While a bedroom doesn’t have as many areas to cover as other parts of the rental there are still items you should consider. Don’t overlook the small things and pay attention to detail. To be a Superhost your bedrooms should make your renters feel happy and relaxed, further enhancing their stay in your property.
“I love sleep. My life has the tendency to fall apart when I’m awake, you know?”Ernest Hemingway
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You should have plenty of pillows, in cases coordinated with the bed linens for a given sleeping area.. They help people create a comfortable sleeping place, and besides, you really never hear people complain about having too many pillows available to them! The number of pillows per sleeping area will depend upon the size of the “bed”. A king or queen size bed should have 4 pillows, full size beds should have 3, and twin beds should have 2 pillows. Be sure to provide 1-2 extra pillows, even a couple more if your property sleeps a larger number of people.
Make sure the pillows are not worn, ripped or stained. To test your pillows for replacement, make sure they “bounce back”: simply fold your pillow in half, squeezing all of the air out of it. If it doesn’t spring back into shape after release, you’re due for a new one. As a general rule, pillows should be replaced every 3 years, even more frequently is your home is rented year-round.
Most bedrooms have mirrors. It not only adds to the decor of the room, but it also provides people with another area where they can get ready. When people are sharing a bathroom, this extra mirror can be a time-saver, so if you don’t have a mirror in each bedroom, you should look to add one.
Your cleaning checklist should make sure the mirror is clean and in good shape without any chips, big scratches or stickers on it.
A small trashcan should be available in each bedroom. It is a good idea to have a liner in the can as well for easy removal, with some extras underneath for easy replacement.
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