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This quick and easy idea for a guest room welcome wall will help your guests feel welcomed during their overnight stay. A customized wall with fun embellishments and your internet wifi information will let your guests know that you put a lot of thought into their visit.
It’s fall which means that the holiday seasoning in going to be here before we know it. And with that comes traveling, parties, and houseguests.
I know for me, I like to really make my guests feel welcomed by adding little personal touches to their space when they are at my house. It just gives them a little “I was thinking about ya” feeling.
How do I do that? I make up a guest room welcome wall.
The welcome wall includes cute or funny sayings related to my guests (usually inside jokes from previous visits!) and any wifi info for the house that they may not know yet. I also have a basket of fresh towels and extra sheeted pillows near the welcome wall. Anything guests may need.
For this tutorial I used the PAPYRUS line of greeting cards because they are introducing a new line of handcrafted cards that are inspired by Taylor Swift.
They’re all about personal style and feature special embellishments (which PAPYRUS is known for) like glitter, gems, and embossing for a girly-themed look to a guest room welcome wall. It’s perfect for that custom feel I was going for and perfect for my good girlfriend who is coming to visit in a few weeks!
How To Build a Guest Room Welcome Wall:
- The first step was to decide on how many and what color frames for the feature wall. I always recommend using an odd number of frames. It always looks more pleasing to the eye.
- I had three random frames in a closet that I spray painted white and gold to help me complete this look.
- After the paint completely dried I either placed the cards inside the frames (if they fit) or taped them to the outside of the frames with a little tape (ex. the “sparkle” frame).
- The next step is to create a wifi information sheet and print it out. I found a basic template on Canva (it’s free and easy to use) and named it “wifi wisdom“. Cut it to fit in the frame you are using and close it up.
- The last step is placement of the pictures for the guest room welcome wall. I suggest placing one on a flat surface next to the door of the guest room and the others on a feature wall that your guest will see while walking out of the room. Notice how my guest room welcome wall is next to the door that leads to our hallway? This way your guests are bound to see and read your thoughtful and custom wall art. There’s no way they won’t feel special now.
That’s it! It’s that easy.
Go get your hands on these cute Target-exclusive handcrafted cards. It’s incredibly easy to spot the collection 😉
Many of the cards focus on friendships but others cover birthdays and other celebrations. You have a bunch of options to choose from for your welcome wall. 44 choices to be exact. Each card is uniquely numbered from 1-44, so they can be considered a collector’s item for big Taylor Swift fans.