Creating the perfect guest bedroom can be a tough gig when you are running around frantically to find the best set of bedsheets and pillows before they ring the doorbell. There are several factors involved when it comes to decorating the bedroom accordingly to your style and ultimately the comfort for your guests. We share with you some our hot tips and tricks to make the ultimate guest haven that will leave them stunned.
A Bed To Die For
Get creative when styling the bed as it will be the most prominent feature of the room. You can pick a fun colour theme and match all your linen, blankets and pillows with each other. Upgrade your linen sheets to ensure a luxurious and comfortable sleep. Make sure you leave some options for your guests with multiple layers of bedding such as a large duvet, top sheet and a throw blanket as you never know what they might prefer. A throw blanket will add some colour to the room and will also add extra warmth on a cold winters night for people who like to snuggle up. It would be a good idea to add a few cushions to complement the pillows as this gives you an opportunity to go wild with the shapes and colours.
Take Care Of Lighting
Lighting is an essential element in any room around the house and a key factor in ensuring your guest has the most comfortable sleep and private space. Your guests might want to soak in a dose of sunshine or reduce the amount of light shining into their room. Keeping these in mind curtains can play a huge role in changing the mood of the guest bedroom. Block out curtains will be an effective way to soften any early sunlight from entering the room and disturbing your sleeping guest in the mornings. Bedside lighting is vital in creating an ambience for the bedroom as well as a functional feature that will help avoid disturbing other people in the house. A small lamp will make it easier for guests to choose between having all the lights on at night versus keeping a dim light to catch up on their favourite book or a dose of social media before they snooze.
Furnishings are an important part of creating an aesthetically pleasing and functional space for your guests. You can add a small chair or couch to make a space for your guest to relax and have somewhere to chill out or catch up on anything they may need including emails and work. Use lots of pillows including decorative cushions to add colour, textures and patterns to the guest bedroom. Add ultimate comfort to your guest’s experience with a rug to make the room feel cosy. Storage for your guest to hang clothes up and to store their belongings will create a functional space as they won’t have to live out of a suitcase.
Don’t Forget The Essentials
Your guests may not have all the essential items with them and might require some great hospitality when they step foot into your house. A fresh set of clean towels to access for when they need to freshen up as well as toiletries in the bathroom would be ideal. Make sure to feature a mirror in the room so your guest can freshen up and feel comfortable before starting their day. A mirror will be sure to add an elegant and stylish touch to the room. Lastly, it would be a good idea to test out the room. Sleeping in your guest bedroom at least once can help make sure you discover any faults before your guests arrive. This will help you know if the room is too bright, the blankets are too scratchy and will ensure you have time to make any adjustments before your guests arrives.
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