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Thursday, September 22, 2011

Guest Bedroom

After driving for seven hours from Orlando, we arrived in Alabama and stayed one night to our friends house. They showed us the guest room and here are the pictures inside the room.I was really amazed to see the big windows without any window treatments. Whatever you do inside, you would think that anyone who peep from the outside can see you, right? Well, I tried to see the exterior of the house and from there, I can never see anyhing inside. It is totally black. It would be different though at night when there is a light on.I find the guest room so cozy and unique. This guest room has big windows and as I lay down to take a nap, I am seeing the trees and the backyard. No one will be seen there wandering though because the whole area was fenced in. It was very safe.
Here is the bed and beside that beautiful cabinet is the hallway to the bathroom. It is open and yes, the big window goes all the way to the bathroom. When you sit and do something in the bathroom, the view of the trees and the farm animals outside is what you will gonna enjoy.
If you hate the light, this is not the room for you. But, I love the natural light so, this guest room works for me. See the windows at the top? If it is a full moon, you can see it the whole time at night. I like the room and the hard wood floors. Some of the accessories in the room are vintage but, eclectic at the same time. I sleep good.

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