Seagrass bedroom furniture naturally fits with cork flooring and handsome walnut side tables. Nautical navy and white bedding complete a classic coastal look.
Vintage rattan furniture gives a cozy, “Old Florida” feeling in this twin guest room. The headboards were painted lime green along with a thrift-store dresser for a coordinated look with the botanical bedding.
Murphy beds can allow a small room to multi-task.
Designer fabrics in neutral tones of beige and gray were chosen for bedding and draperies to give the calming effect of the nearby sandy beach.
Nothing says Florida like a guest room with a water view, plus the allure of sand and water colors.
This guest room for a big family has relaxing sea green walls, simple espresso wood headboards and a natural jute area rug over the tile floor.
The homeowner’s surf board finds a perfect landing spot in the guest bedroom. Guests can sense the nearby ocean in this blue and green tropical retreat. Designer fabric was outline- quilted for the custom bedding.
The client’s beach-themed art collection influenced the design for this efficient casual style bedroom. Simple white cotton bedding, pure white glass bedside lamps and white oak flooring allow the art to make its impact. The vintage rattan chair was refreshed with a bold tropical print and connects to the authenticity of this vacation villa. Space-saver cabinets replaced the typical bedroom closets.
A rattan “Cobra” chair is a classic piece for this coastal bedroom that leads to the Florida room. The glass doors allow a view to the garden. Privacy shades are white woven wood.
This inviting traditional style guest bedroom feels soft and relaxing with taupe and mauve bedding. Keeping an uncluttered look is best for a guest room.
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