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Are you hosting family or friends this holiday season? We are!
I’ve been wanting to decorate our guest room for a couple years now, literally since we moved in and off course everything else came first in the house and left the guest room looking not too good. It was a place I was excited to show my guests, if that makes sense. We changing the furniture around and that helped soooooo much, thanks to my friend Brandy for helping me this move. I was nervous at first thinking it would make the room feel weird, BUT she was right and it made the space way bigger.
We decided to sconces so it could free up space on the nightstands. I wanted to gift guest as much room as possible because this room is small!
I think a tv is a must, just so your guest can relax and unwind at night to get some alone time. We all need to recharge our batteries at night after being with people all day, or is that just me? I also think it’s so handy when you have young kids staying and they can watch Disney+ on apple tv.
Fresh sheets, new pillows, and comforter gives all the comfort vibes. Amazon and Target was our go to.
I love old books. I love the smell, the feel and look. They are in expensive and give such a lived-in feel.
There is nothing worse then forgetting your charger while on a trip! or having to plug-in your phone across the room, so we decided to get 8 ft chargers right at their nightstands so they can access. They are so cheap, but makes a big impact on your guest that you are thinking of them.
I hope this helps, it doesn’t take a lot of money to show your guests that you care. It’s all about being thoughtful and making them feel like they are comfortable. We’ve all been there when you’re staying with someone and you can just feel the energy that they don’t want you there AND we’ve all been there where your host goes over and beyond and remembers your favorite cookies or chocolates. It just takes a little thought to let someone know that you care.