I don't think I can explain how annoying these curtains were. Like a weird purple-pink color with little rhinestones pasted on in random floral designs. Not to mention, Eric and I have had a bad habit of just throwing our leftover comforters on the bed in that room and there was nothing on the walls, so it was just bad. Nothing went together and we usually left the door closed so we weren't looking at the space. Now, it looks like this. (And the door stays open.)
|The bed frame and vanity were already in the room, thanks to the church donating them to the house.|
|I painted this little pot to match the frames and added an old alarm clock for good measure.|
|Pinterest told me that having a wifi picture would be helpful for guests and I thought that was brilliant.|
But I don't know if our neighbors read my blog, so no close ups of the picture I made for our network & password.
|This chair and a desk were bought at a yard sale for $5 - the desk is in my room acting as an over sized nightstand and|
is holding my records and record player so the chair needed a home. Perfect little thing for holding towels.
|Found this set of frames at a thrift shop and was going to paint them all white, but really like how they turned out.|
|This page is actually from a book that Eric gave me as a joke for my birthday last year called, The Art of Entertaining. |
This was the only page in the book about guests and I thought it was cute to add to the room.
I've been planning to do a room makeover for awhile and since a friend of mine is coming up this weekend, I figured no better time than right now. And since my experience in other peoples guest rooms has not always been the most comfortable, I wanted our space to be different. I always feel like people put too much of themselves in a guest room. This isn't an addition to your personal bedroom, it's a room that anyone should be able to walk into and feel at home. I hope that's what this room is like to our guests.
So, who wants to come visit?