Welcome visiting friends and family this Christmas by making sure your guest bedroom is both beautifully decorated and comfortable. Plumped bedding and plenty of storage will give that hotel-like feel, while home comforts including a few good books and fresh flowers will help guests to feel at home.
Above, create a smart and stylish look by using a cohesive colour scheme throughout the room. Here, the blue of the gingham headboards is matched by the throws and cushions, while the crisp white bed linen gives a fresh feel.A delicate floral wallpaper and a chintz fabric for the bedcover bring English folly style to this bedroom, while the headboard adds an air of grandeur to the scheme. Heavily plumped and stacked cushions adds a hotel-like feel to the room and a rustic bench placed at the end of the bed provides a convenient place for guests to rest suitcases and other belongings.If you are short on space, a bed tucked under the eaves in a loft or study space will create a snug retreat for guests. A built-in drawer underneath is ideal for storing luggage as well as the extra bed linen and blankets needed.Floral wallpaper, antique paintings and dark wooden furniture create a timeless guest bedroom. Fresh flowers, a few good books and delicate lamps complete the welcoming feel.A Louis XV-style caned bed is the focal point for this traditional yet fresh guest bedroom. Florals and subtle stripes in chalky green, stone and dusky pink create a soft, feminine look, while layers of decorative quilts provide a country feel. Accessorise in soft, complementary colours to create a truly welcoming room for guests.To create a room that the kids will love, include extra-special finishing touches like these hand-painted folksy motifs and knitted stockings, which can be opened on Christmas morning. The reclaimed wooden beds create a Scandi-look that is complimented by white washed walls and neutral bed linen.Tweet