Today I’m sharing the serene guest bedroom of interior designer Diane Karmen. I’ve previously shared her home exterior and her beautiful kitchen . I make a habit of stopping by Diane’s house and I always leave with a ton of inspiration. Diane’s guest bedroom is an example of her attention to even the smallest details and how those tiny things make a room shine.
In the guest bathroom she used a modern wall mounted vanity and black honed granite for the counter that she had left over from when they renovated their kitchen. They incorporated marble for the kitchen island and had pieces of granite so she reused them for the counter top and a small narrow ledge in the shower. Not only does a long cut out make sense for storing shampoo bottles, it looks beautiful too.
Above the bed, Diane has a handmade macramé wall hanging by Boundlesslove Studio.
I should have known Diane and I were meant to be friends when I realized we had chosen the exact same Emtek door knobs and white two-paneled doors. Of all the door hardware to choose from, we both narrowed it down to the modern round knob in matte black. I used them in our California house and even six years later I would use it again. It’s classic and timeless. Diane used a photo of this for her website contact page!
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