Your guest room is an extension of yourself， a reflection of the warmth and affection you have for friends and guests. A classy， yet comfortable guest room is the first thing you can offer your guests as a host. Remember to：
Think like a guest first – which means you’re travelling with luggage and need more space than anything else. Don’t cramp up the room with furnituregifts for grandma， rather keep it open to house the bags you’re guests are travelling with.cheap throw pillow covers
Add a personal touch – if you know your guests well enough， then you know the scent s/he prefers or the colors they swear by. They’d love to see the duvet in their favorite color or a particular mint on the bedside table.
Be practical in what you offer – No， your house guests aren’t looking for breakfast in bed or laundry service. They are happy with clean sheets， a comfortable blanket and closet space. They are looking for your company to be precise.
Check the bathroom – Place all toilet essentials in an easily-accessible space. Keep a few extra towels handy and the basic toiletries that your guest may need. Don’t worry about the finer knick-knacks.
Whether you have guests for a few hours or few weeks， offer them an unforgettable experience.
There are many elements which contribute to the French Country style home, but undoubtedly the main ingredient is a large helping of rustic charm. French Country style with its warm and casual feel, fits snugly into absolutely any home, and due to its jaunty almost thrown together feel, it doesn’t have to cost the earth.
The weekend is upon us and unless we are lucky, it could be turning a little cold (well it is September after all!) With this in mind and the knowledge that the colder half of the year is heading straight for us, we thought we would get you in the mood with some warm and cosy decorating ideas.
Last year I shared this DIY Cake Plate Tutorial with my friend Amy and her readers over on The Idea Room. Spending last week with Amy, I was reminded of this post and that I haven’t shared it with my readers yet. I had been wanting to make one of these DIY Cake Plates forever! Turns out it’s SUPER SIMPLE! Fun projects like this make Entertaining Made Simple.