Guest Bedrooms

Whether you’re welcoming guests into your home, or you just need some extra space for the ultimate staycation, creating a cosy and inviting guest bedroom provides you with a versatile room that’ll quickly become a quiet space for your friends and family to retreat to.

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ELEVATE YOUR GUEST BEDROOM WITH SIMONDS

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The hallmark of any good entertainer’s paradise, is an enviable guest bedroom that will have your friends and family scrambling to extend their stay. Make a memorable impression on your guests, by creating a light-filled room with a subtle feature wall and cosy nooks. Keep scrolling, as we look at how you can take a relaxed and fun approach when designing a temporary home for your visiting loved ones.


As we spend more time than ever at home, the need for cleverly zoned spaces has become even more important. Separate living areas and dedicated spaces for guests give the whole family room to have the ultimate staycation at home.


Luckily, we have a range of home designs that showcase versatile guest bedroom options, with different ensuites and walk-in robes to match. So, whether you’re welcoming friends and family into your home for a month or a year - we’ve got you covered, and our New Home Specialists are here to explore all the options and help you maximise your floor plan to achieve your ideal living arrangements.


You'll be ready to accommodate family and friends or have your in-laws close by and you’ll never have to scramble for space.

Keep reading to see how we can create an inviting guest bedroom space in your new Simonds home.

How to create a

cosy and inviting guest bedroom in your new Simonds home

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Image: What mid-afternoon daydreams are made of. Explore the charming Soft Chalk Complex Peach from the Haymes Paint Artisan Collection in our Highlands 27, on display at the Woodlea Estate DV2, Aintree, VIC.

Nestled away as their own spacious retreat, having a guest bedroom means that you will always have cosy spots to unwind in. Gone are the days of a dust-gathering, squeaky trundle bed in a far-flung corner of the house. In our guest bedrooms, visitors are just a stone’s throw from the heart of the home, while still having their own privacy away from the master and other bedrooms.


Most importantly, with a guest bedroom, you want the space to feel like an extension of your home, rather than an afterthought. At Simonds, we want to help you create a guest bedroom space that you’ll be proud to show off to your friends and family, which is why we’ve provided our top tips for creating a chic and comfortable guest bedroom space.

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Image: Welcome breezy living with large windows and sheer curtains, as seen in in our Napier 53, on display at the Woodlea Estate DV2, Aintree, VIC.

To get started, don’t be afraid to incorporate subtle textures and dreamy hints of colour. While experimenting with bolder colours can be a bit of a mindfield, choosing to feature natural, soft shades of pink, blue or green, which almost appear as more neutral, is an easy way to liven up any space without straying too far away from your comfort zone.


We also love to create a more bespoke feel with the Haymes Paint Artisan Collection, as the range adds a textured look to walls and brings out tonal subtleties to accentuate the highlights and lowlights in a room. Don’t spend hours getting lost in different shades of white, our interior design qualified Gallery Consultants are here to help you!

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Image: Embrace the morning light with a mirror nook and skylight as seen in our Scarlett 29, on display at the Hamlyn Terrace Estate, Hamlyn Terrace, NSW.

Embracing light-filled spaces is key to creating a warm and inviting room for guests, and skylights are one of the most effective ways to do so. Did you know that Simonds can incorporate skylights into your new home? We love to take advantage of natural lighting and our design team always looks to how we can best maximise the sunlight in our home designs.


If your budget is a bit tighter, consider incorporating larger windows to create a similar effect. Easy design tricks, such as placing a large mirror opposite a window, help to reflect light and give the illusion of a larger space. Choosing the right window furnishings is also important to inject a relaxed-feel to your room, and we can’t go past Australian and family-owned Lovelight and their range of sheer curtains for a touch of softness and sophistication.

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Image: Our enchanting Empire 42 showcases the very best of moody, brushed textures. As seen on display at the Armstrong DV3 Estate, Mount Duneed, VIC.

To complete the room, cosy and considered spaces such as a small study or mirror nook are thoughtful touches that guests will really appreciate. They also provide an extremely useful, quiet space when working or studying from home, and allow you to keep work separate from the high-traffic living areas. We can easily add convenient LED lighting or bar spots to these cosy corners, and adding timber-look accents into a nook can also beautifully harmonise monochromatic neutral spaces. Many of our new home designs feature a nook or study space in the floor plan, as we know it’s a sought-after trend that’s here to stay.

Interested in designing a bedroom that will leave guests wishing it were their own? Talk to one of our New Home Specialists to see how you can create a dreamy guest bedroom in your new Simonds home.

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