Guest Bedroom Pictures From HGTV Dream Home 2015
A blue and orange nautical-inspired guest bedroom includes both modern design and local accessories.
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December 15, 2014
Nautical Style in the Guest Bedroom
Polished yet fun, the guest bedroom displays a classic nautical theme with a modern twist. Blue and orange hues, as well as geometric shapes, are repeated in the wool rug and bedding, while vaulted bead board ceilings and floor-to-ceiling drapery expand the space for an open and airy feel.
Anchoring the guest bedroom design, a sculptural adornment above the bed is a statement piece that ties the room together. “We found that on the island," says interior designer Linda Woodrum. "It was an old piece that was signage for something and we just bought it impulsively."
En Suite Guest Bathroom
Tucked away in the corner is a full en suite bathroom, where continued use of bead board walls and soothing hues tie the two spaces together.
Comfy Sitting Area
Open the French doors and curl up with a good book in this comfortable reading nook. A white floor lamp provides additional reading light in the evenings.
Just beyond the French doors exists a private patio, a luxurious option for guests to enjoy their very own outdoor retreat.
A privacy fence comprised of shrubbery separates the patio from the pea gravel driveway.
Lush Lounge Chairs
Blue striped pillows add a pop of color to the neutral teak lounge chairs and weather woven tables.
French doors flood the guest bedroom with natural light and provide easy access to the outdoor patio.
Blue and Orange Hues
Bold orange accents complement the pale blue walls and navy-patterned bedding.
A white oak side table showcases a sleek desk clock, a contemporary tangerine table lamp and orange orchids to evoke a sophisticated but whimsical feel.
An anchor and old oars add a fun twist to this bold room, as well as a punch of island flair.
Driftwood Design Details
Mounted driftwood looks as though it just washed up on the shores of Martha’s Vineyard and straight into the guest bedroom, where it continues the nautical theme and provides a natural element of texture to the space.
A door from the second hallway leads into the guest bedroom where a nautical oasis awaits.
Packed With Storage
A spacious closet with built-in shelving provides additional storage space for a weekend wardrobe.
The guest bedroom “has the feeling of this island, where there is a lot of energy," says Linda. "There is the sense that you could relax and have this nice experience of being somewhere different, but still it is very pleasant.”