These Thoughtful Items Under $75 Can Upgrade Your Guest Room Before Your Next Visitor
Your home may not be a luxury resort, but you can certainly make it feel that way for your overnight guests.
Whether you have a dedicated guest bedroom or a humble sleeper sofa, there are lots of ways to make overnight guests feel more comfortable during their stay. From stocking the bathroom with extra toiletries and soft hand towels to keeping a universal phone charger on hand, guests can feel at ease during their time away from home.
Help guests block out light and sleep soundly with a comfortable and affordable sleep eye mask. This one from Alaska Bear is our best budget pick from our editor-tested review because it's 100-percent mulberry silk and features an adjustable strap. A sleep mask is especially helpful if your guest room doesn't have blackout curtains, or if a guest will be sleeping in an open area like on a sleeper sofa.
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Improve your sleep quality with an eye mask that will comfortably block out the light, whether you're in bed, on the road or in the air.
For hosting bonus points, leave a beautiful glass carafe of filtered water on your guests' bedside table.
It's inevitable that someone will forget their phone charger. Ease the panic with this wireless charging pad that includes a spot for an iPhone, Apple Watch and AirPods. No USB cables required!
Give guests a relaxing, spa-like environment with an essential oil diffuser and humidifer that can also serve as a nightlight, if needed. Leave out a few different essential oil scents and guests can choose their favorite to diffuse.
Bring a soft and cozy comfort to your guests' stay with a plush, fleece throw that can act as a comforter or a cuddly sofa companion.
These gel-filled fiber pillows are tailored to ensure maximum comfort for any and all sleeping positions. Plus, two pillows for less than $50? You can't beat that.
One-hundred-percent silk, hypoallergenic and super smooth, this pillowcase will give guests the beauty sleep they deserve.
This oak luggage rack will give your guest room the feeling of a four-star hotel. You can take it out for new arrivals, then fold it up for easy storage.
There's nothing worse than cold feet, and these flannel slippers will ensure guests' toes stay toasty during late-night treks to the kitchen.
A true home-away-from-home experience can only be accomplished with a plush, fleece robe.
Naturally hypoallergenic and softer than standard towels, these natural cotton towels are gentle on the skin and look super luxe.
Your guest will feel so much at ease if you add Poo-Pourri to the bathroom before they arrive — trust us.
Not having to pack a hair dryer can make all the difference in the world for your guests. This budget-friendly styling tool looks good and gets the job done without any unnecessary buttons.
If an overnight guest forgets something, make sure to have some travel-sized toiletries on hand. This set includes five Burt's Bees skincare products to keep skin nourished during the harsh winter months.
Travel = wrinkles. Help guests combat the creases with a powerful, little steamer that's ready to rock in two minutes or less. The nozzle design distributes steam consistently to remove stubborn wrinkles, and the compact design makes it easy to store and pack.
Strategically-placed nightlights are perfect for guests who may not be as familiar with your home. You can even set your desired brightness level!
Allow guests to set their own soundtrack by adding a portable Bluetooth speaker to the room.
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