Neutral walls and a sisal-style nylon rug serve as a foundation for happy island-inspired decor.
The focal point of the room, a reproduction of the first print in Ottolander's Conchology Studies series, serves as the first clue to a subtle shell theme and stands in for a more elaborate headboard.
The bed is piled high with throw pillows in organic fabrics. A happy daisy print pulls the color scheme together.
A glass-topped bedside table, crafted by carpenter David Brown, is covered in linen. Tabletop appointments include a papier-mache cactus lamp, an aloe vera plant and framed prints.
Diminutive botanical prints by Henry Bradbury draw the eye.
Potted aloe vera echoes the shape of cactus lamps.
Framed photos of sandhill cranes were snapped in the backyard of HGTV Green Home 2009.
The picture window is dressed in a bamboo shade and lined linen curtains, and it looks out onto the side yard of HGTV Green Home 2009.
A basket of reading material awaits the weary traveler.
The guestroom bed, fashioned from reclaimed cypress wood by carpenter David Brown, is painted a bright shade of \"Gypsy red.\"
Interior designer Linda Woodrum couldn't pass up the delicate seashell frames. Grouped together, they make a bold yet not overpowering statement.
The bed is dressed from head to toe in cozy organic fabrics. Should evenings turn chilly, a basketweave textured throw in citrus green lies within easy reach.