Guest Bedroom Reveal

Hello! I’m back! Ha-ha! This is the first time posting 2 days in a row! I did not want to post the room reveal until I posted about the DIY headboard. Go here to read about the headboard.

Let me tell you a little bit about the room. This room is the second bedroom in our home and it’s a small room. The size is about 9 x 8 1/2 feet, not counting the little entry. It’s big enough to put a full size bed and a small side table by the bed. I can tell you this room definitely gets used by our loved ones. My sister-in-law and brother in-law were the first ones to stay in this room after the remodel and they enjoyed their stay very much! Our next improvement for this room is to install a ceiling fan and finish the headboard with some wood post. I will be sure to post a picture when I do. This room also accommodates our stereo system for the dining room/kitchen and outdoor porch. I am very excited to show you the reveal! 

The room looks so wonderful! After Thanksgiving I couldn’t wait to decorate the room for the season. I’ve kept it simple which is the way I prefer! Enjoy the reveal! 

Guest Bedroom

The entry has a little table for guest to put their belongings. 

The wood trim around the window and doors makes a big difference. 

Closet Door
Entry Door
Underneath table accommodates our stereo system. 
The blanket a Wal-Mart find. Only $12.00. 
This shelf was also a trash find.
I’ve had this wreath for years, made by my mother.
Tiny round shelf found at a antique shop. Fits perfectly in this corner.
Small collection of pictures on the wall are found at antique shops. 
Evergreen mini tree a Wal-Mart find. Under $5.00.

The cost for this DIY remodel (supplies and materials) was under $50.00. 

I used left over paint from the master remodel. Wall color is Valspar, Silver Tradition and wood trim Valspar, Du Jour.

To read all about the first steps we did to prepare for the room remodel go here.

Before Remodel
After Remodel

I hope you enjoyed your visit! Till next time be blessed!


6 thoughts on “Guest Bedroom Reveal

  1. I love the wreath made by your Mom & the wonderful Seasonal touches that look like a million bucks! You certainly have a great eye for pulling items together to create a great space.
    I noticed that your makeover included the removal of the strips that cover the gaps between sheets of gyproc and has been filled in, Can you tell me the process you used to do that?
    Merry Christmas! 🙂


    • Hello Coranne, Thank you for your compliments! I always look forward to putting up my mothers handmade wreath every year! I went ahead and added the link to my post on the room reveal, explaining the steps we did to cover the gap. We are happy with the results, but you can still see where the gap previously was, were okay with it. Merry Christmas to you too! 😉


  2. I enjoyed your last three posts on the makeover of your guest room. The process you used on the removal of the vinyl strips worked! Makes it so much easier to decorate. Repurposing the bench back was so smart! I love finding items that can be reused as something totally different. The finished room with your finishing touches is lovely. You and Dale are a very creative team!


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