With the holiday seasons ahead, a space for your guests to sleep and feel comfortable becomes an important part of your home. If you have a dedicated guest room already, make sure it is cleaned out, the sheets are fresh and maybe give it a few of the extra touches that are mentioned in the articles below. Think about all the things you like to have when staying away from home. A pitcher with water glasses, snacks in the fashion of a mini bar, or even just a fresh bouquet of flowers to brighten up the room. If your house doesn’t have the space for a dedicated guest room, it doesn’t mean you can’t still provide your guests a comfortable place to stay. See how you can create a guest room that is also your children’s play room. Just remember to set boundaries on the room when you do have guests. You don’t want your guests to feel like their personal space and items are being invaded. Buying versatile furniture, having proper storage and choosing the right paint colors are all important aspects of a duel purpose room. Whatever your guest room situation is, get started on the prep of it now so that you aren’t rushing around right before guests come.
Courtesy of Laura Resen, “The Welcoming House: the Art of Living Graciously” (Rizzoli, 2013) Now is the perfect time to think about planning the perfect guest room retreat for this season’s holiday visitors. These ideas will help you go beyond the basic comforts and identify those extra touches that make guests feel at home.
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Many people who buy a new home in Raleigh, NC designate one of their bedrooms as a guest room for family and friends who may come to visit. Here are a few tips to make your guests feel extra special and cozy during their stay.