One you have the functional aspect of things sorted it is time to move on to aesthetics and overall ambiance of the guest. Modern diverse and space-savvy here are to get you started in the right direction –
Before you settle on the final look for your small guest room consider the amount of traffic it will see and the number of guests you will need to host on a regular basis. This should narrow down decorating choices for you and making shopping for the tiny guest bedroom a whole lot easier.
Do not be afraid to combine a third color with gray and blue in the bedroom. This need not necessarily be white as both blue and gray can create a neutral and inviting setting which allows other bold hues to shine through.
From reading your favorite page-turner as you sink into your bed to cuddling with your dear one as you gently fall asleep Boxspring is perfect for it all!
Darker shades of gray can also be used in small bedrooms to create a dashing and more masculine space. Once you go down this route ensure that the rest of the room remains as uncluttered and neutral as possible with sparingly used blue accents.
As we already alluded to earlier Victorian bedrooms and breathtaking chandeliers go hand-in-hand. Even if your bedroom veers more towards modern aesthetics and has just a splattering of Victorian overtones consider replacing those bedside sconces or boring track lights with a beautiful chandelier.