Creating the Perfect Guest Bathroom

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Creating the Perfect Guest Bathroom

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If you have visitors all year round, or just around the Holidays, hosting family and friends can be overwhelming. We know. But if you are prepared it can make the experience enjoyable for everyone. So here are a few tips to creating the perfect guest bathroom.

 

Bathroom Décor

 

The feel of a bathroom starts from the very moment your guest walks in. It doesn’t need to look like something out of a high-in hotel suite, but it should be clean and pleasing to the eye. A good rule to follow is using neutral colors with calming accent pieces and colored items.

 

Maybe splurge for a new shower curtain and matching bath rug. Also try adding wooden or marble slabs for candles, bottles of soap, plants, etc. Bath slabs add a nice touch and bring an appealing aesthetic to the counter tops. Make sure you don’t overwhelm the bathroom with too much stuff. Allow some breathing room for your guests personal items.

 

Forgotten Items

 

Packing can be stressful and there is always that uneasy feeling when you leave the house that you forgot something. Help a friend out by stocking your guest bathroom with a few items that can spare them a trip to the store.

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Items such as q-tips, cotton rounds, a toothbrush, toothpaste, and a razor are good things to have on hand. Your guest will be pleasantly surprised when they see that you are prepared. Oh, and always make sure to have hand soap available.

 

Pro Tip: Pick a scent that compliments the time of year.

 

Consider stocking the shower with body wash, shampoo, and conditioner. If your guest is flying, they probably figure they will need to buy these items upon arrival. But surprise! You’ve got them covered. The last thing you want to do after a flight is make a run to the convenient store.

 

The Little Things

The little things you do to make their stay more relaxing can make a huge difference. Try swapping out your shower head for one that is more luxurious or even just a new one that doesn’t have water stains!

 

Your guest may not mind using the bath towels you have had since college but let's go a step further. Provide them with plush towels; bath towels, hand towels, etc. Something as simple as this will go a long way.

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Now here is where you can really shine! Adding even a few of these items to your guest bathroom will create a place of comfort and luxury:

 

  • Sunscreen

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  • Facial Cleansing Wipes

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  • Air Freshener

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  • Herbal Mineral Bath

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  • Bath Salts or Bath Bombs

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  • Hand Lotion

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  • Sea Sponge or Loofah

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  • Lip Balm

     

  • Consider stocking the shower with body wash, shampoo, and conditioner. If your guest is flying, they probably figure they will need to buy these items upon arrival. But surprise! You’ve got them covered. The last thing you want to do after a flight is make a run to the convenient store.

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    Don’t Forget!

    Don’t forget items like a waste basket, a clothing hamper, and hooks. Think about storage places for personal items. This could include a basket, an empty shelf, or even a drawer.

     

    You are now ready for any visitor to walk through your door! Whether your guest is planned or unexpected you are prepared to make them feel right at home.

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