The summer season is the perfect time to entertain, whether you’re hosting a pool party, having backyard barbecues, or just spending time with friends and family in your outdoor living space. As a host, you want to make sure that the inside of your home is ready for guests, too. That means ensuring that your bathrooms are clean and accommodating. Here are some summer tips to help you get your guest bathrooms in great shape for entertaining:
Keep Soap Dispensers Filled. Check your soap dispenser to see if it’s time for a refill. Guests want to be able to wash their hands, so keep the dispenser filled up, or have a new soap with pump ready to be used. You can keep it out on the counter so that guests can just grab it easily if the soap runs out.
Have Extra Towels Handy. Hand towels are a must for the powder room, but if you’re hosting a pool party, you may want to consider leaving a few bath towels out, as well. This way, guests can dry off when they’re in the house, and they can leave their damp towels outside to dry. It’s also helpful to have dry, clean towels available to them if they’re going to be getting changed out of their swimsuit. Another option for guests to dry their hands is paper napkins or towels. Keep a small stack out on the counter.
Stock Up on Toilet Paper. Make sure that you check your powder room before guests arrive to ensure that the toilet paper is stocked up. There’s nothing worse than being in someone else’s bathroom and not knowing where to find a new roll. If the current roll is running low, take out a new one and place it by the toilet where guests can easily see it.
Ensure Freshness. If your powder room has a window, you may want to open it up to allow fresh air to flow in. You can also use an air freshener or a candle to keep the room smelling nice and clean. Also, keep a can of aerosol air freshener out where guests can see it, since they want to use it before they leave the bathroom.
You want to ensure that your guests feel comfortable in your home, so take the time to check these bathroom tips before they arrive. An inviting bathroom is one where guests won’t have to worry about finding the essentials.