tips for guests sharing sleeping space
in your home
If a room of one's own simply isn't in the (house) plan for your overnight guests, you can make the most of a cot or inflatable bed placed in the living room.
In fact, there are creative ways to make virtually any communal space feel more private, with a limited amount of expense.
These tips for guests sharing sleeping space in your home will help ensure everyone enjoys the visit.
Provide Some Privacy for Guests Sharing Sleeping Space in Your Home
Provide piracy for your guests sharing a community area for sleeping in your home - or at least the feeling that there is some with a Privacy Screen Room Divider
You can use it as a decorative accent when visitors aren't around. Position the sofa so that it faces a wall or corner instead of directly into the room.
Remind the kids that this room is not to be used until your guest rouses herself. (Emphasis on the last part.)
These aren't essential appliances to offer, but providing them might get you back in the will.
- Coffee maker and cups (for really early risers).
- Small refrigerator. (You know, the kind you used in the dorms. Stock
it with a few bottles of water and juice and a snack or two.)
- Travel-size steamer or iron.
Provide Guests With Cozy Extras
More extras: These lovely amenities are simply icing on the cake.
- Basket of food (fruit, cookies, crackers, tea bags and instant coffee).
- Basket, bowl or other empty decorative container so your guest has a visible place for keys, jewelry, and other essentials.
- Lint brush. (Especially if you have pets.)
- Warming rug next to the bed (if the floor is hard and cold).