One of the advantages of owning a house is having additional room to host guests. At times that means an informal breakfast on the patio and occasionally that means overnight guests. 

In case you are fortunate enough to have a dedicated guest room for those away loved ones to stay in, take a hard look at it. What does the room say to individuals who use it? Is it warm and welcoming, or does it pass on a “last resting place for the things we aren’t exactly prepared to dispose of” vibe? If it is more like the latter with befuddled decorations and destroyed materials, the tips underneath can help you transform it into a guest room your overnighters can hardly wait to stay in. 

Make An Attic Bunk Room

If you have a loft that is ready to be used as a living space, transform that into your guest room instead of sacrificing a ground or second-floor room. The delicate roof slant found in many lofts makes them ideal for such a job as the guest room is generally just utilized for sleeping, which means you can keep it straightforward. 

Start with adding as many twin size beds as the room will hold. They do not need to be same, yet they should all be a similar kind: created iron or wood, for instance. Paint them all white or dark and afterward highlight each with coordinating colors. Add a trunk or footstool toward the end of each bed for capacity and you have a guest room fit for a few short-term guests immediately.  

These thoughts function very well in little extra rooms, as well. 

Provide Guests a Powder Room

If it is possible, remodel the wardrobe in your guest room into a powder room complete with a sink and latrine for your guests. This will require some pipes work, yet the return is awesome when your guests feel like they are staying in a five-star inn as opposed to your extra room. 

Hang a racking unit over the sink for additional towels and washcloths so your guests can brush their teeth and sprinkle water on their faces prior to making a beeline for the meal table in the mornings. On the off chance that there’s room, put a little espresso pot in their room, as well, so they can be wide-eyed when they meet you first thing in the morning.

Add Things to look Elegant

Fill the Room with a TV, Books, flowers, Paintings, Mini bar or even a Phone which could engage guests in the waking hours. 

Adding some of these elements which you would already have in your house, but in some other rooms, could help to make your guests happy.

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