Modern MagicTransitional Bedroom, Philadelphia
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This bedroom illustrates two quilting styles at once. Formally, the bed cover is quilted in a diamond pattern, but since it follows the lines of the print, it’s also technically an example of the “outline quilting” pattern. Outline patterns can be used on loosely patterned textiles so that the contours of, say, a floral pattern will be followed by the quilting thread as closely as possible.
If you don’t want to commit fully to permanent seating at the foot of your bed, chairs might be the way to go. These petite examples can waltz flexibly between rooms to provide extra seating during a party, or can serve as a coat rack, bookshelf or coffee table, depending on your needs.
A pair of metallic chairs makes a charming (and surprising) cap to the foot of the bed, giving you a place to tie your shoe or toss your coat — and offers more flexibility than a single bench.
5. Go thrifting for metal chairs. Metal, or metal and wood, chairs can bring an industrial vibe to any room. These are great pieces to hunt for in thrift shops and at yard sales, because (unlike with upholstered pieces) you don’t need to worry about hidden mildew or bugs.Shop industrial chairs
8. Show them to their room and help carry bags. Bring your guests to their room and give a little tour of the space. Point out where the extra blankets and pillows are kept, which shelf or drawer they can use to put their things, and where extra toiletries are in case they have forgotten something.