Whether you are simply hosting friends and family for dinner or for a sleepover, you will want every inch of your home looking fabulous, and that includes the guest room. We have pulled together a video and a list of guest bedroom ideas to help you give your guests a comfy home away from home.
There is nothing like diving into a beautifully made bed with high-quality cotton bedding after a long day. Give your guests the royal treatment by dressing the bed with chic duvet covers, a comfy comforter and 400 thread count sheets. Hint: give your guests a few different sleeping pillow options. Waking up with a kink in your neck is never fun, no matter where you are.
There are some that sleep hot and some that sleep cold. Style the bed with a couple cozy throws just in case your guests get cold in the middle of the night.
Traveling can be very dehydrating. Stock the room with a few bottles of water and nourishing snacks so your guests won’t need to (embarrassingly) creep through the house in their jammies (or lack thereof) in search of water.
We know you’re all family, but that does not mean you should share bath towels. Giving your guests their own personal pile of towels to use during their stay is a thoughtful touch.
Round up a few essentials like shampoo, conditioner, lotion, toothpaste, a new toothbrush, a new razor and a hair dryer. These little things often get left behind so save your guests the extra trip to the convenience store by making these small necessities available to them.
A small bedside arrangement instantly freshens up and brings life into the space. Have fun with it and make an arrangement from seasonal blooms!
If your guests are night owls or early birds, styling the room with a few books and magazines will give them something to do during those sleepless hours or moments of downtime.
Leave a candle or two in the guest bedroom and guest bathroom. There is nothing more comforting than reading a book with a candle lit shortly before bed. Just don’t forget to give them matches too!
Your guest closet is no longer where you hide all your mess. Get organized and leave room in the closet (with extra hangers) so your guests can unwind and unpack.
Write a short, sweet note or style the room with a few framed photos of you with your guests. Personal details go a long way!