Our Finished Guest Room

Wednesday, February 10, 2016

I'm finally getting around to sharing our guest bedroom!  What I love about this space, is even though it's in the basement, it's still flooded with lots of light!



We have an AWESOME group of friends. These guys show up whenever there is a project that needs to be done.  Here's our crew working hard sheet rocking the space.




These solid, oak doors match the style throughout our house.  I wanted to stain them so you could still see some of the grain. The stain makes them look so rich and makes the space feel so warm

  


 

The art I found from one of my favorite online shops, Naptime Diaries.  There are so many good pieces on their site, I could literally chose one for every room in my home

  


The wood box is a jewelry holder/light.  I love that it is so low, so it doesn't get in the way of the art.



The rich velvet panels are from West Elm.  The deep, saturated color adds the perfect pop of color next to the start armoire.  They are pretty heavy duty so they don't only look pretty, but they serve as black out drapes


The large armoire I almost donated because it was part of our original bedroom furniture that no longer fit in our space when we moved.  Thankfully, I didn't.  After a few coats of paint, it looks good as new, and functions by housing extra pillows and blankets for our guests



Here's one more look at the space.  We love being able to offer such a pretty, relaxing space to our guests!
                                 






4 comments:

  1. What a beautiful and bright space Stephanie! I can't believe it's in your basement - the lighting is so great. Love your gorgeous doors, and that piece of art!

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    1. Thanks Lisa! I love how bright it is down there too. I actually considered moving our bedroom down there! Ha!

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  2. beautiful! What size is that deuteronomy 6 print? and poster or print? I am heading over to buy one!

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  3. Wow! Really awesome crew working hard sheet rocking the space transformation. Thanks for sharing this great insightful post. I appreciate to see this type effort.
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