Client Project Guest Bedroom

I recently finished a guest bedroom for one of my local clients.  She wanted to keep the cost down and shop local retail stores- including Target and HomeGoods.  


There is a bookshelf that spans the entire wall that we decided to keep for visual interest.

To soften the lines of the bookshelf we brought in an upholstered bed and from there the room came to life.  There is still plenty of space to be filled with books & collected treasures.  It was pouring rain the day I took these photos so unfortunately they are not the best.

I found these weathered wood nesting tables at HomeGoods and they are perfect for nightstands.

Because we had limited space to work with I choose a small wicker stool in lieu of a bench.

Some fun pillows from HomeGoods and a silk quilt from Target are the perfect touch with the upholstered bed.

I also wanted to show you her dining room and how its coming along. We are waiting on a pair of lamps from Pottery Barn and a few accessories and can call this room done!  I had a few emails asking me about the wall color in here- its Restoration Hardware Stone- one of my “go-to” greiges.  


10 thoughts on “Client Project Guest Bedroom”

  1. where did the mossy topiarys on the table come from?

  2. It looks so much better! That dining room is going to be fab!

  3. Nice job, Amanda — love the nesting tables. 🙂
    xo Heidi

  4. Holly says:

    The guest room looks so nice Amanda and I’m so glad the shelves were kept. The headboard that was chosen looks perfect there and really defines the bed since the shelves could have overwhelmed the room. I’d say your client is probably very happy!

  5. No Name says:

    Where did you get the slipcovers on the dining chairs? Love those.
    Great job!

  6. Sita says:

    Those shelves could have been a huge challenge, but you totally made them work! It all looks great!

  7. Those dining chairs are beautiful!

  8. Love what you’re doing with this space Amanda. I would never know that you went to Target and Homegoods. It’s a much higher end look. Great job!

  9. Looks great!! Love those nesting tables…and that boxwood!

  10. Goes to show that good design does not have to cost a fortune! Very nice Amanda!

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