How To Get A Swanky Guest Room In Your Home

| May 25, 2019 | Comments (0)

When it comes to decorating your guest room you want to make it as comfortable for your guests as possible. You want to include all of the essentials, but you also want to add in those extra touches that say, “welcome, and enjoy your stay.” There are a number of ways to do this, and you can even create a very chic and inviting guest room on even the tightest budget.

 

Give Your Guest a Good Night’s Rest

One of the main things that you will want to do to make sure that the bed is comfortable since your guest will be grateful for the good night’s sleep. You do not have to spend a fortune, but you should invest in a high-thread-count sheet set and a nice, plush comforter. Don’t forget to add plenty of big, plush pillows as well.

 

Pick a paint color that compliments the furniture and the doors and windows.  Abbey Aluminium Doors and Windows can be counted to be one of the those who have a wide range of options. You can keep it pretty neutral and then paint one wall a bold color. This way, you won’t be overdoing it, but you can still have some fun. Or, you can use wallpaper to add a touch of interest to your guest room.

 

Choose Windows and Doors That Compliment Your Style

When it comes to choosing doors and windows there are a number of different options to choose from. If you are limited on space you can choose stacker doors or sliding doors since they don’t have to swing outwards. You can also choose from hinged doors or bi-fold doors. Awning windows really open up a small space and they add a nice element of design. These are just a few of the different choices that you can pick from.

 

It’s in the Details

You can find plenty of inspiration in magazines and from decorating shows. You should include a bedside table even if your guest room is small because your guest will need somewhere to place their items such as a pair of glasses or other personal items. You could include a decanter of water and a good read as well to make their stay more inviting. The little details tell your guest that you are thinking of them and want their stay to be enjoyable.

 

Add a Focal Point

You should add a few pictures as well to add a touch of interest to the room. Many hotels will have large murals of faraway places, and you could include fun pictures of your family, or you could use your guest room to show off that paint-by-number picture that you made years ago.

 

Don’t Forget the Essentials

Include a few good reads on a bookshelf and be sure to add a few toiletry items such as hand cream and lip balm. You should include some of the classics and maybe a few current magazines to read. You could place these kinds of items in a little catch-all tray or bowl by their bed. You could even include a fuzzy pair of slippers and a robe for them to borrow while they stay.

 

You can always decorate your guest room any way that you wish, but you should try to keep things within a certain theme. Go with either warm or cool colors, and if you have a certain color scheme, you could go with different hues of the same color. For example, if you have chosen to go with blue, you could have light blue walls and a dark blue bedspread.

 

Article submitted by Helen Cartwright
Founder & Blogger
helencartwright.com

Category: Construction, Demographics, Home Decor for Staging and Living, Housing Market, Interior Design, Staging for Living

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