"Client Guest Bedroom Before and After Reveal"

Today I'm excited to be revealing a value engineered client guest bedroom (and later bath) project that I recently completed.  This project is, yet again, proof positive that it doesn't always take a lot of money to make a BIG impact. 

 
 
If you recall, we began with this plan for a Neo-Traditional guest bedroom, and here's where we ended up....



One of the easiest ways to update a dated space is to freshen things up with a more modern paint color.  Some wall colors just naturally scream an era gone by, but with a new color palate, you can often keep existing furnishings and simply add in updated accent pieces and fabrics for a totally new look.  Such was the case with this project.  Check out the before and afters and see for yourself.


BEFORE

AFTER


BEFORE

AFTER


BEFORE


AFTER

photo by Me
 
I actually love the challenge of updating a space on a very limited budget.  The impact you can make if you spend wisely sometimes  actually surprises even me.  We wanted to create a tranquil retreat for the client's overnight guests and I think we achieved just that.  The major elements were 1.) Paint.  In this case...

Valspar Frappe


2.) Seating.  I firmly believe that every bedrooms needs a place for you to plop down. 
3.) Bedside storage. We achieved this with the addition of two nightstands.
4.) Updated bedding. A simple duvet with custom throw pillows and Euro shams finish things off beautifully.

Simple changes that resulted in a HUGE impact. I'm so pleased with the results.  Here are a few additional shots of the space. 

 
 
 
 
 I'll hope to reveal the adjoining bath later in the week.  I'm actually on vacation this week, and I desperately need to unplug, but we'll see how that goes.  Have a great week!!


Special thanks to Camilo Richards of Cam Richards Photography for his great work.  
 

7 Comments - Click here to join the conversation!:

Anonymous said... Reply To This Comment

phenomenal job!! enjoy your vacay!

Crystal (theweekendhomemaker.com) said... Reply To This Comment

This looks great, Cheryl! The bedside tables, bedding and paint make a huge difference. And i love the chair.

whitley hamlin said... Reply To This Comment

Nice work friend! So proud of you :))) The tray vignette... so sweet and lovely!
Whitley

DecRenew Interiors said... Reply To This Comment

I want to be the guest!

Jen Gilday said... Reply To This Comment

Looks great, Cheryl!! Nice work!
Jen
athomeinthenorthwestblog.com

Cheryl Luckett said... Reply To This Comment

Thanks everyone!!

Anonymous said... Reply To This Comment

Makes me want to take a nap right now.

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