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Making Your Home as Guest Friendly as Possible

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2020 has been an odd year. The coronavirus and Covid-19 pandemic gripped the world and things still haven’t returned to usual since. Governments around the world set strict social isolation and social distancing measures to slow the spread of the virus. Many of us have found ourselves only having close contact with the people we live with. Alternatively, those of us who live alone probably haven’t seen our nearest dearest for a hug for months. It’s not all too surprising that many of us are enthusiastically planning being reunited with our loved ones. We can’t wait to get them around to ours for dinner, drinks, a film or just a general catch up. Of course, you’re going to want to make sure your home is as accommodating as possible when the time comes to do this. Here are a few tips that will help you to achieve this!


Make Sure There’s Sufficient Seating


We all tend to fall short of seating when it comes to accommodating guests. You see this happen around occasions like birthdays or Christmas. But having somewhere comfortable to sit really is an essential. Consider a large sofa like those found here Consider matching chairs. Consider stackable extra chairs that can be piled away in a cupboard or the shed throughout the rest of the year. If you’re lucky enough to have a large back garden you can have people over in, you should consider investing in some garden furniture. Deck chairs, sofa style chairs, tables and chairs… the list of potential choices is endless! However, if you do decide on upholstered furniture for your guests, make sure that you have them cleaned by professional sofa cleaners before your event.


Have Sufficient Crockery, Cutlery and Glassware


Of course, big gatherings aren’t possible at the moment. But they will be eventually. You want to make sure that there are enough plates, bowls, knives, forks, spoons and glasses for all of your guests. This will ensure that people don’t have to wait for others to finish their food or drinks before getting started themselves. If you don’t have sufficient storage space for these extra items in your kitchen year round, you can put them away in the loft ready for special occasions!


Use a Spare Room Wisely


If you’re lucky enough to have a spare room in your home, why not turn it into a guest room? Guest rooms provide people who travel from afar or who want to stay late somewhere comfortable and secure to rest their head for the night. All you need to add is a bed. It’s as simple as that! Of course, there are all sorts of extras you can add to make things more comfortable. A nightstand or bedside table for guests to rest their phone on while they sleep. Storage for extra bedding. The list goes on.


As you can see, there are a jumper of things you can do to make sure your home is as guest friendly as possible. Following these simple steps can ensure that you’re able to have guests over and accommodate them in the best way possible. They’re simple to implement, but will make all the difference!

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