If you have guests arriving, it is the time to spruce things up, dust under the guest bed and ensure that you have the essential guest room items to offer the most comfortable stay. Here are those essential items, check this out!
1. Extra towels, blankets and pillows
We should agree that everyone has different needs. Some people like separate face and body towels. Some people love cold. Others are forever warm lovers. Keeping these extras on hand ensures comfortable. If you don’t have storage for these items in your closets or cabinets, roll them up then place them in baskets on the floor or bed.
Don’t leave your guests wondering where to put those baggage stickers, potato chip wrappers or airline ticket stubs after their travels. Prepare the room with this simple must-have wastebasket.
Yes, why there must be a clock while the guest has a cell phone? It is gracious and appreciated anyway if we are having a clock on our guest room. Please our guests turn their cell phones off and use the alarm on their bedside table to wake up. And they may simply want to know the time throughout the day without grabbing for their phone anymore.
4. Space for clothes
Make sure to carve out enough space so they can simply fit their belongings, just like the room for their bag and space to hang a few outfits. Besides, don’t forget to include a few empty hangers.
5. Door hooks (over-the-door or door-mounted ones)
These are the easiest way to make space for purses, caps and jackets. Hooks are especially very helpful if your space is modest and you don’t have room for chairs.
This is a must-have item that’s often overlooked. Your guests likely have wrinkled clothing after their travels, so it’s a good idea to have their needs taken care of before they have to ask about them. Add a portable iron or steamer in your guest room.
It sounds annoying to pull on strands of toilet paper as a substitute. A box of tissues is always appreciated, especially during the winter months or allergy seasons.
8. Basic toiletries
Chances are your guests will bring their own personal toiletry products on their visit. But be sure when you have your guest you must have toothpaste, soap, shampoo/conditioner, and lotion either in their room or the bathroom of the guestroom.
9. Full-length mirror
A dresser mirror can be a great choice when you’re putting on makeup or accessories. But Add a full-length mirror to an empty side of a wall or install one behind the room door or closet door is also nice to help your guest to see their up to bottom outfit put together before they leave the house.
A hairdryer is essential for many people, but not one that everyone packs that, as they can take up a lot of room in a carry-on or suitcase. Have one accessible in either an easy-to-find drawer in the room or in the bathroom.