Do you have family coming in from out of town for the holidays? Worried that your guest bed resembles some sort of medieval torture device? There’s more than one great way to make this room as comfortable as possible for your treasured guests. These steps will have you off to a great start.
Add a Mattress Topper
By far the most effective thing you can do, without purchasing a brand new mattress for the room that is, is purchasing a mattress topper. Consider adding either the Natural Latex Topper, Memory Foam Topper, or Cool Bliss Topper for a sleep experience that’s as comfortable to your guests as it is for your budget.
These are quick changes you can make that will last, too. The Natural Latex Topper is built to last up to 20 years, providing an experience that’s as close to the experience of sleeping on a genuine natural latex mattress as possible.
The best memory foam topper offers the same lifespan of up to 20 years, and gives a huge nod to the need for comfort and support among sleepers.
If you’re worried about things getting a little too warm for your guests, the Cool Bliss gel foam topper allows you to make an impressive upgrade that will help your guests keep their cool all night long – making for a greatly enhanced night’s sleep. Support, comfort, and cool in a mattress topper – who could ask for more?
Make the Space Merry, Not Bright
While it’s tempting to go out and decorate even your guest room for the holidays, focus on small touches, such as decorative blankets or throws, and skip the sparkling and bright objects that could detract from sleep.
Use high-quality sheets, such as egyptian cotton sheets, on your guest bed for an added touch of luxury. There are few things in the world that feel as nice as sliding into a set of high quality sheets after spending a long day on the road or fighting off busy holiday airport crowds. It’s a small touch that greatly improves the comfort.
Offer layers of bedding. Different people have different thermostats. It’s as simple as that. Offer several different layers of blankets for warmth and allow your guests to choose the right blankets for their comfort. Don’t forget to provide additional blankets and pillows in case your guests need a little added comfort or elevation in order to sleep well.
Don’t forget a few creature comforts. Provide bedside lamps, some reading materials, and additional outlets so your guests can charge various portable devices.
Provide a place for them to store their possessions during the stay. No one likes living out of a suitcase. Set aside some closet space and provide a chest of drawers or dresser for them to store their clothes.
Little things can add up to make big differences when it comes to the comfort of your holiday guests. The addition of a mattress topper, though, is one huge difference you can make that doesn’t break the bank.
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