I was setting up for a house guest this week and realized I’ve shown you our little home office/guest bedroom, but I’ve never actually shown you what it looks like when it’s used as a bedroom! Honestly part of the reason is that I hadn’t found any bedding I really liked until now.
When Cstudio Home asked if I wanted to try some of their bedding the timing couldn’t have been more perfect. I fell in love with their Ticking Marks Organic Percale Duvet Cover Set for its mid-century vibe and ocre yellow color! I thought it would look really great against the pink of our sofa and the greyish blue tone in our carpet.
I didn’t want to add more color, but I did want to add more pattern and texture so I went with the Randall Shams in the same hue! The pattern and texture of the fabric also feels very vintage and luxe which I absolutely love.
There’s nothing I love more than crisp white sheets and the Organic Percale Sheet Set is exactly that! Don’t you just want to dive right into this bed? I doooo!!
I wanted this bed to not only look good, but also feel good. I used 2 sets of pillows in two different firmness levels – medium and firm – so my guests could choose which feels more comfortable to them. For the duvet I wanted something light enough for desert summer nights but warm enough for winter as well. I also needed it to be easy to store away when not in use. I chose the Cstudio Home Responsible Down Standard Comforter and its exactly what I hoped for.
The whole set up feels like a nice hotel suite which is always my goal when I set up for guests. Hey, I might just sleep in here myself tonight!
This post was sponsored by Cstudio Home.
5 thoughts on “How I Turn Our Home Office into a Guest Bedroom (with Cstudio Home Bedding!)”
Love the linens!! And what a great idea to put a beautiful sofa bed in there to make the office a guestroom easily. We have an inflatable in there! Where is that couch from and is the mattress that it came with comfortable?
Interesting Piece of work. Thanks!
Sane question as Jenny: where can I get the couch?