Saturday, August 20, 2016

Guest Bedroom

Our guest bedroom is the medium sized bedroom among the three bedrooms we have in our house. Our master, of course, is the largest. And we decided the smallest room would be our nursery down the line. So, as you'll see, our guest bedroom was painted green by the previous owner. I wasn't particularly fond of the color, but also knew we could work around it, especially since none of us wanted to repaint. So here is the before:



So as you can see, they had put the twin bed in that room. As a guest room, I decided that a queen sized bed would be a better fit for people spending the night at our home. So we moved the twin bed to the basement, and brought in our queen bed from our apartment into the guest room. The only thing, it did not have a headboard. We actually got the bed base from Walmart. I really like the base because it folds up and is easy to move.

So I decided to go for a nice serene/earthy look in the guest room. Here was the inspiration (click images to bring to source):



I went with a tan/white/green color scheme. All of the bedding was donated from my mother and mother-in-law. The curtains were from Burlington Coat Factory and Ikea. The furniture was from the previous owners and included an old dresser/mirror, desk, and nightstand. I bought the lamp from Ross (excuse the wrapper). Here are the pics of the finished guest room:



What do you think? I plan on getting a headboard for the bed. Not sure if I should get a tufted look or a wood headboard. I see they sell really cheap tufted headboards (under $100) at Ross. I also saw a really cute one at Marshalls the other day. I will also be putting up the picture frames and other wall art soon. I will add completed looks onto this post. Everything's a working progress.

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Guest Bedroom

Our guest bedroom is the medium sized bedroom among the three bedrooms we have in our house. Our master, of course, is the largest. And we decided the smallest room would be our nursery down the line. So, as you'll see, our guest bedroom was painted green by the previous owner. I wasn't particularly fond of the color, but also knew we could work around it, especially since none of us wanted to repaint. So here is the before:



So as you can see, they had put the twin bed in that room. As a guest room, I decided that a queen sized bed would be a better fit for people spending the night at our home. So we moved the twin bed to the basement, and brought in our queen bed from our apartment into the guest room. The only thing, it did not have a headboard. We actually got the bed base from Walmart. I really like the base because it folds up and is easy to move.

So I decided to go for a nice serene/earthy look in the guest room. Here was the inspiration (click images to bring to source):



I went with a tan/white/green color scheme. All of the bedding was donated from my mother and mother-in-law. The curtains were from Burlington Coat Factory and Ikea. The furniture was from the previous owners and included an old dresser/mirror, desk, and nightstand. I bought the lamp from Ross (excuse the wrapper). Here are the pics of the finished guest room:



What do you think? I plan on getting a headboard for the bed. Not sure if I should get a tufted look or a wood headboard. I see they sell really cheap tufted headboards (under $100) at Ross. I also saw a really cute one at Marshalls the other day. I will also be putting up the picture frames and other wall art soon. I will add completed looks onto this post. Everything's a working progress.

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  1. Including paint color and carpet color of course. Write it all down and plan it all before you start buying.
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  2. Much thanks to you a cluster for offering this to every one of us you really acknowledge what you are discussing! Bookmarked. If you don't mind likewise look for guidance from my site =). We could have a hyperlink change contract between us! Ashi home inspectors

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