Will you be having house guests over the holidays? With our lovely Ruby Kilim bed linens and curtains, creating a beautiful guest room is easy, and so much fun. Bold colors and a touch of the exotic east will leave your guests feeling loved and pampered. Your only worry then will be – will they ever leave? 😉
Drawing inspiration from Turkish rugs, the gorgeous colors are just perfect for the holidays, and will carry their cozy warmth right into spring. Layer your bed with pillows and shams from the collection, or coordinating Ruby Kilim linens for a look that says: global, exotic and lively.
Guest Room Essentials for Ruby Kilim
While the Ruby Kilim main print is bold and graphic, the complementary print is a softer, equally stunning take on that boldness.
A water pitcher is a must in every guest room, and what better way to evoke a bit of Turkish exoticism than with this copper pitcher?
A Kilim Noir euro sham is a great way to introduce more boldness, without using too much of the same print. It will introduce black and gold elements for a truly rich feel.
All the pungent freshness of the winter forest, wrapped up in a glowing, warm candle. What a nice touch!
A perfect place for your guests to stash away personal items – jewelry, watches, keys etc – these glass and gold boxes are true objects of beauty.
The ultimate in pampering – thick, thirsty organic cotton bathrobes will envelop your guests with warmth, and show them how much you care.
The season is all about cozy, comfortable and colorful, and this one fulfills all those requirements. Just so you know, it’s on my wishlist…..
Add a spa-like quality to your guest bath with organic, muted towels. A perfect foil for the bold, richly patterned Ruby Kilim shower curtain.
And then, the final touch. Why not provide a bit of of the unique, rich history of the pattern that’s inspired this guest room? Filled with gorgeous pictures, this book will be dreamy “just before bed” reading for your guests.
Guest Room Suggestion of the day
Create an environment that promotes a great night’s sleep. Start with high-thread-count, 100 percent cotton sheets then add a thick duvet and pile on lots of fluffy pillows.via HGTV