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So if you followed my first post in this little feature segment, you will know that often times I hear the, “I have this great [insert piece of furniture], but I [don’t like the rest of the room, don’t have anything else, can’t afford anything else, etc.]” So this feature is designed to create a showcase of affordable accessories and complementary pieces for a room/furniture example. See last week’s post here.

For this week, I know many people that have a mattress for a guest bedroom. Maybe you even have an old bedroom set that you have been hanging on to because it is decent furniture, but you hate it. On the other hand, perhaps you have recently upgraded your own mattress and now have this spare that you need to get all gussied up before your mom comes to stay again. Either way, guest bedrooms all need some specific things that you can add without spending a whole lot and have a very welcoming space.

I have created this showcase with a great neutral white bed frame from Ikea with a matching nightstand. I paired it with a great vanity set from Home Decorators Outlet. I finished off the set with a clearance light from Target and a relaxing blue comforter from Overstock.com. I would paint this room with a either a light warm beige or a cool soothing grey. (But I would wait to get the comforter so I could match the color just right!) All in all, this guest room set up would run you just under $500.  Happy Shopping! 

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Jen @ tatertotsandjello.com said... @ October 31, 2009 at 1:02 AM

Pretty bedroom! I love IKEA!


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