I found some very useful tips on how to decorate a guest room on Martha Stewart's blog. Here are some of them:

Decorate Sparingly
In a strange room, comfort and space are more soothing than a clutter of unfamiliar things. On a bedside table, place a single flower bloom in a simple glass, a nice clock, and a selection of books suited to your guests' tastes. (I like to add a small notebook and a pen)

Bathroom Essentials
If the bathroom is shared, clear space in it for guests' toiletries. Stock it with new toothbrushes and toothpaste, a plush robe, and a supply of clean cotton towels (two large bath towels, two face towels, and a washcloth) for each guest. Supply a few luxuries that one might not find at home: a beautiful soap, an unusual cream, a special shampoo, or a small bottle of perfume or cologne. If your guest has allergies, provide a hypoallergenic soap and moisturizer.

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Linda Woodrum found here.


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In a large bedroom or small guest cottage, a bistro table and two chairs make a peaceful spot where guests can enjoy tea or breakfast in private before joining in group activities.




Put together a welcome kit for guests, including such necessities as towels, soap, and shampoo. As an added gesture, find products in their favorite scents and colors.


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