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Getting Your Guest Bedroom Holiday Ready | My Top Tips

Hi Friends! With the holiday season just around the corner, I’m sure many of you are preparing to welcome friends and family into your homes. It’s a beautiful time for sharing love, laughter, and creating cherished memories. One of the essential spaces in my home to prepare is the guest bedroom. In this blog post, I’ll be sharing some tips on how I make my guest bedroom cozy and inviting for my loved ones, while also ensuring their comfort and well-being.  I hope this provides you with some helpful tips for your home this holiday season. 

Protect Your Mattress and Pillows:

First things first, let’s ensure your guests have a comfortable and hygienic place to sleep. Invest in quality mattress and pillow encasements to protect against bed bugs, spills, and allergens. Not only will this extend the life of your bedding, but it also adds an extra layer of comfort. Plus, it’s an easy way to show your guests that their well-being is a top priority.

Add Aromatherapy for Relaxation:

To create a soothing atmosphere, consider incorporating aromatherapy in your guest bedroom. Place a diffuser with essential oils like lavender, chamomile, or eucalyptus to help your guests relax and unwind. These scents can have a calming effect, making their stay even more pleasant.

Personalize with Family Photos:

Adding a personal touch to the guest bedroom can make your visitors feel right at home. Displaying framed photos of family members or memorable moments can evoke warm feelings and help your guests connect with your family even if they are miles away. It’s a simple yet meaningful gesture.

Make It Cozy and Welcoming:

Create a cozy and inviting ambiance in the guest bedroom by using soft fabrics, calming colors, and adding decorative pillows, and extra throws. Choose bedding that’s not only comfortable but also visually appealing. Consider layering different textures to enhance the cozy factor.

Provide Extra Amenities:

Don’t forget to anticipate your guests’ needs. Leave a basket of essentials in the room, including towels, extra blankets, and basic toiletries. If the room has its own bathroom, ensure it’s well-stocked with necessities like shampoo, conditioner, soap, and toilet paper.

Add Some Reading Material:

Place a small collection of books or magazines on the nightstand or a cozy reading nook. This gives your guests something to do during downtime, and they might discover a new favorite book while they’re with you.

Offer a Welcome Note or Basket:

A beautiful welcome note or a small welcome basket with snacks, bottled water, and maybe a local treat can make your guests feel appreciated and at ease from the moment they arrive.

Fresh Flowers or Plants:

Bringing a touch of nature into the guest bedroom can breathe life into the space. Fresh flowers or a low-maintenance potted plant can brighten the room and add a natural element that guests will appreciate.

Provide Ample Storage Space:

Ensure your guests have enough space to unpack and settle in comfortably. Empty a few drawers or clear some closet space for their belongings. Hangers, luggage racks, and an empty shelf or two can be very helpful.

Don’t Forget the Wi-Fi Password:

In today’s connected world, it’s essential to provide your guests with your Wi-Fi password. Include it in your welcome note or have it readily available in the room.

By following these tips, you can create a warm and welcoming atmosphere in your guest bedroom, ensuring your loved ones have an amazing stay during the holidays. Remember that the small details and thoughtful gestures go a long way in making your guests feel truly at home. Enjoy the holiday season, and may your home be filled with joy and laughter!

Hugs and Love,
Nikki

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