX primer and painted with Benjamin Moore Scuff X paint in Eggshell. (Wall and cabinet colors linked below.)
I created a little double board and batten headboard wall by cutting pieces of 1/4" maple down to about 1 inch strips. It was such a such an easy way to add a little design element in here and visually made the wall look taller too! Painting the upper cabinet section the same color as the headboard also gave this room so much visual height!
I also created a half board and batten wall on each side of the bed and I just love how this turned out! All I did was cut 1/4" maple down to 2.5" pieces, nailed a few vertically and one horizontally along the top, and then painted it the same color as the kitchen cabinets to add a little pop but still tie it into the next room. It totally elevated this space and made it look more custom!
I added new flooring all throughout, and used that same flooring to replace the carpet that was surrounding the bed. This created such a clean looking area around the bed and I was able to add some trim around the base of the wardrobe cabinets that I think really elevated the look of this space!
I added new window treatments, which are bamboo shades from Home Depot and are the PERFECT color! I will say the only downside of these blinds is that are just light filtering, not totally privacy, so you can see through them slightly. I have put fabric on the back of them before, and I have also added a small roller shade behind them as well to help with privacy.