HGTV Dream Home 2010: Guest Bedroom Pictures
Mirrored sconces create a focal point when displayed in their own framed squares, painted in a shade of mocha. A braided rope chair topped with a butternut squash yellow pillow provides a quiet resting spot.
Shams and throw pillows in bright vibrant colors and patterns give pencil-post beds a modern makeover.
A hint of New England in the Southwest, 19th-century reproduction glass sconces add a hint of sparkle and provide a fun play on silver.
Each Shaker-style, pencil-post twin bed is dressed in a smocked coverlet and a cozy windowpane-style throw blanket. A scarf, draped over the end of the bed, adds a feminine touch.
A cube-shaped ottoman offers a place to sit or rest a drink.
The guest bedroom is designed to accommodate visitors and easily doubles as a girl's room.
A punched aluminum mirror, reminiscent of items easily sourced at street fairs in Albuquerque and Santa Fe, adds a touch of local flavor. Fantasy sketches by a local artist lend a fun, playful element.
A silver-framed mirror doubles as a decorative tray and reflects light throughout the room.
Custom blinds regulate sunlight, which drenches the guest room during midday.
A distressed country-style dresser provides storage as well and serves as a nightstand to display adjustable buffet lamps and decorative accessories.
More than looking good, a contemporary-style ceiling fan cools the guest bedroom on warm Sandia Park days.