Thank you Carpet One Floor and Home® for sponsoring this post. I’m so excited about this “reveal” today! The Gable guest room is the smallest guest room at StoneGable with a big gable window and a vaulted ceiling. It feels cozy and I like to say that it is a little jewel box of a room! The room certainly needed updating to fit in with the rest of my neutral home. Everything in this room was changed out! From the paint color to the rug to the furniture to the bedding! Everything except the mattress which was rather new. So, let’s t-o-u-r! ($500.00 HOMEGOOD’S GIFT CARD GIVEAWAY is at the end of this post)
Today is episode #27 of Decorating Tips And Tricks and our topic is a real favorite of mine… PILLOWS!!! Yes, we are discussing pillows!!!
You can listen below…
Now let’s tour the Gable guest room…
Do you remember how the Gable room looked? Here’s the BEFORE…
You can see more of the room’s BEFORE and how I planned to makeover this guest bedroom HERE.
And here’s how the Gable room looks now…AFTER
A big, big change! And a very different feel. I wanted this bedroom to be very light and relaxed and very unfussy, updated and neutral!
Here are a few images of the mood board I created for the makeover…
This room was lightened up with a couple coats of soft white paint and a beautiful bound broadloom carpet that covers most of the hardwood floor. I want my overnight guest to have a soft surface for their feet!
I ordered the carpet and had the edges serged. I love the way it turned out. The carpet covers the center of the room and because it was custom made I chose the size I wanted!
This beautiful carpet is from …
We decided on on a Relax it’s… Lee’s ® carpet called WHITE WISP in a gorgeous white tone! Our guest will love this pretty soft carpeting and I’m going to love its easy care and stain resistance!
You can see all the other reasons I chose Relax it’s… Lee’s® carpet in the Plans and Progress post HERE.
In a guest room it’s very important to keep furniture at a minimum to give our guests room to move around and spread out! Because this is the smallest guest room st StoneGable I tried to create a feeling of a larger, lighter and open space. White walls and a light rug went a long way in creating this look.
Making a cozy guest bed is another must-have in our guest rooms.
I want my guest to sleep on a mattress just as good as the one we sleep on! It’s an investment but so worth it for our guests.
The bedding is neutral and layered. I want this bed to say “welcome” in an unfussy, realaxed way!
Because the bed tucks perfectly into a small indent in the room there is no room for nightstands. I opted for these pretty, streamlined sconces that have a small round platform for a phone and maybe a pair of glasses. There is a USB port built into the round base of the sconce to make charging a phone easy.
The sign above the bed perfectly says how we feel about having guests staying with us!
I think I love this room because of the big window and the way the sun brightens up the room.
The smocked burlap curtains filters the morning light, unlike the curtains that were hung before.
The drop leaf table that had been in this room was relocated to the guest suite. In its place I put a small bookshelf.
A small white dresser with a reclaimed wood top is waiting for guest’s clothes.
The mirror like the dresser top is reclaimed wood too!
I like to have an empty dish or bowl for my guest to throw their pocket change or jewelry in.
This is the chair that I ordered for the guest room but it won’t be here until May. I think it will add a sassy, lively element to the room and be very comfortable too!
So, in the meantime I’m using this one…
I hope you like the Gable room’s makeover inspired by Relax it’s… Lee’s ® carpet.
Now, here’s YOUR chance to win a…
$500.00 HOMEGOOD’S GIFT CARD
I’m happy to be a part of the LOVE IT WITH LEES ROOM MAKEOVER CONTEST. One blogger will win a $500.00 HomeGood’s Gift Certificate and YOU CAN WIN ONE TOO!
Just vote for your favorite makeover (I’d love you to vote for mine) and you will be entered to win!
You can vote HERE. You can vote for me (or others) once a day until April 7th.
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Carpet One Floor and Home® sponsored this post but the opinions are mine.