You’ve seen our foyer, living room, dining room, and kitchen… and today we’re heading upstairs to our newly completed guest bedroom! I’m so excited to have this space ready to welcome family and friends. Up until a couple months ago it was basically a storage unit full of unpacked boxes and now I think it’s one of the happiest parts of our home!
The headboard, dresser, and bedside tables all came from our guest bedroom in Dallas but I had the bamboo dresser repainted — the green was fun while it lasted but I was ready for a more neutral update! (The Wood Den did a great job if you’re local!) We gave the full-sized mattress we used to have to my brother Grayson and updated to a queen so our guests would be more comfortable — I went with this mattress and am really impressed with the quality given the price.
Annie Selke was kind enough to send beautiful bedding and a rug for the space and I love the way it all came together! We have several of their rugs in our home and they are just the best quality. I love the color and subtle pattern on this one — it brightened up the entire room the second we put it down. And their bedding is incredibly luxe — we stayed at their hotel 33 Main in the Berkshires last year and I wanted to take the bed home with me. I’m actually going to be giving away a set of this Trio bedding on Instagram this Friday so stay tuned for that! (P.S. We have the matching Trio bath collection in one of our bathrooms on Nantucket!)
If you read yesterday’s post, you know that my brother Camden and I just launched an Etsy shop where we’re selling prints of our favorite Nantucket photos. I was so happy to find a home for three of them in our guest bedroom: this one over the dresser and this one and this one side by side on the opposite wall. They bring the perfect pop of color to this space and make me so happy every time I walk by.
This room has a few funky details that we had to work around. In the first photo, you can see there’s a closet door to the right of the bed as well as a lopsided radiator cover and exposed pipes… I wouldn’t call it ideal but I like to think the color distracts your eye from the architectural oddities. 🙂
We found the old cathedral windows at an antique store in Savannah last spring and I love that they add a little texture on either side of the bed. The lamps on the dresser were a Pottery Barn find — I love the shape of the base and ordered these pale blue shades to give them a little more personality. And you know I’m obsessed with the monogrammed boudoir pillow that I found on Etsy… Now I want one for every room!
I’ve linked everything I could below but please let me know if I missed anything! You can see all my past room reveals here. 🙂
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