If you have frequent guests a guest room is a must, but if it is a single you can only accommodate one guest. If you have enough space, prefer a bedroom with two single beds or even a shared guest room for several people. How can you design a shared guest room so that it is stylish and comfortable for everyone? First, find out how much space you have – is it enough for two or three beds? Guest rooms are usually not very large, often in the attic, and you may not have enough space for everything you want to place. When there isn’t enough space, a bunk bed or beds are a good solution to the problem. Here are some ideas for both options.
If you have enough space, just put two or three beds in your guest room. The beds can be double or single and their appearance – just like the rest of the home decor – depends only on your preference. Guest rooms usually continue the home decor. So if you have a contemporary style, keep going in the guest room and so on, and you can add some accessories or other decorations and artwork to make it more special. Design your guest room with different textiles, place some ottomans and cool curtains to make the room cozier.
Bunk beds are a solution for those of you who don’t have a lot of space – they’re not just great for kids’ rooms, they can also be used for adults. When space is very limited, opt for a bunk bed. If there is enough space, place several. A few things to keep in mind: It’s usually a bit dark around bunk beds, so you’ll need plenty of natural light or at least several layers of light. It is a good idea to install some lights just above each bed. You can also hang up some curtains to make each bed private. Second, think about how your guests will rise and create a careful and comfortable ladder. There should also be some storage space for guests’ belongings, so storage stools, window sills and the like might be a functional and smart idea.