Even designers need to decorate their homes

Even designers need to decorate their home. Case and point, my guest room. I have reached my tolerance for my own interiors. Like most of you, I am facing a fixed budget and LOFTY design goals. Needless to say, by choosing an inspiration picture and shopping mass market stores for strong basics and interesting (affordable) accessories, I think I can pull this one off. Fingers crossed!
  1. Inspiration Picture: After decorating all day, it's nice for me to come home to calm (even spare) interiors. It gives my head a little "breathing room"
  2. A simple bed like this one from Ikea gets the mattress off the floor (Freeing up visual space in the room) and offers peaceful respite after a long day (http://www.ikea.com/us/en/catalog/products/S89861543)
  3. This is another bed option that is more true to the inspiration picture. A simple frame elevates the mattress, alleviates you from having to use a dust ruffle or bed skirt, and adds that 'designer touch'(http://www.westelm.com/products/narrow-leg-wood-bed-frame-f828/?pkey=cheadboards-bed-frames)
  4. A whimsical side table is a nice addition. With the other elements being so subdued, adding a strong punch of graphic detail is just what the Dr ordered. These, from Ikea, strike just the right note.
  5. This modern floor lamp fits perfectly over the end tables and will provide both form and function to the design. (http://www.westelm.com/products/loft-floor-lamp-w550/?pkey=cfloor-lamps)
  6. Wallcovering, such as this "Gray Panelling" style from Steves Wallpaper, add visual interest and a touch of whimsy to a room. If you only do one wall (Such as in the inspiration pic) it will be less of a hassle for renters when they decide to move. (http://www.stevesblindsandwallpaper.com/Wallpaper/ProductDetailPricing.aspx?pn=X937GPK&ctg=1799#)