Interior Designer Marian Rockwood is a master of hide and seek.

Check out her Park City project—it's filled with features not always immediately apparent.

(BELOW) In the home’s lower level bunkroom, sliding barn-inspired doors are used to alternately conceal double bunk beds and closet space adding a distinctively whimsical Old West touch to the merry children’s quarters. 

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(BELOW) Architectural plans called for a walled-in kitchen. Rockwood and the homeowners preferred an open floor plan and eliminated a planned wall between the kitchen and living room. To replace the lost pantry storage space, as well as lend a sense of rural-inspired interest, she designed the cabinetry to appear as floor to ceiling drawers. The “drawer” faces easily move up to reveal several deep and easily-accessible food storage shelves and additional counter space.

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Images by Scot Zimmerman Photography. This post was originally published on utahstyleanddesign.com.