A guest bedroom should be a place where guests feel welcomed & comfortable in your home. It is the perfect room to add selections of colors or styles you have an affinity for but may not have a space for in the rest of your home.  For my faux sho house guest bedroom, I added some funk & spunk that I might not necessarily highlight in other rooms.

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I know when I am a guest in a home,  sometimes I just need to go to the bedroom and get away for a few minutes. Whether it is to make a phone call,  check emails or whatever it is; I want to be comfortable. I love the modern feel of this  American Leather armchair; I think it would be a perfect resting spot. This chest from Currey and Company is the stand out piece in the room for me and what the rest of the room was inspired from. The waterfall edges in the wood are so unique and the streamlined hardware really sets off the piece.

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I like when rooms use different materials like this headboard which is wrapped leather rattan available through BHD. The headboard and night stand are perfect to add a sense of airiness.Picture2

I believe that accents are what give life to a room, and the accent pieces for this room are no different. This rug, available through BHD,  provides the spunky personality I wanted. I loved this marble print pillow from West Elm, and I think pairing it with two more rigidly patterned pillows that marry up the color scheme allows for both interest and restfulness.

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This lamp, available through BHD,  reminds me of a bee hive and how yummy honey is to eat! I find this chandelier, with its relaxed lines and Moroccan inspiration from Currey and Company an amazing piece that would be welcomed in any room of my own home!

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I love ART and I absolutely love monochromatic art. Both of the pieces of art in this room have to do with hats/headpieces. The lady in the blue hat is by Bernard Lamotis and is available through Natural Curiosities and really makes the chandelier pop. The plume forms in the crown artwork tie in great with the rug; it is by Fernando Boher and is also available through Natural Curiosities.

Picture4Thanks for visiting my guest bedroom and I hope you enjoyed it! Two more spaces to come!