Best options for accommodating overnight guests during the holidays
I love the holiday seasons because I can really spend some quality time with friends and family. And when all the cousins and relatives get together for a night or two, it kind of makes me nostalgic and reminds me of how we used to camp out in the backyard all night long in the summers. Of course, with the mercury dipping so low that is not really a possibility.
But there are different alternatives for the home to accommodate overnight guests so they are still comfortable and don’t have to pay for a separate hotel. Check out a couple of them-
This doubles as a camping mattress and if you are living in warmer areas like Florida or the southern states, you can still camp out. However, I always pick mattresses that are green and eco-friendly like convoluted mattresses. Along with environmental concerns, I really don’t want my guests to overstay because of allergic reactions. A couple of nights is all that I can handle (lol).
This doubles as a sofa too. Check out the one from New Energy that has a 8” innerspring futon mattress with 726 innerspring coils for ultimate comfort and support. You also get 2 distinct separate six inch pocket coil units for the seats. The upholstered microfiber cover and two decorative accessory pillows are made from eco-friendly materials too.
3. Sofa bed
This one conveniently hides away when guests aren’t using it. For compact apartments and those living in the city, these sofa beds are a boon during the holiday season and other times too. Just pick one that is recycled or made from eco-friendly upholstery.
When you are accommodating guests during the holiday season, keep some organic bed sheets and duvets handy too. On the whole they are priced equivalent to the regular ones, but come with the ‘feel good’ factor too!