Guest Bedroom Paint Colors and Other Tips

With the holidays just around the corner, now is the time to have your house painted! Our Woodstock painting company offers both interior and exterior painting, as well as a range of other home repair services to ensure that your home looks its best by the time holiday company arrives.

One important concern when preparing your home for the holidays is the guest bedroom. Read on to learn some tips for creating a welcoming bedroom that your guests will love.

Guest Bedroom Colors

Wall color

Choosing the paint colors for a guest room can be a challenge. It’s in your home and obviously you want it to reflect your style, but it should also be relaxing and welcoming to your guests, who may not have the same taste as you.

Cool colors are great for bedrooms, so consider pale shades of blue, green, or gray. These colors encourage rest, making them extremely popular bedroom paint color choices. Neutral colors are also good for guest bedrooms. White, cream, taupe, and tan are all neutral choices that can work well with any decor. Keep the wall color light to make the room seem more spacious.


Choose comfortable bedding that will make your guest feel right at home, and remember to include a variety of layers. In addition to good quality sheets, you should provide a duvet or comforter appropriate to the season and a throw or blanket for extra warmth. Providing a couple of options in pillow support/density will also help your guests be more comfortable and make the bed look extra-inviting.

Accessories and furniture

Think about what you appreciate when you’re away from home and provide those things for your guests. A luggage stand is always handy, as well as hooks on the wall or door to hang towels, jackets, etc. A cozy rug will warm up a cold wood floor, and a reading chair is a nice touch as well.

If you need to have your Woodstock house painted before the holidays arrive, give us a call! Davis Paint Company can help you give your home a fresh new look for a great price.


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