We have a cute little guest room in our basement. The boys have nicknamed it “Grandma’s Room” because that’s where she stays when she comes to visit.
It also doubles as the junk room where we dump my treasure hunting finds that I can’t pass on but also don’t have any place for.
It was high time to give grandma’s room a little more thought and attention with a room re-fresh.
You may recognize much of the bedding from our Arizona house guest room. Over the years it’s become tired and mis-matched.
Not too much changed in this room except the bed, bedding and a few accessories.
I love the vintage steel dresser but the room is so small that it felt bulky.
Instead, we brought in an upholstered ottoman from our family room which works perfect for overnight guest’s suitcases.
The art is vintage collected pieces over the years.
I found the bed at DownEast which re-sells slightly damaged items at a discount from stores such as West Elm, Pottery Barn, Restoration Hardware and Anthropologie.
The shams and duvet are from Crane and Canopy’s Hayes Nova collection. I love patterned sheets but for this room I wanted to keep it simple, quiet and gender neutral.
Since this bedroom is in the basement the room can get cold.
The duvet is soft and warm…I know…when the Mr. is sawing some logs during allergy season I sneak down for a restful (and quiet) sanctuary. (Love you sweetheart).
Our guest room is now ready for visitors.
Bedding: Hayes Collection by Crane and Canopy
Bed: West Elm via DownEast
Black and white pillow: Target
Gray Blanket: Fairbault
Rug: Joss and Main
Wool striped blanket: West Elm
Ottoman: Joss and Main
Yellow MidCentury Sconce: Etsy
Photos by Emily Loveland
*I received bedding from Crane and Canopy to use in my own home without any obligation to blog about. This post contains affiliate links.*