On the lower level of this modern Dallas home sit guest quarters with two bedrooms, each with a private bathroom. The concrete brick walls in this bedroom echo the aesthetic of home's exterior, drawing a link from the indoors to the outdoors.
The second of the two guest rooms is designed to be a little more youthful and fun with pops of blue and purple. Although smaller than the first, the modern design and abundance of natural light, makes the space feel plenty spacious, while a trundle on one of the beds helps to accommodate more people.
Naturally, this San Francisco condo includes an equally impressive guest room! A plush platform bed invites visitors to stretch out and snooze, while a corner mirror gives them room to freshen up later.
This guest room is located on the lowest level of a three-floor modern Dallas home. The surrounding wooded area along Cottonwood Creek provides beautiful views through the wall of windows while still offering privacy to the home's guests.
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.
Modern Guest Room with Globe Pendants and Tufted Headboard
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.