A WAY TO WELCOME: 4 Benefits of Setting a Guest Bedroom in Your New House

Being helped by expert new home builders as you create your dream house or your new house is a very important step to make your visions and visualizations come to life! With the aid of interior designers, you can choose your own home designs and styles. Just with the right people to guide and lead your plans as they execute the right strategies, you will definitely be able to live well in a good house.

When you are down to deciding on how many rooms to have in your house, it’s a big decision to make, especially if your house is spacious and big. Now, you might be thinking whether or not you need to set a guest room. To help you with that, here is a list of 4 benefits of stationing a guest bedroom in your new house! 


A guest room saves you from unexpected sleepovers by your friends or relatives. 

Say a long-time-no-see friend called you and dropped by for a while. You are having a good time talking, catching up and bonding when heavy rains begin to pour out. Your friend keeps on waiting for the rain to stop, but it seems like it has no plans of halting at all. While your kind heart does not want to let your friend take a hassle commuting, you can let him/her stay in the guest room for the night! It’s a convenience for him/her and also for you who will need not to worry about him/her going home late at night while heavy rain makes noise outside. 

How about a cousin who unexpectedly visits you with the motive of staying overnight without your knowledge yet? Whether you like it or not, this naughty cousin of yours gets clingy and wants you to let him/her sleep overnight in your house. You can send him/her to the guest bedroom to rest. 

Unexpected guests, situations and decisions? A guest room will help you tons! 


When your dear friend needs a house to stay in for a couple of days, you can gladly welcome them in your guest bedroom. The same thing with a relative that has just arrived from abroad whose house is still far away; if they need a place to rest for two or three days, you could help a lot by lending your guest room! Here, it’s about letting a guest stay in your house not just for a day or night but for a longer time. 

Temporary stays will not be inconvenient if you are letting your close friends and relatives in your house. Of course, it presents a different setting than when you are just alone at home or with your own family, but having a guest room sets privacy and comfort very well. 


There could be times when elderly relatives visit your house. For your care and concern, sometimes, you feel the need to let them stay for a while to rest in your house. Also, if you are close to them like your parents, grandparents, aunts and uncles or in-laws, you might feel just a little too babied, missing them a lot! Don’t hesitate to let them stay just because you miss being with them!


Say you are not making use of your set guest room yet simply because there’s still no guest needing to sleep over your house. You can have your soon-to-be hired house helpers to stay there instead. It would help you save construction costs in having another room created. Even if you have a room in mind set for guests, still you can change your plans along the way and make it a bedroom for your house helpers instead! 


Truly, guest rooms are not compulsory. They depend on your needs and on your future plans too. Actually, relationships with your loved ones defy this decision to make. Just keep in mind, having a guest room is a way to welcome your loved ones however unexpected or expected their visit is! It provides convenience, ease and lack of interruption for your guests and most importantly, for you and your family!


Nicole Ann Pore is a writer, an events host and a voice over artist. Travel, health, shopping, lifestyle and business are among the many subjects she writes about. She is a daytime writer for Horizon Homes, a boutique home building and designing company in Australia. Nicole graduated Cum Laude from De La Salle University Manila, Philippines with a Bachelor’s Degree in Communication Arts.

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