Out back, stepping stones lead to a little bungalow that sleeps up to four guests. Though the space seems small, it actually features a sitting area, kitchenette and a platform bed with two nightstands.
From the moment they walk through the door, guests will find this spare bedroom to be oh-so-comfortable. Neutral linens decorate the bed, while matching shades and curtains can be drawn for light control and privacy.
From the floating shelves to the midcentury cabinets, every inch of this kitchenette serves a purpose. Two wood stools pull right up to the wrap-around counter and encourage guests to make use of the coffee bar.
The same fabric swaths the walls, headboard and lampshades in this cozy cocoon-like guest bedroom, harmonizing and warming the space. Black and white photography stands out above the bed, while a custom animal print carpet provides softness on the floor. A large mirror reflects light and visually expands the space.
Bright colors add a modern beach feel to this coastal-inspired guest bedroom with ivory wide plank walls, neutral quilted bed linens and colorful throw pillows. A multicolor bird painting hangs on the wall, completing the look of the space.
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.
No one can relax in a space with pillow overload so be sure to store extras out of the way, like inside a small storage bench or ottoman. Ottomans also offer a perfect spot for guests to sit and put on shoes before heading out the door!