Ideas for the guest bedrooms in the downstairs area of the new house.
I love the screens, the arwork, and the bedframes. This seems like a completely relaxing room.
I like the seafoam green wall color paired with the light wood. The captain's bed with storage underneath is also a good idea.
I like the wall color, paired with the purple and dark blue. Hives a nice beachy/coastal feel.
I love the framed botanical prints, and the way the colors blend well and contrast. The wall color is interesting.
The wall color of a lavender-gray paired with darker purple works well together.
I love the doors in this room, and the soft lighting. This looks like a very spa-like retreat room.
I like the accent wall color and the artwork, as well as the bedframe in this room.
Love the built in shelves framing the bed!
I like the calming color palette of white with light green/seafoam.
I love the linens in this room, and the light/neutral color scheme is very minimalistic and relaxing.
I love day beds and trundle beds. This one, with the linens and quilts, is wonderful.
I love the mix of cream, khaki, blue and aubergines in this room. The art on the walls is very interesting.
The seafoam spread with the blue and purple pillows works very well on the black padded frame.
Nice wall color and linens - works well together for a calming, serene room.
I like the roman shades and the symmetry of this room. I would do the walls something other than bright yellow.
I love the bed/bed frame and the placement of it, as well as the interesting wall shelf installation!
Although the greens in this are too deep and olive for my tastes, this gives good ideas of how to layer the paint colors with the black spread to ground the room.
Beautiful spring green walls, with complementary colors of shams and cream bedding.
I like the framed artwork bringing out the color of the one decorative sham in this otherwise very neutral room. I would use a color other than bright yellow, but this gives an idea of how this could work.
I like the muted grays and stone colors in this room, paired with the wood.
I love this pale green wall color mixed with the blacks/dark browns and creams.
This is so restful,w tih the dark chocolate walls, latte linens and cream spread.
Very white room, with subtle hints of taupe.
This room is very warm and inviting, with the shades of taupe and latte walls, linens and bedding. the cinnamon accent fabrics work well wtih this.
I like the light chocolate walls, with the cream and black.
The pale yellow-green walls work well with the crisp white linens and the deep colored woods in the room.
This color combination would work well with the downstairs hallway, add solid surface floor.
I like the vibrant blues and greens popping against the white walls and dark furniture. The artwork is also very interesting.
I like the tan/gray wall color with the bright blue artwork by the windows.
I like the seafoam walls against the wood floor and the cream trim. I also am intrigued by the bedspread.
I like the exotic feel of this room - the headboard and side table, the colorful walls and bedspread. The armoire is fantastic.
I love the stone colored walls with the white trim and bedding, and dark furniture. I love the weathered armoire to anchor that corner of the room.
I like the dresser plus the side chair in this room. Makes the guest room more comfortable and usable for guests!
This is a very pretty green color ont he walls, with the cream linens and ceiling, and the very nice wood floor.
I am intrigued by the headboard and art over the bed. The roman shades are nice, and the room has a very zen-like vibe to me.
I like the wood toned headboards paired witht he green walls. This gives a very interesting effect.
I love the framed sea art on the cool blue walls. The room feels very beachy without being kitschy.
I like the deep violet-gray accen wall, with the lighter accent pillows, white linens, and pop of red on the floor. Colorful without being too busy or fussy.
This would be the perfect spa/beach getaway vacation room. Simple, clean, a comfy chaise to read in, and a view to die for!
I like the grasscloth frame for the smaller framed art. This gives those pieces more importance and significance in the room. I also like the layering and colors of the bed pillows and linens.
I am a fan of this color scheme, and the rug really ties it together. The art above the bed is very interesting.
I like the concept of a "corner bed" wth padded headboards on 2 sides. It makes for a nice dual purpose room for reading as well as guests.
I really like the light khaki wall color paired with teh burgundy 1/2 wall at the head of the bed, and the warm wood tones on the floor and door frame. The shoji-screen effect on the door is nice, as well.
I am a fan of the built in's at the head of the bed, with the wall color showing through and working well with the mix of linen colors.
I like the shoji-screen look headboard and the oriental -feeling lamps, paired with the unexpected tartan blanket.
I like this lavender-aubergine wall color, paired with white, chocolate and light green. The accent pillows work very well here, too.
This room works well - light green walls, round dark framed mirror to balance the dark headboard, and cozy white/neutral linens.
Carpeting, upholstery and window and wall coverings all help absorb sound. The tray ceiling and wood trim here act like acoustic tiles, providing more nooks, crannies and surfaces for sound to wrap around.
I like the plum curtains and accent pillow, paired with creams and golds. A very rich look while still having simple, clean lines.