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The Guest room was needing an update but I also wanted to add back some of the character of the period the building was built, in the bathroom there was a small section of panelling, so I decided to reflect this in the bedroom, with a linear simple wainscot panel, with picture ledge support and LED lighting above. White satin and Not so sage green above lifts the room taller and allows the light to bounce around your feet.
The black iron fireplace is complemented with the black and chrome metal bed frame. The geometric bed throw, inspired one wall to hold a geometric design from floor to ceiling. I also played around with a dressing mirror in the window, but later decided the sunlight was much nicer to work in instead.
Pops of faux autumnal vase, allow the room to gather a depth and cosy feel, as the room is large these are placed in small focal areas as to enhance a feeling of warmth and create a calm and serene space that is perfect to focus on a project or take a rest from a long hard day.