The guest room and home office is the first room when you make your way down the hallway. We kept the paint neutral (and the same as the rest of the main part of the house - Ozark Shadows) and filled this room with Eames' nursery dresser, and a $40 Craig's List bed. The desk was purchased from Jill at Simple Redesign, and the Eames chair was previously used in our kitchen. All the decor, besides the bedding, was used at our old house.
For now, this makes a great guest room. If we ever had more children, this would obviously become a kid's room - that is why we didn't commit to a color for the walls at this point. It's the bigger of the two hall bedrooms, and I enjoy working from here on my days in the office.
Our builder wasn't so sure about doing sliding doors on the closets, but that is what was here originally, and you know I wanted to stick to the original design if possible. They work well, and we had them stained to match the floors, which we love. We also love there is no trim around them, like the doors & windows.
We went with a flush mount light fixture, which works well in here.
Guest Room Resource List
- Bed | Craig's List find
- Dresser | Olivia via Walmart.com (part of Eames' nursery furniture)
- Desk | Simple Redesign
- Desk Chair | Vintage Eames shell chair, non-stacking base
- Linens | Trina Turk for Macy's
- Accent Pillow | Target
- Paint Color | Benjamin Moore's Ozark Shadows
- Light Fixture | Nimbus via Rejuvenation