Ponder Point Rustic Bedroom, Orange County
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Traditional ticking’s design is a collection of stripes, most notably a wider stripe flanked by two pencil-thin stripes, as seen on these beds.
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Guest room checklist: Once you have your guest bed(s) chosen and the layout right, it’s time to stock up for visitors. Here are some things to make your guests’ stay a pleasant one:Fresh bedding, including a mattress topper or pad for comfortAn assortment of pillows, from soft to firmBedside lighting and an alarm clockA door that closes and latchesA place for luggageWindow coverings that provide privacyFresh towels and extra toiletriesA card with your home’s Wi-Fi password and a power strip for charging devicesA small table and chairA notepad and pensA carafe or bottle of waterA chocolate bar and some nuts for late-night snackingFun reading materialA map of the area and a list of your favorite placesMore:Genius Home Prep: A Guest Room in a BoxFind beds, bunks, bedding and more in the Houzz Shop
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She incorporated more metal with zinc nightstands and sconces next to the soft upholstered bed. Another locally made woven bowl and a carved bowl by a local craftsman warm things up with Sandpoint flavor. Fleming gathered pine cones from the surrounding woods and added them here and there.
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3. Ticking. This once strictly utilitarian, usually striped, linen has made its way off the mattress and onto the top of the bed. It lends a classic simple look to a bedroom.
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2. Forgo heavy layers. “A bed looks cozy with lots of layered pillows and a big fluffy duvet, but most of my clients are getting away from so much heavy layering, because it ends up on the floor,” Stoner says. Weighty down-filled duvets can make for cumbersome covers, and in lieu of the traditional bedspread, consider a washable quilt in a light fabric like cotton or linen. You’ll feel more comfortable and at ease tucked in a bed with a lighter bedding.
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3. Freeze your pillowcase. A cool pillow is a real luxury on a hot summer evening. Try this great hack to keep the bed cool at night: Wrap your pillowcase in plastic wrap and put it in the freezer before bedtime, then pop it back on just before you turn in for the night.Sounds a bit odd, but it’ll provide icy relief on a muggy evening, and the soothing effect should last long enough for you to drift off comfortably.