One of the joys of home decorating is showing it off to friends and family and getting a chance to welcome your loved ones into your home. If you're someone who loves to host (or even if you're not!), creating the perfect guest oasis is key to ensuring a memorable stay for your family and friends. Let’s directly dive into it, get inspired by the handpicked guest living room ideas.
The most important element of a well-decorated guest room is that it gives your guests a great night of sleep so they can be ready for a full day of sightseeing or quality time. Painting your guest room a dark color like black or navy blue is not only unexpected, but it can create a relaxing cave-like vibe that helps lure your guests to sleep after a long day.
When it comes to adding two beds to your guest room, keep it symmetrical. keeping the room symmetrical is an easy way to reduce visual clutter and keep the space streamlined. When picking out the best bed or beds for your space, consider who, exactly, your guests are. Do you typically get couples or families? Are you hosting friends for overnighters, or are you considering renting your guest room out on Airbnb? Make sure to pick the solution that works for the majority of your expected guests.
When your guests arrive, welcome them with a bouquet of fresh flowers, like the ones seen in this guest room from staugustine.homes. Pick fuss-free flowers with lasting power so they won't droop before your guests "check out." Adding little touches, like a vase of flowers or mints on the pillow, can give even the simplest guest room a wow factor.
We love this chic modern guest room from DIY Playbook because it's simple, but feels intentional and finished. When stocking your guest room's nightstands, add toiletries your guests may have forgotten. Items such a toothpaste, body wash and individual packets of Tylenol are the perfect way to make your guest feel at home.
One fun way to keep your guest room fresh and interesting is to sprinkle in holiday decor, like these Halloween pillows and Christmas wreath from 305decoliving. Think easy-to-swap items like pillows or wreaths that you easily pop in for the season and give your space a festive feel.
It’s not the holidays without a little twinkle. String some lights around the room to keep your guests feeling festival. and create the scent, how? Light some candles, we all know that scent can bring back to memories and change your mood. Fill the room with the scent of the holiday season using candles, wax warmers or plug-in wall fixtures.
These little touches are not just for holiday, every time they come we want to create a “wow” moment - Homey and every day’s Holiday
Reference resource from the spruce.com
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