Spaces packed with an abundance of natural light are the best choices for using white effectively. Once the light hits the windows and is then diffused by lined window coverings, it floods the room with a visual softness that immediately creates a cozy atmosphere.
The East Hampton's home is topped by a dramatically sloped roof and flanked by two matching octagonal wings. In one of the wings sits an elegant yet simple guest bedroom. The space evokes a traditional style with balanced nightstand, cozy floral armchair and a curvy settee.
This guest bedroom is lovely with its asparagus green walls and traditional furnishings. The simple, open bookshelves complement the design and provide space for decorative items. The sitting area under the swag curtains and chandelier also give the room elegance and grace.
Traditional Guest Room With Twin Beds and Blue Accents
This quaint guest bedroom features two black wooden twin beds paired with fresh white and blue bed linens and blue floral throw pillows. A woven natural bier area rug partially covers the dark brown hardwood floors, while two neutral upholstered ottomans sit at the foot of each bed.
Gray Guest Bedroom With Custom Upholstered Headboard
This guest bedroom is set to receive visitors in style. Its green-gray tones are complemented with pops of a terra cotta color. The ceiling is lightly beamed and color-washed in gray tones. The ornate chandelier is rustic wrought iron and all of the bedding, including the headboard, was custom-made.
This guest bedroom is on the first floor of the HGTV Dream Home 2012 located in Midway, Utah. The bedroom is painted a relaxing blue and creates a wonderful oasis for guests, complete with a comfy sitting area.
Designed by Tom Beasley this guest bedroom is exuding with opulent details. High ceilings are accented with a stunning pearl gray statuesque headboard which highlights the gray ceiling beams. The gray palette is complimented with lush gold drapes that flows over into the lamp and linens.
This nautical-themed guest suite is tucked into a turret, its walls painted a sunny yellow. The ruched headboard and curtains are in an Old World Weavers toile. Raffia shades top a pair of simple floor lamps, while an antique sailing ship diorama above the window continues the theme of the sea.
This guest room with twin beds is an inviting space for guests with crisp white bedding, rich textiles and warm accents. Adding just a pop of color, the pillows repeat the spring green color found in the antique lamp.