6 guest bedroom makeovers
Guest bedrooms are the least used part of any home. Usually relegated to the very back and most private zone of a residence, guest bedrooms are considered to be an extension of the privatization. However, once in use, it can accrue a certain disposition that might define the aura of your hospitality to the user or guest. Therefore, a guest bedroom always needs to be in the best shape in order to exemplify the best possible image of the owners onto the guests. Suburban housing schemes relegate the of spare bedrooms to a niche, and so do apartments. Today we will be looking at a few guest bedrooms makeovers that might inspire you to redo your own.
- Glorify the crawl space
If you do not want to relegate some coveted space to a guest bedroom that might be used once in a blue moon, then work the interior to make it seem larger than it already is. Cut back the wardrobes, and invest in floor crawl spaces to store all the spares. This way, the room will look meticulous and ready to use once the guest arrives without giving away the space constraints and emphasizing on the awesome ambiance.
Aside from aesthetic, the guest bedroom needs to be comfortable, both in ambiance and design. One way to do that is to make the bed seem inviting and comfortable while making it the centerpiece of your interior.
- A la hotel
A guest bedroom can also emulate the hotel vibe if designed correctly. Below you will see just how it can be articulated – use of sleek, contemporary materials and avant-garde lighting fixtures.
A guest bedroom needs to displace all personal touches so the guest will not feel uncomfortable. It also needs a fresh vibe to chase away the beleaguered look. The interior below showcases the perfect aesthetic for an ideal guestroom – pink with accents of browns and golds.
Guest bedrooms are not typically very luxurious, but you can always imbue that particular vibe in the interior by selecting some select piece of furniture or décor in the space. In the image below, you will see a carefully un-commonplace bed headboard, which gives the small space of the guest bedroom some pretty iconic vibe; something the guest would never forget.
If your usual guest is one of the corporate variety, then your guest room needs to be up to par with that need. A usual guestroom is small and has the basic necessities – you can change that by allocating more space and adding some strategically placed nooks and furniture a la study space, wardrobe and a stylish but comfortable bed. In the image below you will see just how expertly this idea can be applied given enough space and freedom of design.