How much do you want to stay in this gorgeous guest room?
I also know that if you were lucky enough to stay here you would also get really well looked after too!
This guest room has a lovely vintage feel to it with touches of cream, greens and gold which all co-ordinate perfectly with matching accessories all adding a touch of glamour.
The ceiling light is 1930s and was found from a car boot and lovingly restored.
The Lloyd loom ottoman was mouldy and green also from a car boot but was brought back to life by being painted gold and recovered with a bold floral fabric with matching cushions finishing the look.
The green glass vase on the drawers is a family heirloom and suits this room really well and also holds wonderful memories.
The pictures and paintings on the wall in this relaxing room all have a vintage hue and co-ordinate beautifully with the colours used in here on the walls, furniture and furnishings.
Beautiful green velvet curtains were in an auction from a stately home and are beautifully made with a weighted base which pool wonderfully on the gorgeous wooden floorboards which were stripped and stained a rich brown.
All of the gorgeous furniture was pine from different times and places and was painted in Farrow and Ball satin slipper and then glass knobs were fitted on all of the finished pieces to tie them all in together in the room.
The original doors from 1947 are still in place throughout the house but the handles have been replaced.
I just love this bedroom, so beautiful and relaxing, I think I need to book a week here :)
Bee happy x