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Photo By: Jason Kisner; Design by Glenda Flaim of Butler Armsden Architects
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Photo By: Susan Brunstrum
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Photo By: The Jills of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage
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.”
Transitional Guesthouse Bedroom With Chandelier and Woodwork
A vaulted ceiling, beautiful chandelier and various furnishings and accents bring this transitional guesthouse bedroom together. A TV cabinet with an automated lift keeps the television hidden while not in use and the many windows let in plenty of light.
Contemporary Guest Room Elevated By Chic, Matte Black Floor Lamps
To ensure that this guest bedroom looked more modern than rustic, the designers balanced the deer triptych and raw wood coffee table with matte black floor lamps. Geometric-printed pillows and throws also elevate the space's style.
Bright, Classy Bedroom With Plush White and Neutral Bed Covers, Long Patterned Curtains and Chocolate Brown Accents
A dark brown dresser and faux fur throw add gorgeous deep contrast to the bright, neutral design in this bedroom. A thick comforter creates a cozy and classy look on the bed topped with textured throw pillows. Long patterned curtains create a break in the solid colors of the design. A large, pearl framed mirror and glossy stone counter decorations add simple and sophisticated touches.
Transitional Guest Room With Floral-Patterned Wood Wall
A wood wall with a floral pattern and faux mounted animal head serves as a dynamic focal wall in this neutral guest bedroom. Red accents and floral-patterned pillows add color to the transitional space.
The inviting queen bed includes a custom bed frame made with whitewashed planks of wood that create a look similar to a classic white fence. An industrial-style chest with metal frame and engineered wood finish on one side has three drawers for handy storage of bedroom essentials, with a clear glass table lamp with cotton shade on top for nighttime reading.
Contemporary Guest Room Uses Color of Concrete to Honor Architect's Use of the Material
Concrete-colored tones are meant to honor architect Julia Morgan in the guest room at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2015. The early 20th century architect was known for her pioneering use of concrete.
Modern accents add a hint of formality to this otherwise cheerful and plush guest bedroom. The bold green focal wall is a perfect backdrop for the substantial, upholstered headboard and plays well with the rich plum throw pillows.
A floor-to-ceiling purple drape opens to reveal a small seating area and dressing room just outside the guest room closet. A large window with custom Roman shades fills the small space with natural light while the spacious closet provides ample storage. Extra seating is added with a small violet ottoman that elevates the closet into a true dressing room.
This functional but colorful guest bedroom can manage several overnight guests or a small family with ease. The room features two daybeds placed side by side, each upholstered in simple, solid blue fabric, and two double beds with plaid bedding. Designer Susan Brunstrum painted the walls a sunny yellow color for a fresh look.
Guest Bedroom: Waterfront Mansion Featured in Kourtney and Kim Take Miami
This Miami mansion's airy guest bedroom overlooks stunning views of the Biscayne Bay. Known as Palazzo di Mare, the home was rented by socialite sisters Kourtney and Kim Kardashian while they filmed their E! reality series, Kourtney and Kim Take Miami.