Budget Friendly Guest Room Makeover

Do you have guests arriving for the holidays? It doesn't have to cost an arm and a leg to get a room put together that can be welcoming and relaxing. With a few key pieces along with carefully curated accessories you can create a space for your guests to feel welcome and relaxed!

Our guest room was a sad dark room that a few years ago received a fresh coat of warm white paint. We are renting so no major renovations can be done but paint works wonders! After our daughter moved out to university we needed to update this space without spending a fortune. The guest room is full of thrifted finds. The dresser, circa 90's pine, was a thrifty find for $40. After receiving a coat of green paint and new hardware it looks spectacular.

The side table was a $20 auction find with a glossy 70's finish that got a lick of warm white paint and some legs. I added a gold wire basket from Lowe's Canada's Bohemian Luxe collection to corral reading materials. The baskets come as a set of three with a canvas lining. I removed the lining and have used the baskets to store books throughout the house. Check out my Instagram to see where.  I love how it adds a layer of luxury in the guest room.

We added our old queen bed frame and mattress, dressed it up with high thread count sheets and added a few throw pillows I whipped up.

Our writing desk area looks beautiful with the addition of the battery operated Ergo Nils gold clock from Lowe's Canada's Bohemian Luxe collection. It is quiet and makes no noise so our guests will not be disturbed by ticking.

Can't wait until our guests arrive!

Visit your local Lowe's to find these and other stunning home decor items to beautify your home!

*This post was sponsored by Lowe's Canada, all opinions are my own*

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