Blue and Neutral Guest Room with Framed Watercolors and Upholstered Headboard
A guest room by Maria McLaurin of McLaurin Interiors features framed watercolors of feathers by Adam Vettraino above a wooden bedside table and next to an upholstered headboard. The Elena fabric by Clay McLaurin is on the large pillow.
Eclectic Brown and Neutral Guest Room With Zebra Print Accents
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.
This feminine, neutral transitional study is a great place to get away from everything. A lounge offers a comfy spot for reading or sipping coffee, while a daybed helps the room double as a space where overnight guests can stay.
Striped Bedroom With Custom Corner-Style Twin Bed Headboard
If you’re outfitting a space that’s small or has awkward design features, custom-made furnishings may be the best option. Case in point: this elegant guest room. “The bed was designed for a room that had door locations that inhibited twin beds from being placed side by side as they typically are,” explains designer Chandos Dodson Epley. “We went with the corner-style headboard to provide more floor space and a walkway in the bedroom. It also created a cozy nook for the clients’ two young granddaughters.”
The guest bedroom is all about unique texture. A comfortable, velvet daybed finds a home to the side of the room adding softness to the space while geometric prints give the room a funky feel, and a leather desk and chair give the room a work station. Finally, a cool, woven rug covers a stained carpet, completing the guest room's transformation in this rental apartment.