“Even though homeowners invest quite a lot of money and time on living rooms, kitchen and bathrooms remodels, a guest room is one of the quite often forgotten areas in the house. If you think you’ll have some guests coming on the next week or perhaps in a couple of months, why don’t you plan now your guest room.“
A guest room is a wonderful add-on to have to your house because it gives a place for visitors or visiting loved ones. A guest room doesn’t need to be very large and a lot of people want to convert an office or a den into a spare room. When deciding on to decorate a guest room, you don’t need to spend a great deal of money, but simply enough to ensure that the room is comfortable.
When decorating a room, you should think about whether the room is going to be permanently a guest room or if you can convert the space into a guest room very easily. If you wish to space for an office, then you can take into account purchasing a futon, rather than a full bed, so that you can prop the futon up and give yourself more space in the room without the need to move large pieces of furniture around.
Here are some concerns to consider when furnishing and decorating your room:
* Clean Up the Room
* Consider Existing Furniture
Think about any furniture that you will find readily available that is going to go well into a guest room. Does your eldest child have to have a new bed? If so, would you consider migrating his or her older bed into the guest room? Do you have a futon residing unused in the den? Any extra furniture you have that you are not using could be used for a guest room. It can help to save money because you will not have to purchase any new furniture.
* Think of Neutral Decor
* Extra Storage Space
* Extra Linens
* Extra Amenities