Getting your home ready for the holiday season can range from putting out fresh pillows and blankets to caulking your bathtub and adding additional lighting to your home. The key to getting your home ready for dinner guests as well as overnight guests is to stay calm and only do what you have time for. The articles below have some amazing ideas that will ensure your guests are comfortable and have everything they need. These ideas will be great inspiration for you own home. However, don’t feel the pressure to do everything. You will be surprised what a few easy snacks, scented candles, holiday throws and extra pillows can do to welcome guests. The thing your guests will appreciate most is a little down town, relaxation, and feeling like they are welcomed into your space. So again the key to success is staying calm and setting realistic expectations.
The middle of November has already arrived, and it’s about time to turn your hostessing preparations from holiday stress into holiday cheer. Thanks to Room and Board, this collective list serves as your tool for out-of-town visitors throughout the season. From sprucing up Continue reading The post How to Host Holiday Guests with Room and Board appeared first on Caramelized Blog.
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When friends or relatives are coming to visit for the holiday season, make their visit a pleasure by thinking ahead and offering them your gracious home. The following steps will walk you through what you need to know to make your next hosting experience a great one for everyone. If parking in your neighborhood is limited, be sure to reserve your off-street spot for your guests.
I don’t mean to scare you, but Christmas is only a month and a half away. Thanksgiving is even closer. Remember how frazzled you were last year. Holidays bring guests, and guests – no matter how welcome – bring stress. No, I’m not talking about knocking back a couple of shots of Jack Daniel’s. I’m talking about getting your house in shape.