On the second floor of Dream Home 2004, the guest bedroom has long views of the marsh and warm, radiant coastal light. It is serene and beautiful, with colors that tie in to the marsh and sky. The dramatic wainscoting continues here, along with continuity in wall color from the sitting room, expanding the space into a guest suite rather than two separate, distinct areas.
\"I loved using the camel color on the wall, so rich and deep,\" says interior designer Linda Woodrum. \"It plays so well against the sky and the views of the marsh. And then the blue and white is so clean and crisp, and I think the room has such a nice sense of belonging to the house, but having its own identity. This is perfect for a guest suite.\"
Two highlights of this room are the corner windows and bathroom. The dual windows in the far corner of the room provide guests with their own special view of the marsh — one that rivals many views available in this gorgeous home.
And, of course, a Dream Home would be less so if guests were forced to walk down the hall to use the restroom, so a private bath is included. The guest bath is a special treat with its unique shower. The tile looks like whitewashed antique brick, adding to the Victorian comforts that guests are expecting, and because it is tucked underneath the tower staircase, the soaring tiles give the space a homey, old-fashioned touch that warms the heart.