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How to design a guestroom your holiday visitors will adore

post by Suman Hasan

The holidays are coming!

 

And for many of us, Santa isn’t the only visitor that’s going to make an appearance.

 

Aunts, uncles, mothers, father, in-laws…

 

No matter who you’re hosting this holiday season, you’re going to want to impress them when they arrive.

 

An often overlooked, but incredibly important way to do that, is with your guest room!

 

After all, that’s going to be the home-base for your visitors, so why not make it awe-inspiring?

 

Well, I have good news.

 

In my latest appearance on Great Day Houston, I show you how to do just that.

 

It’s only 10-minutes long, but it packs a huge punch.

 

Because I give you the exact steps you can follow to create a wonderful holiday-themed guest room that you and your guests will love.

 

You’ll learn:

 

  • A super easy way to get started on their guest room (Never worry about “designer’s block” again!)

 

  • How Amitha Verma Chalk Finish Paint makes it easy to get a stunning look in your home

 

  • A gorgeous contrast scheme you’re sure to love – especially if you want something bolder than the paler color schemes of the past few years

 

  • A gorgeous fabric pattern and scheme that is super easy to work with. Plus, it works with any color-scheme!

 

  • The 3 simple things absolutely must have in order to complete your nightstand

 

As always, we share A TON of information in just a few minutes, so if you miss anything, so you might have to replay the video once or twice.

 

 

And don’t forget to leave a comment below. How are YOU going to use these tips to make your guest room better?

 

P.S. Don’t forget — we’re hosting our highly-anticipated Flawless Fall Decor Workshop on Friday, November 9th, at 11:30 AM. You don’t want to miss it. We’ll be revealing all of the hottest autumn trends, drinking wine, and having an amazing time. But there’s only 4 spots left so you have to sign up now. Click here to sign up now.


P.P.S. Curious about the colors I was using in this demonstration? On the nightstand I was using Chantilly White + Chambord Gray. And on the lamp we used Jardin Green.

 

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