In the first and larger of the two guest rooms, designers chose twin beds that had a very high quality, modern look, as well as trundle beds for added functionality. This arrangement gives the homeowners lots of options for sleeping guests-the beds can be separate as twin beds; they can be pushed together to become a king-sized bed; they can be pushed together with one trundle out; or they can be left separate with both trundles out. This allows the homeowners to comfortably accommodate any of their friends and family with ease.
An all-white bed centers this modern guest bedroom with a gray accent wall and floor-to-ceiling windows. Brass accented side tables also give this space pizzas, paired with plush throws and a textured floor rug.
Take a cue from West Elm, the modern furniture and home decor retailer, which plans to open its own brand of hotels, West Elm HOTELS. Its guest room design has elements you could bring into your home, including globe pendants hung in pairs and a tufted headboard, which could be a DIY project.
Metallic wallpaper, reflective nightstands and a modern chandelier that sparkles like jewelry all combine to bring glamour and fun to this modern guest room. Dark wood floors and a ceiling beam add a touch of rusticity and warmth, while the nubby textures of the upholstered bed, shag rug and throw pillows add color and visual interest.
In the guest bedroom, designers chose to accentuate the room's unique shape by lining furniture up along the length of the space. Then, to make the room feel larger, they brought in simple furniture and decor, keeping with a neutral color palette to accentuate the tall ceilings and take advantage of the natural light let in through the windows.
This beautiful, modern guest room has both style and function. With two closets in the space, this room has plenty of storage, while the elegant furniture adds to the style. Large windows allow lots of natural light into the space, reflecting off the white walls, making the space feel bright and clean. The elephant patterned throw pillows and the patterned bench cushions help to make the space feel warm while adding depth and texture to the space.
Bright pops of orange bring fun energy to the oceanfront guest room. An orange and white herringbone rug grounds the space and complements the orange and white bedding. Nestled in one corner, an office nook is painted orange to match the color scheme, and full-length windows offer wonderful views of Vero Beach.