Making Your Guest Bathroom More Welcoming

Making Your Guest Bathroom More Welcoming

Contra Costa County Real Estate | East Bay Homes

Making Your Guest Bathroom More Welcoming

27 September 2019 | First Time Homebuyer, House Fixes

Everyone appreciates a bathroom with a relaxing aroma and great ambiance, especially when visiting someone else’s home. Are you looking for ways to make your guest bathroom more welcoming so your guests have a pleasant experience when visiting? Here are 4 ways that you can assure your guest bathroom is more welcoming:

1. Brighten the space

Dark and damp bathrooms give a depressing and dull impression for your guests. Your guest bathroom should be decorated with guest satisfaction in mind. It should be clean, bright, refreshing and relaxing. Use light colored curtains, baskets, towels, and/or curtains. Hang bright photos or art.

2. Provide them necessities

While traveling and visiting friends and family, we often forget our shampoo, cotton balls, toothbrush, shaving kit, or nail clippers. And like any other grand hotels, you can provide the basic handy toiletry kits for your guests. Doesn’t it make sense? It’s perhaps the best time to make use of all the hotel toiletries you have brought home.

3. Fragrance and aromatic

No one ever wishes that the bad odor of their bathroom becomes a hot topic for gossip in your guest or neighbors. After a few days, humidity accumulated in your bathroom can smell a bit musty, thus, before your guests arrive you can make the best use of aromatic fresheners.

4. Provide slippers and hang a robe

After traveling, a soothing shower is the best way to relax your body. To assure your guests the luxury of a hotel, you can provide them with a warm and soft plush bathrobe, along with matching slippers. Having a towel heater to warm it up for your guest while they shower is also a good idea.

These are just a few small additions and tweaks that can make your guest feel ever welcoming that are neither a big expenditure nor take up too much of your time.

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