Introducing my entire office and guest room. It took me a few months to remove everything in the entire room. This room is located on our main level and off our living room. The rest of our bedrooms are on the upper level and I love the idea of our guests having their own space. The entire family loves how welcoming, beautiful and inviting the space now feels!
The process: repainted the entire room, replaced all the furniture except the antique cabinet, added drapes, rug and accessories.
The overall feel of the room is calm, cozy and welcoming.
The room was painted a cream to blend with the putty of the sleeper sofa and the gold cabinet.
With the Thai gold cabinet feeling so rich, I picked up an earthy yet modern coffee table for contrast.
We already owned this sofa and to modernize the room I added a white simple parsons desk, sleep lamps and printed pillows.
Since this room must function as a guest space, I provided simple storage solutions behind the door. To the right, a wall mounted TV will be added.
I thought about what I needed when I unpacked and felt like having a place to hang, fold and store items was essential. I also added slippers and a robe to be more inviting.
In the bay window I added functional and aesthetically pleasing accessories. A family collection of rocks added color, texture and interest. An orchard is always classy and calming. I added a simple clock and mirror is close by.
TOTAL COST BREAKDOWN: Desk <homeclick>$199, Lamps <target>$80, Seat <crate&Barrel>$15, Lambskin <homegoods>$19, decorative Box <homegoods> $15, Framed Art <antique store>$300, Sofa <macy’s> $800, Drapes <homegoods>$80, rods <Target> $75 Rug <JOss&main>$200, Pillows & Throw <target> $125, Coffee table <weekender house>$250, storage <target>$70, Accessories <pier1&TJMAXX> $65