Happy Monday! Today I'm excited to share with you my most recently completed client project-- a simple and relaxing guest bedroom for a Bay Area, California family. Do you remember Caty's family room I showed you a few months ago?! This is their guest bedroom, and I just love how it turned out.
Here's a before picture of the bedroom:
It was a muted shade of yellow and Caty already had the bedding. She needed help picking a new wall color, gathering new pieces such as a mirror, dresser, new pillows, nightstand, lighting, and finally, pulling the room together with accessories. Here is how it turned out:
Photos: Michaela Noelle Designs
DETAILS | Pillows- Shams, Accent Pillow / Nightstand / Lamp / Floor Length Mirror / Dresser / Tray / Lanterns / Chandelier / Headboard / Ring Dish
That chandelier is perfect for the room, I think. It's the perfect jewelry and sparkle for the space. The green in the euro shams matched the green in the existing bedding Caty already had to a T. It couldn't have been planned any better! The simple headboard with the nailhead trim is casual, yet put together, aiding the room in the relaxing feel we wanted the guest room to encompass. Guests always need a mirror to get ready in, and bonus points for a floor length mirror, so we delivered with this gorgeous tiled floor length mirror, doubling as a surface to help reflect light and make the room feel even brighter. To top it off, Caty hung three photos from her and her husband's travels above the bed, which I adored. Accessories and beautiful art finished off the space that they are now excited to host guests in. In the coming months, Caty is planning to get shutters or shades for the window, which will be a great added touch.
I love nothing more than happy clients (and photos of their finished rooms!) :) If you need help with your next design venture, I am serving West Michigan with in-home design services, and beyond with my e-design services. I'd love to chat about how we can design your home!
What's your favorite part about this guest room? Enjoy your day!