Eclectic Guest Bedroom With Rich Green Wall Treatment
This guest bedroom isn't just a place to crash; it's also a stylish space to read and relax! Rich green walls bring out the best of the crisp white paneling, as well as complement the blue, peacock-patterned curtains.
White and Turquoise Guest Bedroom With Black Metal Framed Windows
Natural light illuminates this coastal guest bedroom. Black metal frames the windows, while white bed linens cover the gray upholstered bed. Turquoise pillows and a striped rug add pops of color, while white nightstands with glass lamps are positioned on either side of the bed.
In this home's fourth bedroom, designers blended an elegant, neutral color palette with bold, teal accents for a pop of color. These two design elements combine with contrasting black details to create a space that is warm, bright and inviting for the homeowners and their guests.
Blue Wall Color Creates Beachy Feel in Guest Bedroom
To keep the beachy feel alive in this guest bedroom, designers painted the walls a lovely shade of blue that reflects the beauty of the ocean. To contrast the bright wall color, gray details were added to the room for a balance of warmth.
While small furniture leaves more room for walking around in a small space, miniscule couches and chairs are rarely comfortable. So rather than place two pokey little loveseats in this 7x12-foot sitting room, designer Amie Weitzman built large seating banquettes into the blue-tweed-upholstered walls."This room is part of a guest suite," explains Weitzman, "So comfort was really the top priority." The sofas are deep enough to sink into and large enough to flop onto, "and building them right into the wall," Weitzman says, "buys you a few extra inches of floor space."
Even if you are using freestanding pieces in a small room, you can go with substantial furniture. "The one thing to make sure of," says Weiztman, "is that if you need to, you can walk around the furniture comfortably."
White Coastal Guest Bedroom With Turquoise Accents
Natural light illuminates this guest bedroom located in the family's poolhouse. White linens cover the bed, while turquoise and patterned throw pillows add a touch of color.glass mint green lamps are placed atop the white nightstands positioned on either side of the bed.
Anchoring the guest bedroom design, a sculptural adornment above the bed is a statement piece that ties the room together. “We found that on the island," says interior designer Linda Woodrum. "It was an old piece that was signage for something and we just bought it impulsively."
The guest bedroom “has the feeling of this island, where there is a lot of energy," says interior designer Linda Woodrum. "There is the sense that you could relax and have this nice experience of being somewhere different, but still it is very pleasant.”