In the United Kingdom, Pale Hall’s luxurious property transports you back to a royal 19th century countryside estate. Laurie Betz of Betz Design Studio said the feeling of quaintness and Old World style, but having modern-day touches, is her favorite element of the British estate turned hotel.
Guest bedroom #1 features powder blue walls, simple blue window treatments, a tuft-upholstered headboard, white metal chandelier and the aforementioned bovine decorating motif. There's just one thing this room needs: More cowbell!
Natural light floods this guest room thanks to the large bay window. A pair of orange lumbar pillows and a matching bench at the foot of the bed bring a pop of color to the soft gray palette, and a sparkling light fixture above adds a touch of glam to the design.
A wrought iron bed layered with quilts contribute to the comfortable farmhouse feel of the guest bedroom. “I liked the idea of bringing in quilts and making it a little more traditional in this room because it kind of fits the area,” says interior designer Brian Patrick Flynn.
A neutral color palette keeps this guest room sophisticated, but the zebra print pillows insert a little fun. Wooden nightstands are positioned on either side of the brown leather bed, while a ceiling fan hangs above a brown wooden armchair with bead-like arms and legs.