Thanksgiving is the busiest travel holiday of the year. If you went away this weekend, where did you stay? What made your stay more comfortable? In a hotel room, I appreciate a luggage rack
|Porta Baggage Rack as shown on afteradornment.blogspot.com|
and a tray with carafe and water glasses.
However, when I am looking at lodging on-line, the decor is what makes or breaks my guest booking.
Marcus and Anna have made the guest room in their stone cottage so inviting. They converted a plain, awkwardly-arranged room into a room you'd want to book. When the house was on the market, stagers set a serving tray on the bed to welcome visitors. Unfortunately, plain walls and awkwardly placed furniture were not all that inviting.
The solution to the dilemma is a tall headboard. By covering the tiny door, Anna was able to place her guest bed properly on the far wall.
Across the room, a tall bookcase counter-balances the bed and stores some night-time reading.
|The painting which set the room's color scheme is by Goxwa.|
The stone cottage guest room checks almost all of the boxes for a room I'd book. How about you?