People often become immune to the smell of their own home, but it's the first thing your guests notice. To make your home smell amazing, light some candles or boil some water with orange or lemon peels before your guests arrive.
It doesn't take long for piles of old magazines and papers to become part of the furniture. Although you no longer notice these, your guests will. Do a quick sweep of anything out of place, moving any clutter out of plain sight.
3. The bathroom
There’s nothing worse than washing your hands at a friend's place, and the only towel available for drying is the one they use after a shower. Make sure there’s a clean hand towel in the bathroom, light a candle and top up the toilet paper.
The right lighting is vital when entertaining guests. Either dim or turn off overhead lights. Use table lamps and candles to create a flattering glow.
5. Personal touches
Houseguests often appreciate personal touches that make them feel welcome and comfortable. Take a moment to provide fresh flowers or a small welcome note in their room, and consider setting some snacks or refreshments in a designated area for them to enjoy. These thoughtful gestures go a long way in creating a warm and inviting atmosphere for your guests.
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