Today I am sharing four quick holiday guest room decorating tips to impress your guests.
Have you ever walked into a hotel room and there were candies, bottles of water, extra toothpaste etc waiting for you?
Everyone loves to be pampered while they are away, and having some of life’s essentials waiting for you makes you feel thought of.
By adding in these special, decorative touches, you’ll elevate their experience during their stay and you don’t have to spend a lot of money to do so.
Let’s get started!
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Holiday Guest Bedroom Decorating Tips
Tip # 1: Make the bed with cozy, festive sheets to get them into the holiday spirit.
Get your guests into the holiday spirit by making their bed with cozy, festive sheets.
Pick sheets with a fun pattern that stands out from your comforter or duvet.
Instead of leaving them tucked under, pull the sheets down about 1/4 to 1/3 of the way down the bed, depending on how many pillows you have on display.
Pro Tip: If you have sheets where the print is only one-sided, place the flat sheet with the pattern facing down so that when you fold them over the pattern is showing, like pictured below.
Tip # 2: Layer throw pillows so the bed looks inviting, not bare.
The great debate between husbands and wives: should you use throw pillows on a bed and if so how many.
We all know they get pulled off as soon as your guests get into bed, but they make the room look so inviting as soon as you walk in.
You don’t have to go crazy with pillows, but a few of them goes a long way.
Our King guest bed below has three Euro pillows all year long, but I threw on this textured lumbar throw pillow in the front for extra snug feeling.
Tip # 3: Decorate the nightstand with simple accent decor.
It doesn’t have to be anything large or expensive.
In fact, smaller accent decor for nightstands is preferred so you leave room for your guest to set down their phone and belongings.
Throughout the year I typically display a pretty table book, with a faux floral sitting on top.
I switched those out for this gold and blue metallic Christmas tree and a candle.
Tip # 4: Make the room smell delightful.
It sounds so simple, but putting a candle out is very welcoming.
Light the candle just before they arrive, and even after they blow it out, it will smell good even when it’s not lit.
The color of this candle ties in perfectly with the sheet set.
Shop This Holiday Bedroom Decor
Can you believe that ALL of the items I’ve shown today are from Walmart Home?
They’ve got an incredible selection of items for the home that will impress your guests this Thanksgiving and holiday season.
I love how they’ve set up landing pages tailored to what you are looking for, to help save you time shopping.
Here’s where you can check out all of their holiday guest room essentials.
I’ve linked all the items you’ve seen today, below.
Check out our easy holiday pastel tablescape you’re sure to love!