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Blue and White in the Guest Room

Do you have a favorite color combination? For me it's always been blue and white. I love how fresh and inviting it looks, and I recently made a few changes in my guest room to incorporate more blue and white.

This sweet guest room, that got a fresh makeover last Spring, is one of  my favorite rooms in our home.

A guest bedroom mini makeover with blue and white for a fresh take on a farmhouse bedroom. Come find all the details at diy beautify!


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Secretly, I kind of wish it was my bedroom!

A guest bedroom mini makeover with blue and white for a fresh take on a farmhouse bedroom. Come find all the details at diy beautify!

Every time I enter, it's quiet, the sun shines in through the window and it's a comfortable place to rest.

I swapped out a few things that were there, and brought in some of my favorite blue and white items. Like the floral plates hanging above the bed, some thrifted and others found at HomeGoods, Marshalls and TJ Maxx.

A guest bedroom mini makeover with blue and white for a fresh take on a farmhouse bedroom. Come find all the details at diy beautify!

I also used a blue and white dish on the nightstand, to corral loose items.

A guest bedroom mini makeover with blue and white for a fresh take on a farmhouse bedroom. Come find all the details at diy beautify!

The linens are all blue and white, including a vintage chenille bedspread, pretty blue and white toile sheets and an IKEA duvet.

Doesn't it make you want to dive right in and take a little nap?

A guest bedroom mini makeover with blue and white for a fresh take on a farmhouse bedroom. Come find all the details at diy beautify!

I hung a new wreath on the old window, and this grapevine heart has blue berries and a blue and white check bow, perfect for freshening up the room.

A guest bedroom mini makeover with blue and white for a fresh take on a farmhouse bedroom. Come find all the details at diy beautify!

It beckons you, doesn't it? To curl up with a book or magazine, and just rest awhile. All dreams guaranteed to be sweet! xx

A guest bedroom mini makeover with blue and white for a fresh take on a farmhouse bedroom. Come find all the details at diy beautify!

Or, settle in by the sunny window with a fresh cup of coffee...or tea.

A guest bedroom mini makeover with blue and white for a fresh take on a farmhouse bedroom. Come find all the details at diy beautify!

I couldn't resist bringing in a little tea tray...in blue and white. These are pieces I've found at various thrift stores over the years. I collect white ironstone and blue and white transferware, and it all works beautifully together even though some is reproduction, some is antique. You can see how I used all my mismatched blue and white plates together to set a lovely dining table here.

A guest bedroom mini makeover with blue and white for a fresh take on a farmhouse bedroom. Come find all the details at diy beautify!

I keep a couple sets of white ruffled-edge towels in the driftwood painted nightstand and pull them out when I'm expecting guests.

That way my kids don't have a change to ruin them!

A guest bedroom mini makeover with blue and white for a fresh take on a farmhouse bedroom. Come find all the details at diy beautify!

A bar of fresh-milled soap made from goat's milk looks inviting in a small transferware bowl.

Are you ready to come stay for awhile?

Curious to see what the room looked like before? Check out this post.

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9 comments:

  1. A very nice bedroom indeed Cindy! Perfect for a relaxing nap. You added just the right touches to make it feel cozy and homey!

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    1. Aw, thank you Mary! I appreciate your sweet words!

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  2. Hi Cindy,
    Your room is beautiful. Blue and white color combinations are one of my favorites too. Next week I'm going to be sharing some decor using those colors.

    I'm a co-hostess for Thursday Favorite Things Blog Hop. We would love to have you join us with your beautiful blog posts. The link party goes live each Wednesday evening at 7 p.m MST.

    Hope to see you there,
    Olivia
    Reinvented Collection

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  3. I'm in love! I really like the calming neutral colors - very restful and relaxing for a bedroom.

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    1. Thanks Bonnie, it is a very peaceful room!

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  4. What a soft and calming room Cindy! Your guests won't want to leave. And blue and white is my favorite color combination too. Featured you at Be Inspired this morning. Thanks so much for sharing!

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  5. Such a beautiful guest bedroom! If I where your guest I would never want to leave! LOL :-)

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    1. Haha, thanks Sam! That's 'sort of' the point...glad you could see yourself in this space!

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