Do you want to make your guests feel comfortable and at home while not going all in for custom furnishings? Do you want to make this easy and just click your mouse to order and get it all done without worry?
Then I've got just the plan for you. (Plus, I'm sharing a few sneak peeks of a project almost complete!)
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Project Sneak Peeks :-)
One of my clients recently moved into their home that we remodeled.
We worked on the kitchen, breakfast room, powder room, fireplace wall, and family room, as well as new paint throughout and a little bit of remodeling in the bathrooms upstairs.
Here were the before shots of a few of the spaces we worked on.
We've still got the master to go (design is done), but they are taking a temporary breather from the construction dust for now.
I put together a little design plan for their guest bedroom recently, to help them get all finished out upstairs. The paint and carpet were done in the remodel and a window shade from The Shade Store is on its way.
My client likes a coastal style look, we did this soft turquoise color scheme in their previous home years ago.
For this home, we went for a little more bold color, paired with white and gray, and I can't wait to share their kitchen, family room, and powder room when I can get them photographed.
Here is a little sneak peek of the construction and installation, in-progress.
I shared a bit about their kitchen too, in this post below.
(There's a sneak peek in there. :-)
We stayed with a coastal appeal in the guest bedroom because, well, everyone likes this look. It's restful, comfortable and pretty timeless.
Don't you agree?
Coastal Style Guest Bedroom
The paint color is always a winner, I've used it several times before, Sherwin Williams Rainwashed. Neutrals like sand and white look great with it.
Whenever clients are buying products online, I prefer not to have too much color in the products, as they can just not be well represented in a photo online and sometimes come in looking quite differently to how they were depicted.
Therefore, going for the color on the walls, where I know what that color looks like in person, is a more sure-fire recommendation for me.
Plus, it just works well here with a coastal style.
I've used the Pottery Barn bed before in another guest room design plan too, with and without the drawer underneath.
The nightstand has a weathered plantation shutter look and the lamp has a similar appeal. I like the small pattern in the white bedding and one accent pillow is all you need in there.
The artwork goes nicely here, I recommended the same pieces last year in a coastal style dining room, so I know they work.
Now is the time to start getting your guest room ready if you plan to have holiday guests. Use this plan to start yours today!
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And look out for the completed project's pics, hopefully coming out in the fall!