Tuesday, June 18, 2019

a guest room makeover

This is a clients guest bedroom that I helped spruce up for her parents and in laws.

The home is beautiful and I got to work with great blue walls. {buxton blue by Ben Moore} 
The room also had beautiful drapes and chairs, as well as a bed, nightstands, and a dresser that stayed.

I brought in luxurious bedding, set up a coffee station in the bathroom, and added a giant leaning mirror {which I didn't get a picture of!} to one of the bare walls. 

Let's take a look at the before and afters and how I transformed it in one afternoon.

The first thing I did was strip the bed and add all white bedding. I went with the softest duvet cover and sheets, and then picked up a white quilt for the foot of the bed. I swapped out the standard size pillows for king pillows as well.

The lamps were also switched out to these which are a bit taller and have a classier feel to them.
A vase filled with pink peonies adds a bit of color, which is stacked on books in a tray.

The other nightstand has a marble trinket box an a crystal rock.

I added a great bench at the foot of the bed. I was really impressed with the price on this and how good the quality is. {it is on sale right now too!} 

Another blanket and book for curling up and reading on top.

The before bed was ok but not as inviting as the all white version I created. 
I added my new favorite pillow as well as an oversized light blue one with silver and white tassel's that I found here. 

The seating area before:

I was lucky to be able to work with these beautiful drapes and gorgeous chairs.

All I had to do here was add a bit of color with this pillow and this pillow in the chairs, some books, and a vase of flowers. 

Allegra Hicks book here and Kinfolk Home here.

The dresser before was left untouched.

We are going to add pictures of the homeowners kids to the frames and succulents to the oblong vase. All of these items were HomeGoods purchases.

I added a basket to the left of the dresser for dirty clothes, extra books or magazines, or blankets, etc. 

You can see how accessorizing a space can really bring it to life!
If you need help on any of your spaces, and are local to the Seattle Washington area, you can email me at
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Have a great day!


1 comment:

Marsha said...

Wow it looks great!!

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