For quite a while now I have pondered switching the guest bedroom with Andrew’s bedroom. It has always been awkward for guests to share a bathroom with John as it is a Jack and Jill. When we moved into this house we put Andrew in what would be the guest bedroom with the private bath, with hopes that would put an end to what we thought would be constant bickering and potential for practical jokes in the middle of the night. Since they have grown up into young men now that doesn’t seem to be a real problem anymore. The switch was made about 2 weeks ago and I’ve been styling both rooms and having a blast I might add! Here is a look back at the Coastal Inspired Guest Bedroom.
Here is the new look! The room feels a little less coastal now with the addition of a new lamp and prints, although the bedding and coastal prints have remained.
The drop leaf table was moved from the living room to serve as a bedside table.
This lamp might be my new fav purchase and honestly I hate having it in the guest room where I don’t see it every day, don’t you just love the carriage on it?! I found it on a trip over to Pine Mountain, Georgia at a place called the Old Chipley Market. Should you ever head that way you must stop, it doesn’t disappoint!
The curio cabinet has found it’s forever home here in the guest bath, it was a perfect fit. It has been in many spots all over the house. When Honey toured the finished room he remarked how much better it looked than the master. I told him with a little time/bigger budget I could bring the master up to speed…..I’m still waiting!