A Warm Welcome for the Guests: Buildmyghar
Guest room is generally the room which is hidden under old boxes, extra bed sheets and winter clothes. However, remodeling it in a quaint, cozy guest room will add a welcoming vibe to your house - a quiet place that speaks for you and for the guests that will stay when they do. We have some great ideas which you can use to turn your extra bedroom in the guestroom you always wanted.
Whether is ultrachic, eccentric, rustic or minimalistic, having a theme in your mind will help you visualize your room in a clear way. Knowing what kind of theme you want will help you understand the kind of color scheme, furnishing and bedding. It is also imperative to pick a theme according to your budget.
A guest room may need to accommodate three people together and you have to be prepared for that. The right size and placement of the bed is essential. Consider adding a sofa or lounger that doubles up as bed in the night.
Right arrangement and distribution of lighting is important. Adding a tiny chandelier or some cozy floor lamps by the window really helps make the room look like a warm, welcoming place. Going along with the theme, wooden lamps or sleek LED lamps also give the room an edge and the right brightness ups the ante of the entire place.
Incorporating a vanity into the guest room would not only make it extremely useful, but will also give the room a very homely and affectionate appearance. It is way more comfortable than having everything dumped in a small drawer or by the bathroom window. Something that compliments your theme, like a contrasting colorful vanity would look great, or a sleek black or a metallic vanity could give a very bold and stylish look to the room.
If you are fortunate to have enough space in your room, including a lounging area to it would be a great addition. Adding comfortable chairs by the window with a small table will give the right comfortable vibe to the room. Even if there’s less space, adding a single lounge chair will also give the room a cozy atmosphere. You can add a basket of fruits or necessary toiletries on the table for your guests to make their stay yet more comfortable.
Devoting a little corner of the room, possibly a shelf, to a collection of general topic books or games, some old photographs are other elements that help your guests relax before going to bed would be a welcoming idea. Throw in some candles with the right aroma which will help your guests recharge for the next day. The room has to say what your style is, along with how much thought you put into making their stay comfortable. A little more effort always goes a long way.
Happy Home Building!!