Get guestroom ready
Your family and friends are on their way. Greet the season and guests this summer season with the everyday comforts of home.
A comfortable bed is good base. At Rustic Charm Interiors, we have beds and bed head options to suit your style and décor. Our Adler bed is a perfect option to add a classic and hotel-luxe feel to your guest bedroom. Pair it with our Banks bedside for a traditional look or with our Louis bedside in smoked oak, for a contemporary approach to a classic favourite.
If your style is more casual and streamlined, our Grayson bed looks inviting when paired with either a modern or classic style accessories. It's all in the layering of accessories, art and side tables.
When space is limited, you can't go past our Harper bed head. We love its classic shape, neutral linen-blend upholstery and elegant nail-head trim which gives it a touch of luxury.
A bedroom chair is a must if your space allows. It can help to elevate the space, especially when architectural details are sparse. It can provide a comfortable reading nook for your guests to enjoy in the privacy of their own space. A classic style will remain timeless for years to come; our Marseille arm chair is the perfect choice. A bench at the end of the bed can also be a useful place to store extra essentials and give your guest room an elevated feel. A tufted bench like our Camille bench could be the right look for your guest bedroom.
Here are some useful tips to ensure your guests feel welcomed and relaxed.
- Lamps (check the bulbs) are essential. Scones are great options for guest bedrooms, especially when space is prime on your bedside tables
- Fill a small basket with essentials like soaps, lotions and towels. Styled under the bench looks sweet and saves on space too!
- Install decorative hooks behind doors, inside wardrobe doors, or even on the wall as a statement to allow your guests plenty of 'hanging' space
- A small collection of books or magazines by the bedside is a thoughtful gesture
- Add a small posy of real flowers or candle (with matches) will add a fresh scent to often musty guests rooms
- Extra blankets in varying weight, in case it's get chilly (or too hot) at night
- Less is more. Don't over-make the bed with extra pillows and cushions, especially when space is limited....we all know where those cushions end up some bed time!
- Art. Display art which is casual and not too personal. Landscapes or photography (of landscapes) work particularly well in guest bedrooms
Lastly, go the extra mile and iron your freshly laundered linens for a truly luxurious welcome. Your're guests will remember and thank you for it. Happy hosting!