Room Tour // Palo Verde Guest Bedroom

By Kylee Niederhauser

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The main goals for the design of this guest bedroom room were to keep the midcentury-mix feel of the rest of the house and to create a closet alternative for guests to use. I also wanted to recreate a DIY pillow headboard that I had seen on Pinterest.

Since I was going to make the headboard myself, we purchased a wood platform bed from Zinus and their Green Tea Memory Foam Mattress. Forever loyal customers, we also purchased our favorite sheets. Throw pillows and blankets are from Target and Home Goods.

The headboard was easy and quick to assemble. I used copper piping, curtain rod brackets, euro-sized pillow shams with inserts (from Ikea), and these leather wristbands.

For each side of the bed, we chose black metal nightstands. I loved the simple design and clean lines. We also found some fun, retro-looking table lamps at World Market (I love their mix-and-match lamps!).

Two must-have amenities at our properties are usb charging ports on each nightstand and a sound machine in each bedroom. It’s little details like this that can really elevate a guest’s experience at our homes!

Next up on the goals list was to create some sort of closet system for guests to use. We decided to mount a black closet rod in the corner of the room with hangers plus a luggage stand underneath. The desert artwork is from World Market.

One of my favorite things about Palo Verde is the built in niches in the bedrooms and living room. In this room, we filled them with a smart tv, throw blankets, faux-plants, and found items from a vintage market in San Diego.

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