Guest Room Remodeling Guidelines

Guest Room Remodeling Guidelines
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    Small spaces offer the greatest challenges when it comes to decorations and bedrooms in general.

    Undersized bedrooms will make places seem cluttered and very unappealing if they are not handled right.


It is easy to create a small bedroom that happens to be an illusion of a much larger space if you handle it right. The results will be a room that looks bigger on the inside, but possessing a style for many years ahead:

The walls

Light colors will make the rooms appear larger than the measurements may dictate, so choose a light shade for a small bedroom or your guest room. A creamy or butter yellow, as well as dove white will give your space a really spacious look. Paint the ceiling with the lightest shade you can find and this will create a pretty cohesive look. Light ceilings will also give an illusion of height to the room as well as other solutions that make your place look bigger. Finish the paint with a layer of gloss white window moldings and your space will look more expansive than it already is.


You can select flooring that is of a darker shade than the walls and will build on monochromatic design. Using monochromatic designs will help make for a calming and elegant as a color scheme. This type of approach can also help make your rooms appear larger as well, but you can add some carpet flooring that is not too visually distracting. The final goal is to have a room with as few visual distractions as you can but also to make your place look more interesting through the sheer combination of colors. This would be something you need to do before moving house if you plan on doing that any time. If wood floors are something you are going for, then you should combine them with a rug that has good texture, such as shag and with a pattern that helps lighten up the area as well.

The importance of proper lighting

Light fixtures are really important for smaller bedrooms and guest rooms as well. The use of appropriate lighting will be one way you can make your room seem larger after moving house. Moving will give you a chance to make use of new lighting. In modern decors you will need to opt for a ceiling of recessed. You should avoid using heavy draperies that block natural light, so you should choose ones that work with pull down shades or similar solutions. You can complete the room before moving in with a trey of candles on a side table or something else that adds to the glow of the bedroom décor.

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Using mirrors

Mirrors will often give the illusion of additional space, which will make them necessary for a small room. Hang a mirror by the wall or behind your bed to add some more attention to the focal points and to make the room appear larger. You can also use a dresser or some end tables that have mirrors on their tops, fronts and sides to reflect ambient light and to create a more stylish décor as well.



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