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Transform a guest room into a 5-star luxury experience

2:46 PM, Dec. 28, 2012
Visitors feel comfortable in a clean and elegant guest room, but with these accessories, you may want to sleep in that extra room yourself.
Visitors feel comfortable in a clean and elegant guest room, but with these accessories, you may want to sleep in that extra room yourself.
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Designer Nate Berkus knows a thing or two about hotels. He spends his life traveling for inspiration and for the past two years has been working on a collection of home goods culled from his trips.

His 150-piece collection with Target this fall embraces those inspirations with pieces that are designed to transform a guest room into a five-star hotel experience at an affordable price.

"The line is designed to layer in with the pieces you already have," Berkus says. "So if you have a great quilt or a fantastic blanket or throw pillows that are sitting on your living room sofa, move that stuff around. ...

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