7. Reading Material
I know it’s not a pretty picture- your guests sitting on the toilet as they do what they gotta do. But the truth is, we all do what we gotta do. (Ever read the book “Everybody Poops”?) And since your guests probably already feel weird using your toilet, you should make them feel more comfortable by giving them something to take their minds off of their butts. Even if it’s just a picture book, or a book of quotes, anything that will keep your guests entertained is a nice way to divert from the “task at hand.”
8. Toilet Paper
You know how when you are trying to decide which stall to use in a public restroom, you peek inside each one to make sure there’s enough toilet paper? Yeah, don’t make your guests go through that at your house. Keep your guest bathroom fully stocked with toilet paper, so that visitors can refill as needed. I absolutely hate having to tell someone that there’s no toilet paper in their bathroom and that I need some. I feel like it implies that I’m going to need a lot because I’m doing something big in there. No guest should feel embarrassed about wanting a clean tooshie.
9. Body Lotion
Washing your hands can be drying on your skin. And since your guests are going to wash their hands (hopefully) after using the restroom, they will probably want something to bring back some moisture. Or maybe they want to moisturize their arms and legs after a warm shower (also skin drying). Just set a nice bottle of body lotion on the sink for them. They’ll love it! Why do you think that hotels leave lotion out for their guests?
Step things up a notch by going with a lotion that is sweet scented. Kohl’s has a nice selection called be Delectable that you should check out. It comes in scents like vanilla & cream, coconut & cream and strawberry & cream.