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5 Star Festive Makeovers for Guest Rooms Using On-Trend Honey Gold

Gold always provide a rich and opulent look, however its wise to tone down things down a little in guest rooms using On-trend Honey Gold. Although festive colours they will also look stunning all year round, making these neutral colours a cost effective way to decorate your guest room this Christmas.

Comfort is paramount when guests are staying, there’s nothing more annoying than to have folk grumble and moan that they were, too hot, too cold or couldn’t sleep because of the room wasn’t dark enough.

With these requirements high on your list of priorities it’s always a good idea to have soft and luxurious fleece throw to hand – your guests can then add it to their bedding is they feel chilly or fold it across the bottom of the bed if they have cold feet.

Luxury designer bedding sets are also worth investing in. These sets provide all the opulent bedding you need along with matching curtains to make any size of guest room look and feel like a 5 star hotel. Add a range of boudoir styled cushions to complete this stylish ensemble.

Tackle the problem of too much light by choosing full length honey gold curtains with a lining, preferably a blackout lining. Alternatively you can always have a blackout roller blind and curtain combination which will do away with any unwanted light and is also a great way to add another layer of insulation to your windows.

Keep accessories calm without them being bland and boring. A bedside table lamp or two is a must for any guest room. If you have an easy chair in the room use a co-ordinating throw so that it blends effortlessly into the colour scheme. Provide you guests with a clear surface on which to place their belongs without having to shuffle a clutter dresser top about.

Wardrobe space will be appreciated, along with at least one dresser draw for clothes; this will make guests feel welcome and save them the awkwardness of trying to live out of a suitcase.

You may want to add a little festive cheer into the room – but don’t go overboard or you’ll run the risk of spoiling the refined elegance of the room. A simple festive wreath hung on the outside of the bedroom door will be a pleasant touch and a reminder that Christmas is a time for peace – not grumbling!

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