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.
Plum painted custom millwork with blue tie-ins and traditional furniture provide a unique and inviting farmhouse style room to make guests feel comfortable and at home. “Purple is a really hard color to work with, but plum is purple with just enough brown in it to make it a little more on the new neutral side,” says interior designer Brian Patrick Flynn.
An eye-catching piece of folk art hangs above the bed in this neutral transitional guest bedroom. Painted shiplap walls, a woven wicker bed frame and natural window treatments add a touch of coastal style to the space.
Great Room Sitting Area With Concealed Pocket Door Wall
Just off the main family room area, this small sitting area serves double duty by way of a concealed pocket door wall that can close and create a guest room. The space features a fireplace, entertainment center, and two contemporary round chairs atop a stylish blue rug.
With a guest bedroom as comfortable as this, friends and family will never want to leave! A charcoal gray headboard creates a cool contrast with the white walls and complements the tile in the attached bathroom.
Large Tudor-style windows in this guest bedroom bounce natural light off the metallic bedding and bedside mirrors, making the otherwise dark gray palette light and bright. A large throw pillow echoes the home's Tudor charm.
Cool color and subtle geometry is at play in this sophisticated Colorado bedroom. A tufted velvet headboard gets a modern lift from its sleek wood frame, and a square accent pillow in the same fabric adds a touch of fun. A petite lamp blends with the wall and lets the bed steal all the attention.