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How to use window treatments to create a simple and elegant look for your guest room

You open up your guest room to friends and family, so make sure that it's as comfortable as a five star hotel room.

You open up your guest room to friends and family, so make sure that it's as comfortable as a five star hotel room.

When decorating the guest room, you want to design a space that makes your visitors feel like royalty, but at the same time isn't so stuffy they wouldn't feel at home. It's all about making a room that is comfortable since your guest is already staying under a different roof and may not feel completely at ease taking a load off in your house. However, you also want to display your good taste in home design and take an approach that shows how, as a host, you want the guest's space to be aesthetically pleasing.

By choosing velvet blackout drapes in the guest room, you are hitting all of the checkpoints necessary to making your guest feel at home and even a little spoiled. The heavy fabric exudes a feeling of elegance that elevates this kind of drape from being just a regular shade. Velvet has a warmth to it that will make sure the room is cozy and comfortable as well.

The privacy afforded by a blackout curtain is also a key element you want to bring to a guest room. Because they are not in their own homes, visitors will want a little space to themselves, as well as the opportunity to block the outside world for a little while and take some time to get settled.

You can choose a blackout drape that complements any color scheme you choose. A solid drape will anchor the room's design and make the space less hectic or cluttered than a busy pattern. Simple elegance will go a long way in making your visitors enjoy their time staying in your home and look forward to the next opportunity to take advantage of your hospitality.