Tuesday, October 2, 2018

Designing a Welcoming Guest Room






If you're anything like me, the thought of hosting people in your home gets you over the moon excited. I have absolutely loved creating a welcoming and inviting space for my guests when they visit me and Zach. 

Who doesn't love a beautiful display when they walk into their room? No one that I know of. 😂 As I share the more everyday parts of my life with you all, I thought showing you the inexpensive ways I make a room look inviting would be fun! 

  • A wifi password sign, this isn't the exact one pictured in our guest room but I truly love it more than the one I bought.. and it's $10, has the network namespace and the password space. This takes the pressure off you having to go dig to find the password and gives your guest the ability to connect easily. 

  • A basket with a water bottle. This sounds simple and kinda dumb but after traveling, having a bottle of water is so nice. It's easy, quick and inexpensive for you to put out but really puts the icing on the cake. If you want to add something a little "extra" go to TJmaxx and buy a little two-dollar candle to stick in there as a "thanks for coming to visit us" gift. #itsthelittlethings

  • Have the towels washed and on the bed. In my opinion, the worst thing when I go to visit someone is asking them if they can get me a towel. The less your guest has to ask for the better. Make it easy on them and easy on you. Everything they need is all in their room. I added a little bucket in our guest bathroom with a new toothbrush, toothpaste, deodorant, lotion, and spray. In case of emergencies, the essentials are there for them to use. 😊

I hope this sparks some creativity for your guest room and inspires you to do these things the next time you have a guest. 

Below are the shoppable items from the room if you're interested:



Other items: 


 Thanks so much for reading friends! 



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