I recently had the chance to help one of my client’s with a fast-paced update of her office/guest room before her Thanksgiving guests arrived. Lisa (she’s the founder and president of MirrorMate—one of my fantastic sponsors!) uses her home office on a regular basis but also needed to incorporate a comfy spot for guests when she has lots of company.
Multi-functional spaces can be tricky—especially when they’re small. This gives you a general idea of the size of the room.
Since time was of the essence, we decided to keep the paint color and existing rug and fluff with some new window treatments, a casual daybed that could double as a sofa, two new bookcases and some new lighting.
Here’s the original mock-up I showed her of what the sleeping area would look like:
To be able to fit a twin-sized daybed in the space, we opted for wall sconces and a small accent table floating in front of the bed. Since rug had such a big design, I kept the other fabrics simple, with straight, geometric designs.
And, be ready for my notorious fuzzy phone pictures. Wouldn’t you know I brought my camera with no memory card?! Here’s how it turned out:
(Just a reminder—out of courtesy to my clients, I don’t share sources for their projects.)
Hope you enjoyed—fuzzy pictures and all!
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