3 Tips And 27 Ideas To Decorate An Ultimate Guest Room
It sometimes can be hard to decorate a space for yourself, to take all the necessary features into consideration and to make important decisions about style, colors and comfort. Now imagine how hard it will be to design a room for another person! Decorating a guest room is much more tricky because you never know who will use this room but still there are some things you can take into consideration that will help you to make the space perfect.
First of all, choose your room style and colors – should I remind you that too bright bedrooms prevent falling asleep? Second, create several layers of light, so that your guest could read, watch TV and do whatever he or she likes. Third, create different temperature options and some entertainment. Want details? Here they are.
Create Several Layers Of Light
You may have different guests, and trying to please them all, you’ll need different types of light: chandeliers, pendant lamps, table lamps and LEDs. So your guest can sleep, watch TV, read in bed or do whatever else he wants creating a proper ambience and using lighting options you’ve provided. Lights make rooms cozier, so keep it in mind while choosing lamps.
this guest bedroom features a vintage chandelier and a wall sconce for reading in bed
A vintage-styled chandelier and traditional bedside lamps for a rustic bedroom
attach wall sconces on both sides of the bed because some people prefer sleeping with light on
a white glam chandelier and traditional lamps for the bedside
keep lamps and lights in the style of your bedroom, here it is a black chandelier with crystals hanging
a modern black chandelier and small black sconces for a stylish modern bedroom
an oversized chandelier and bedside lamps to make the room cozy
a cozy neutral bedroom with a large chandelier and bedside lamps that fit the look of the room
lights over the bed accentuate the space and make reading comfortable
Provide Different Temperature Options
Everybody prefers different temperature for sleeping and staying and it’s difficult to guess what your guest will like and if he or she will feel comfortable with the temperature you have. Make air conditioning, add a fireplace, maybe a fan if it’s often hot in your home, and consider some textiles. Choose sheets and blankets that create light, breathable layers. Then, keep a couple heavier covers on hand so guests can access them. This way your guests will be able to choose and decide themselves what they need – light sheets or comfy and warm blankets if it’s cold.
different blankets of natural fabrics will make sleeping comfortable
a comfy printed blanket and a neutral bed cover will make your guest feel comfy even if it's cold
striped pillows and several blankets with tassels for comfy sleeping
comfy bedding of natural fabrics and a knit blanket in case it's cold
a chunky knit blanket is ideal for cold nights, your guests will be grateful
a blue duvet and a pink faux fur cover will make sleeping comfortable and your guest won't get cold
a chunky knit blanket matches the pillows and with a duvet provides enough warmth for cold ights
comfortable bedding of natural fabrics and an additional crochet blanket
provide various blankets and duvets for your guest to choose what's comfier
offer lots of pillows, some people prefer sleeping in lots of them
Offer Some Entertainment
Don’t make your guest feel bored! Provide some entertainment – place a TV, place books and magazines that your guest could read in bed, and of course add wi-fi – people nowadays can’t live without their phones and tablets. Besides, many people like falling asleep with a TV on – create a comfy ambience for your guest.
a farmhouse guest bedroom with a TV opposite the bed
hang a TV on the wall to save some space and make watching it comfier
a small attic bedroom with a hanging TV and a bookshelf in the niche
a farmhouse glass sideboard with blankets and a TV on it
bookshelves under the ceiling won't take any floor space but will provide much reading
bookshelves with a ladder to access books and a bed that can be hidden in the shelf
make a guest bedroom in the library creating bookshelf walls with a murphy bed
a storage bench at the foot of the bed filled with books is a cool space-saving idea
hide books inside the bed if there's no space for them in the bedroom
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