The wait is up! Welcome to the newest addition to our little lodge- our new & improved guest room. We set out to create a cozy little space that allows our guests to sit back, relax and get comfortable. So with no further ado, let’s take a look around…
Of course, we had to keep our love for all things nautical, preppy, and vintage alive in the home of our sweet little guests. Did you expect any different?
This fabulous chair was under $100 from Kirkland’s! With a few accessories and some layering of pillows and blankets, I love how this space instantly became a cozy area for our guests to kick-off their shoes and r.e.l.a.x. The only thing missing… beach along the horizon.
The $2 thrift store lantern is the perfect pop of red & one of my favorite parts of this room.
Instead of hanging the mirror, I decided to prop it against the wall to create a less “formal” look. I scored that gem for $18 at my favorite HomeGoods!
Each little accessory is a treasure that adds character to the space while reflecting some of Matt and my favorite things. We love the quirky, personal touches of places we love to stay, so why not bring this idea home for our visitors?
And one of my all time favorite DIY projects in the room- our new pallet sign! Using this tutorial, I created a personalized sign that welcomes our guests into “the Lodge at Longview”. Did I mention the whole sign was less than $5? Best.deal.ever.
And who doesn’t want a little snack in their guest room?
Fresh flowers don’t hurt either 😉
According to the boss, there’s officially vacancy at the Lodge and this pretty little guest room is waiting for its first reservation. Any takers?
Speaking of guests, if this is your first time on the DIY Playbook… welcome! We are so happy you stopped by. Come take a tour of the whole place here or follow us on Facebook for our latest updates and Rookie DIY shenanigans. Xo, the Rookies.
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