Happy Monday! December is in full swing and many of you are getting ready to host holiday guests in a few weeks. In my Guest Prep Series, I shared how a few fun textiles, a rug, or a statement piece is all it takes to transform the vibe of a room. The bedrooms of my Estillo Project have a clean foundation with a few pops that create a welcoming retreat. It is a fresh look that you can recreate affordably in your own home in time to welcome guests. Take a look at the kid and guest rooms below, and then check out this post to see the master bedroom for more inspiration in this modern coastal home.
Photography: Ryan Garvin
Kids rooms, like guest rooms, should be beautiful but easy to maintain. In this space we created interest by layering fun task lamps (a Target steal!), a colorful print (similar here), and interesting throw pillows.
A modern mix of woods makes the space more dynamic. We paired a rustic wood bed with black side tables. Black ties the nightstands together, but choosing two different styles creates an effortless casual vibe, perfect for a kid room.
A favorite way to add art and color in kids spaces is to display picture books on a picture ledge. It’s affordable, fun for kids, and brings a perfect wall of color into the space.
This guest room keeps things focused with coastal blues. A distressed rug (on SALE) grounds the space with pattern and texture. A campaign dresser in lacquered blue works as nightstand while adding a bit of storage. A pair of striped X-benches at the foot of the bed add a touch of nautical and extra seating in the small space.
No matter your existing furniture, updating your space with new textiles, art, or splurging on one new piece of furniture can overhaul a room. Click below on any item to shop the look. To see more of my Estillo Project, check out the kitchen, dining room, family room, powder room, and master bedroom.
Good luck with all your holiday prep!
Kid’s Room / 1 / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 / 6 / 7 / 8 /
Guest Room / 1 / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 / 6 / 7 /