Every home needs a good entryway- a fantastic welcoming spot as soon as you walk through the front door. It needs to be a well-rounded spot. Not only does it need to be personalized to you (as a place to drop off keys, mails or to kick off your shoes, whatever it is you do at the front door), it needs to make your guests feel welcomed. It needs to give them hints as to who you are and of what the rest of the house will be like.
Who doesn’t love a bright and cheerful bedroom? I would think it would be more motivating to wake up to and get out of bed. But I can’t imagine anything more cozier than a dark bedroom when going to bed at night or in the colder weather. I’m constantly back and forth on which way I would like to go when we get a house, so I decided to do a little round up to see if it sways me one way or the other.
Having some chairs in a circle surrounding a coffee table is a refreshing way to mix up seating arrangements. Typically there’s a couch or two involved in seating arrangement. I find it somehow more intimate and inviting to have conversations in this set up.
I don’t know about you, but this makes me want to gather around and gossip!
Powder rooms are full of surprises these days. They’re the perfect space in your home to put up that daring wallpaper that you couldn’t bring yourself to plaster on in your living room. I think it continues to surprise all of us that these tiny rooms can handle more than a punch of personality. But it really shouldn’t. It’s not like we’re in there all day, so that little punch of boldness is all that we need to remind ourselves that we have our own little punch of boldness. We rarely have just one type of personality or one type of style. The living room and the kitchen is where we display our main personality, and we leave little rooms like the powder room and the laundry room to displaying our spontaneous sides.
I want my future guest bedrooms to be a fun room. I want it to be bold but still have a bit of the hotel vibe to it. I want my guests to feel like they are on vacation, not staying in just another bedroom. Guest bedrooms are not lived in on a daily basis. I think that gives us a little more liberty to have fun decorating the room.