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Essentials that every guest room needs

When you have a guest visiting/staying in your guest bedroom, you want them to feel comfortable and almost as if they’re in a hotel. So, I’ve put together a list of essentials that you can add to your guest room to help it..’pop’ a bit more.

 

  1. CLEAN & COZY

Let’s start with the basic yet one of the most import steps… A guest room needs to feel clean, uncluttered, and cozy. Keep it simple. Since guests typically bring a large amount of items, it’s likely that the room will fill up quickly with their stuff.

 

 

 

2. Extra blankets, pillows, and bed sheets

 

Here’s a throw blanket:

These sheets are Wrinkle, Fade, Stain Resistant. They’re also Hypoallergenic. Purchase them here:

 

3. Mirrors

If your guest room does not have a bathroom, I recommend placing 1-2 full sized mirrors around the room. Maybe even a small vanity.

 

4. Create A Tech Station

There’s a pretty high chance that your guests will be arriving with cellphones, tablets, laptops, and other devices. Creating a “tech station” that includes device chargers (iPhone and Android!) as well as a note card with the wifi password will probably be very appreciated by your visitors!

 

 

 

5. Candles/Air Fresheners

 

6. Nightstands on the side of the bed are another necessity 

Nightstands/end tables are another nice gesture.

 

7. Alarm clocks and/or wall clocks 

 

8. Garbage Can 

 

9, Bathroom Essentials

Here’s a list of a few basic bathroom essentials that are simple yet important:

  • Shampoo, soap, and conditioner
  • Hair spray and Hair dryer
  • Lotion
  • Tampons/pads (these can be stored in a makeup bag or separate pouch)
  • Toothbrush, toothpaste, floss
  • Disposable razors
  • Baby wipes
  • Pain reliever and Sleep aid
  • Extra rolls of toilet paper and paper towels
  • Basket with plenty of towels

 

10. Basket of goodies 

Nothing says welcome like a basket of snacks in their room. Some things to include in the basket are granola bars, gum, bags of pretzels/chips, and water.

 

 

11. List of nearby stores/24-hour pharmacies, your favorite restaurants, etc

 

12. Pens/Pencils and paper

Just in-case they need to write down important info.

 

13. Coloring books and crayons 

This will be very helpful if the guest that’s travelling has children.

 

 

 

I truly enjoyed writing this list and hope it helps out with setting up your guest bedroom! Thanks for reading!

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1 Comment

  • Reply Crystal Levane

    LOVVVEE this post! Always looking for new decor tips and have been in the process of setting up my guest room. Will be using your advice!

    xox Crystal

    February 17, 2017 at 5:50 pm
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