Playing the role of a perfect host is all about preparation. Getting things right before hand and ensuring that every little detail is in place is key to the ideal guest room. A dedicated guest room is not always an option for many of us and we tend to combine one with the home office, playroom or even the additional kids` room. But those who regularly host friends and family might want to consider a small and sensible guest room that is space-conscious and can be created on a budget. The small guest room comes in a wide range of shapes and at times even an open corner can be turned into one.
If you have already browsed through the many decorating inspirations that we have shared with you this season, then this will come barely as a surprise. Botanical prints are finding space in pretty much every room of the house. While you need to get extra creative while using them in the kitchen or dining room, in the bedroom it becomes all too easy and effortless. Bedding with botanical prints offers a fun way to revitalize the space without going over the top. The rest of the room can still remain largely neutral and you can swap out the bedding and the pillow cases once summer rolls in.
Bespoke bunk beds crafted using wood do much more than just provide multiple sleeping quarters. They can also act as pieces that delineate space within the small kids’ bedroom and give each child a sense of privacy. The design by MAKEcreative is unassuming, easy to replicate and something that still ensures the room remains airy and visually pleasing.
Minimalism helps create a bedroom free of clutter. It essentially means you have a personal sanctuary that is free from unnecessary distractions and cumbersome additions that disturb the ambiance. Couple this idea of simplicity with Scandinavian design for a good night's sleep. It sounds all too easy on the face of it. But adapting to this unassuming and polished lifestyle requires discipline, an understanding of space and how to bring light into an otherwise dark bedroom. This spring, add another layer of sophistication to it all by replacing the mundane colors with mesmerizing pastels.
Just because your guest room is small does not mean you have to completely stay away from color. Do not have the same approach for decorating the guest room as you do in the case of a small bedroom. Your guests will find a fun, cheerful and playful guest room with a splash of color both inviting and rejuvenating. It takes them away from the more boring and mundane bedroom ambiance and will definitely bring in some holiday cheer. A neutral backdrop enlivened by a couple of accent hues is the tried and tested approach here. Repeat the accent color in the room for greater impact.
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