One of the rewards for a well decorated house is getting to show it off to friends and family. Whether or not you love to host, aspire to create the perfect guest bedroom that will guarantee a memorable stay for any would-be houseguest. Let the tips below be the inspiration you need to make your extra space just as cozy as your main bedroom.
1. Statement Pieces
A uniquely elaborate headboard or wall art can be just what your guest bedroom needs for that unique and stylish aesthetic. This sloping wooden headboard, for instance, is impressively bold, adding a special character to the room that will intrigue any quest.
2. Reading Nooks
A window seat is an excellent way to make your guest feel at home, especially if the window lets it enough natural light. In addition to being a private area for relaxation, a reading nook can give you an opportunity to induce coziness to an otherwise bland, cold guest room.
3. Dark minimalism
Do you want to make your guest room warm without adding furniture or making the bed fluffier? Go for a minimal, clutter-free design and bring in darker tones for a sense of intimacy.
Make your guests feel like they are staying in a part of your home, rather than just a guest room, by putting up some personal photos on the walls.
Fresh flowers on the bedside table or by the window can add color and life to a guest room. They can also communicate that you are excited to host your guest.
Books are an excellent way to make a room feel cozy. Take note and fill the bedside table with them, or better yet, repurpose the headboard into a conveniently accessible bookshelf.
7. Throw pillows
Throw pillows instantly create a cozy, welcoming space. Make the lone seat in your guest bedroom more inviting by covering it with pillows and a knit blanket for your guest.
A guest bedroom can be an effective way to let your guests into a personal interest or hobby you hold dear. Pick a theme you like, be it football, nautical or African Safari and stick with it throughout the space.
9. The holiday touch
An easy but effective way to keep a guest room fresh and inviting is to sprinkle some holiday décor. Holiday-themed pillows or blankets can easily be popped in for the season to get your guests in the festive mood.
10. Symmetric duos
If you are thinking about adding two beds to your guest room, symmetrical is the way to go. Maintain the flow of the room and reduce visual clutter by keeping everything in harmony.