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.
    (http://www.ikea.com/us/en/catalog/products/40134106)
  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#)