Guest Bedroom Photos: HGTV Green Home 2009

In the HGTV Green Home 2009 guest bedroom, a bright red and green color scheme and subtle seashell theme create an island-style home-away-from-home for visiting friends and family.

  • 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.

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