25 Charming Guest Rooms
Invite inspiration into your home by taking a peek at some of our most beautiful guest rooms.
Be bold and brighten up a room with playful patterns and vivid colors. Stick to a corresponding palette to tie together the patterns.
Create a classic coastal haven with a nautical-themed bedroom that makes guests feel at home by the sea. A red, white, and blue color scheme and ocean-inspired accents, such as this sailboat portrait, hint at the theme without going overboard.
A bold gray-and-yellow combo makes a statement in this guest room. The bold contrast is softened with soft fabrics and textures like the velvet-covered headboard.
With casual yet comfortable decor, a simple bedroom will make your guests feel right at home. Mount swing-arm sconces inside bedposts to provide easy reading light, and use lighter wall colors such as aqua to soothe.
A light, airy guest room gets a dose of vintage charm with an antique iron bed and canary prints from a 1951 picture book hung on the wall. Traditional accents keep the space feeling cozy and classic.
A pale combination of soft yellows and grays gives a relaxed vibe here. A pair of twin beds covered in the same fabric as the curtains and armchair unify the room.
Try a vibrant hue, such as turquoise mixed with white, to create a playful space. Increase the beachy feel with accents such as these palm-shaped bed posters.
A bright orange headboard adds life to an otherwise neutral palette in this room. The wide faux bois stripe distressed to look like wood mirrors the outside environment for a one-of-a-kind touch.
A soft color scheme and carved wood headboards give this guest room a welcoming feel. Painted furniture and plush fabrics add to the relaxed ambiance.
Stark white paint and a Victorian-era portrait transform this small library into a unique guest retreat. A paneled wall serves as a headboard, while bookshelves line the sides of the bed.
Add sparkle to a bland room with a few key pieces, such as a sunburst mirror, gold detailing, and grass cloth walls.
Custom twin beds dressed with classic blues and browns and pint-size ocean paintings create a nautical haven for guests.
Use bright colors and ’70s-style accents like a retro bedside table and patterned wallpaper to add a mod feel to a guest room.
Guests will feel especially close to the sea with calming blues and ocean-inspired accessories, such as an oyster shell mirror.
Soft pastels and simple coastal accents have a way of making everyone feel comfortable and pampered. Decorative sea star pillows and coral decor play up the beach.
This simple platform bed welcomes guests with cozy organic linens. The natural feel is enhanced by a tree trunk bedside table, lots of natural light streaming through large windows, and a door that leads to the back patio.
A clean, white bedroom feels fresh for guests and allows the gorgeous sea view outside to take center stage.
Treat your guests to a stay in paradise. Bamboo-inspired furniture and tropical bedding create an atmosphere as fun and relaxing as a Hawaiian luau.
A simply decorated bedroom with a West Indies vibe is a perfect place for your guests to retreat after a long day. White walls with soothing blue accents keep it feeling light and breezy.
Try a fun, unexpected color in a guest room, such as bright pink. Coastal accents and island touches like grass cloth flooring will keep the room looking sophisticated but still lively.
Use rustic, cozy elements—wood-planked floors and plush quilts—to make guests feel welcome.
A stunning black-and-white scheme lends a contemporary feel to this guest room. A grid of simple mirrors is a great way to make big impact in the small space.
Traditional seaside style gets a modern update in this calming guest room. Sandy hues, geometric prints, and a Lucite side table add contemporary flair.
Twin built-in beds covered with brown linens and rustic coastal accessories create an inviting and space-saving atmosphere for guests.
Make your guest room feel like an exotic escape by adding flowy mosquito netting, fresh patterns, and comfy linens.