A Visco Elastic Mattress for Your Guest Room at Home
Furnishing a guest room in one's new home can be a little confusing because there are so many elements that combine to create the coziest and most comfortable temporary living space for your friends and family. When it comes finding the best bedding, headboard, seating area, books, magazines and bathroom accoutrements, there are many things to keep in mind when designing and organizing. Here are a few elements to make the perfect guest room.
Bedding Done Right
One of the most important parts of a great guest space is the right bed. Friends and family may have traveled anywhere from 10 to 1,000 miles to spend time with you, so it's imperative to find the most comfortable bed and bedding accessories to welcome them into your home. Look for a queen- or king-sized bed so that your guests can snuggle up with their partners or children. Comfortable cotton linens are also vital. Search for a new and welcoming traditional or visco elastic mattress to complete the look and feel of ultimate comfort. This type of mattress is one of the newest frontrunners in the bedding market. Fans especially like these types of mattresses because of their long lifespan and because they conform to your body as you get settled into bed. Memory foam mattress toppers and/or pillows are another idea for a guest bedroom that is truly comfortable.
It's All in the Details
To make a guest room even more inviting for lounging and relaxation, look for a chaise lounge or padded bench for your friends and family to linger on. Comfortable seating makes for a perfect spot to enjoy a cup of tea or coffee before starting the day. Equip the room with some interesting reads, coffee table books, or specialty magazines for guests to peruse during their stay. Additionally, look for a small dish full of mints, chocolate or little cookies for guests to snack on throughout the day and find affordable and colorful glass vases to fill with seasonal flowers that are native to the region.
When it comes to furnishing a guestroom, sometimes it is the little things in the space that add character. Once you find a foundation, in the form of a traditional or memory foam mattress, the small details make a room. A bowl of chocolates, decorative soap, sweet-smelling candles and a comfortable chair can make your guests feel like they are at home, even when they are miles away from their own beds.