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Using bespoke design to transform your spare bedroom

Spare bedroom design

How bespoke furniture can elevate the humble ‘spare room’

The spare bedroom or guest bedroom in a home is often relegated to the bottom of the pile when it comes to design – a functional space, rather than something designed to be truly beautiful. However, these under-utilised spaces can be transformed something that’s both highly functional and aesthetically pleasing with the help of bespoke furniture design, creating inviting spaces that cater to both you and your guests equally.

Maximising space in your home

Bespoke design is all about tailoring the room to suit individual requirements and preferences. It allows homeowners to maximise the potential of their spare rooms by customising every aspect of the design, from furniture to storage solutions. By doing so, these rooms can be transformed into multi-purpose spaces that seamlessly combine the functionality of a bedroom with other potential uses, such as a home office or a hobby room.

One of the key advantages of bespoke bedrooms is the ability to optimise storage space. Spare rooms are often used to store items that don't have a designated place in the house, from towels to Christmas decorations, resulting in cluttered and disorganised spaces.

Spare bedroom design

However, with bespoke design, built-in storage solutions can be seamlessly integrated into the room's layout. From custom wardrobes to hidden cabinets and shelving units, these tailored storage solutions provide ample space to keep belongings neatly organised, ensuring a clutter-free and relaxing environment for guests.

Furthermore, bespoke design allows for the inclusion of clever space-saving features. For instance, a spare bedroom can be equipped with a fold-down desk that transforms the space into a functional home office during the week. Similarly, a convertible sofa bed or a daybed could be incorporated into your design, offering a cosy seating area that can easily be converted into a bed for guests.

Spare bedroom design

A cosy haven for guests

But functionality isn’t the only important part of a guest room - the look and feel of bespoke bedrooms are equally important. Instead of making them a space to store no-longer-used furniture, why not think of the guest bedroom as a continuation of the style themes elsewhere in your home? With bespoke design, you have the freedom to choose the materials, colours, and finishes that best suit your style and complement the overall décor of your home.

Whether it's a sleek, contemporary look like our Knot Acre design or a traditional, luxurious feel (like in our Willow Way walk-in wardrobe) the room can be tailored to reflect your desired ambiance and create a welcoming, cosy feel for guests.

Working alongside the Thomas James Bespoke design team allows for the inclusion of thoughtful and personalised touches, exactly as you’d like them. From quietly luxurious drawer pulls to cleverly-designed drawer inserts, these small details can make a significant difference in elevating the overall guest experience while making the space far more functional for the homeowners, too.

Spare bedroom design

Your Spare bedroom have the potential to become so much more than neglected spaces in our homes. By maximising storage space, incorporating space-saving features, and focusing on aesthetic appeal, bespoke bedrooms offer a unique opportunity to create inviting and personalised spaces that leave a lasting impression. So, why settle for a lacklustre spare room when you can turn it into a carefully designed haven for your guests?

Unlock the full potential of your spare bedroom by speaking to the Thomas James Bespoke team today at


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