Everyone wants to be thought of as a good host, and what better way is there to make a great impression than to put your guests up in a stylish and comfortable bedroom? If you’re looking for inspiration, then why not consider the following stylish guest bedrooms. One of these lovely room designs should suit your home and impress your guests.
1. The Classic Bedroom
A classic, simple bedroom with oak doors, a stylish pine bed, and classic cotton linen is sure to impress. Match the doors with oak skirting and a luxurious bedside table to create a guest room design that looks like it belongs in a manor house.
2. French Chic
For a brighter look, mix blue checks and toiles with delicate lace and distressed painted furniture.
3. A Hotel in Your Home
Copy the luxury hotel look in your home by installing an impressive upholstered headboard and combining it with a matching duvet and matching lampshades. Add a touch of style with burgundy cushions and natural oak skirting boards.
4. Bold Prints
Use the guest room as an opportunity to express yourself by making use of elaborate wallpaper, matching cushions, and elegant but bold black and white furniture.
If you love blue, but feel that the French look is a little too busy, combine white furniture, walls, and carpets with textured white linen, and add a splash of colour with blue curtains, a blue headboard, and other carefully selected accents.
6. Strong Navy
Mix clean white linen with bold navy wallpaper and dark coloured furniture for a stylish, modern bedroom that oozes sophistication. If the room feels a little too dark, add a large wall mirror to create the illusion of extra light and space.
7. Feminine Flora
The floral look suits small bedrooms well. Use cream or white as the primary colour, add subtle floral print curtains and bed linen, and accent it with a splash of pink. If you have some wicker furniture, use that to complete the look.
8. Embrace Nature
Light green shades work well when combined with greens and golds. Add leaf print fabrics and window dressings to increase the glamour factor.
9. Open Plan Glamour
If your guest bedroom is large enough, consider adding an open-plan ensuite area with a basin, toilet, and bath. Tile the walls and floor in that area, and break up the design of the room with deep pile carpets, opulent throws, and plenty of gold accents.
10. The Loft Bedroom
Turn your loft into a stylish living area with a fresh and homely appearance. Work with the shape of the loft, using oak doors to conceal built-in wardrobes, and painting the exposed beam work to add shape to the room.
When it comes to decorating the guest bedroom, don’t hesitate to get creative or try out new things. The guest room is one of the few rooms in your home that should be clutter free most of the time, so why not use the opportunity to go wild and showcase your decorating skills!