They can become a part of your bedroom without the hassle of a small-scale renovation and can also be moved around with ease when you decide to redecorate at a later time.
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 –
The chandelier was a staple of sorts in almost every Victorian and classic bedroom. But changing times bedroom ambiance and styles have seen a shift away from the sparkle of the chandelier to the elegance of pendant lighting.
Many of these come with custom built-in storage units and shelves that bring additional functionality to the small guest room. If the Murphy bed does not tickle your fancy then a daybed with storage units or even a trundle bed with hidden drawers offers equally space-savvy alternatives.
You can get this done with a couple of sliding glass doors on tracks and some drapes. Once the doors are shut and the drapes go down you cave a guest room that is as good as any other! Spaces like the attic and basement also hold plenty of potential and are perfect areas to craft a stylish and inviting guest room.
Your guests will find a fun cheerful and playful guest room with a splash of color both inviting and rejuvenating. It takes them away from the more boring and mundane bedroom ambiance and will definitely bring in some holiday cheer.