The holiday season is just around the corner and it’s possible you’ll need and want to provide gracious overnight accommodations for friends and family.
You may not live in a home that is large enough to have several bedrooms ready at a moment’s notice for guests to lay their heads.
Yet, you want your guests to feel welcome and comfortable during their stay without having them sleep on a blow-up floor mattress. Although children love this!
You really don’t want to give up your master bedroom. Guests also feel guilty if you do this.
Here are 7 ideas that just might solve the challenge and you, too, can have a “bedroom” ready anytime it’s needed.

SLEEPER SOFAS

No longer like the 1 inch mattress of long past, today’s sleeper sofas are very comfortable and provide an excellent night’s sleep. If you can, place it in your den or home office so guests have a door to close.

 

SMALL SLEEPER SOFA

This works well if you have a guest bedroom and need extra space for a child to sleep.

CHAISE SECTIONAL

An elegant solution that can replace a sofa in a home office. It provides sleeping for 2 and serves as seating during the day.

CURTAINED BUNK BEDS

Great for children if space is limited. Each bed can be curtained off for privacy. Doesn’t it remind you of old-fashioned train sleeper cars?

BUNK BEDS INSTEAD OF A CLOSET

The space in this nook was formerly a clothes closet that was transformed into a sleeping area. The curtains allow for privacy and the beds don’t take up a lot of space.

TWIN MURPHY BEDS

Instead of the traditional one, these bunk beds fold up in exactly the same way, yet allow for separate beds. Works well in a home office where space is limited.
DAYBED WITH TRUNDLE
Another idea for a home office that can turn into a sleeping area at night.
Photos via HOUZZ
Until next time…
Blessings from my home to yours,
Nancy
Dedicated to helping you live your rooms—not the other way around

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