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How to Organize a Guest Room for the Holidays

organize guest roomYou need to organize a guest room for the holidays but are really crunched for time. Fast approaching, you feel stressed out because no one has used that guest room in many months. And worst of all, it’s become a catchall, junk room for things you just didn’t want to deal with at the time. Now, it’s cluttered, disorganized, and smells stale. Don’t worry, with just a little bit of can-do spirit and a simple plan, you can easily organize a guest room for the holidays.

How to Organize a Guest Room for the Holidays

First, you’ve got to decide what stays and what goes. For instance, if there’s an old futon sofa in your guest room, there are five things you can do it with. But, don’t dive in just yet. Start by crafting a plan for its use. Yes, it’s going to be used as a guest room, but who will be staying with you? The point being, if it’s young children, you’ll arrange and furnish the room differently than you would if a teenager or adult will use the guest room.

If you’re having guests over for the holidays, it’s a good idea to start working at getting it company-ready now. Even if you don’t have a dedicated guest room in your home, it’s a good idea to be prepared with the things your guests will need during their stay. Everyone’s home and situation is different, but here are some things you might want to do to prepare for guests. —Organizing Moms.com

If it is going to be small children, depending on their age, it might be necessary to childproof the room. That means covering electrical outlets, and the like. If you’re hosting teens or adults, you should offer some homey conveniences to make their stay more personal and pleasant. If you kept up with your seasonal fall home cleaning, this shouldn’t be too difficult. Here are some helpful tips for how to best organize a guest room for the holidays:

  • Start by decluttering. Often, guest rooms or spare bedrooms become a collection of old clothes, children’s toys, games, books, hobby items, and more. Declutter the room and consider donating all that stuff or you can store it away in the attic and host a garage sale in the spring.
  • Clean up the entire room. This includes the furniture, floor, and even the closet. Be sure to dust the furniture and also wipe down all surfaces. Disinfect and clean the whole room so it smells fresh and looks clean and inviting for your holiday guests.
  • Supply your guest with essentials. You’ve experienced needing one or more things when you travel and check into a hotel room. Supply your guests with extra pillows, blankets, towels, closet hangers, luggage rack, and more.
  • Dress up the guest room with decor. Once the guest room is clean and there are plenty of essential extras ready for your guests, dress the space up with some cheerful holiday decor and treats. For instance, a poinsettia and some cookies are ideal.

If you need to dispose of guest room clutter or have other junk to haul away, just phone 800-433-1094 or visit Haul Junk Away. We can help you get your house organized with a garage clean out, basement clean out, and more handy services.

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