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Make Room for Guests

After our main bedroom and bathroom suite reveal, Jonathan and JD were feeling a little left out, so we turned our attention to our guest rooms. Drew and Linda love to host friends and family whenever possible, so we knew they would go above and beyond to create the perfect environment for guests to relax and feel right at home.

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wdt_ID Room Product Type style Product Company company_link Product Code/Sku
1 First Guest Bedroom Hardwood Flooring Monarch Plank - Boulevard Collection (Jourdan) Monarch Plank - Boulevard Collection (Jourdan) Galleher 1516
2 First Guest Bedroom Paint - Walls Ammonite Ammonite Farrow & Ball No.274
3 First Guest Bedroom Paint - Ceilings Wevet Wevet Farrow & Ball No.273
4 First Guest Bedroom Paint - Trim Strong White Strong White Farrow & Ball No.2001
5 First Guest Bedroom Paint - Doors Off Black Off Black Farrow & Ball No.57
6 First Guest Bedroom Interior Doors Primed 1 Panel 2-Step Shaker Primed 1 Panel 2-Step Shaker Trimlite 8491
7 First Guest Bedroom Door Hardware Estate Knob w/Estate Rose (Vintage Brass) Estate Knob w/Estate Rose (Vintage Brass) Baldwin 5055.033
8 First Guest Bedroom Door Hinges Square Corner Hinge (Vintage Brass) Square Corner Hinge (Vintage Brass) Baldwin 1040.003
9 First Guest Bedroom Trim, Base & Case Various Various Anderson Moulding
10 First Guest Bedroom Closet Fixtures SpaceCreations (Dark Java) SpaceCreations (Dark Java) ClosetMaid

Before & After


Our goal in the main guest suite was to make it feel like a retreat: somewhere people would feel comfortable enough dropping their bags, kicking off their shoes and relaxing for a bit before gathering with the family. To do that, we wanted it to feel a little different from the rest of the house, so we used shiplap and beadboard to create a more modern design aesthetic than the rest of the house.


Space was at a premium in the main guest suite, so we had to get creative to maintain both privacy and style. These sliding barn doors provide both, giving our guests a beautifully designed space to rest after a long night of games and laughter.


For the other two guest bedrooms, we designed a shared bathroom that would help our guests feel energized and refreshed, and there’s no better color for that than green! We paired this lush subway tile with our metallics-on-black motif from throughout the house to create a fresh variation on our design theme.

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Art Director: Breeze Giannasio
Construction Lead: Paragon Kitchens & Construction

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