From rock-hard beds at sleepaway camp to uncomfortably small beds in your first college dorm, we all know what it’s like to sleep in a bed that is downright awful. While you do not have to throw out your mattress to get a top-of-the-line designer one, adding proper bedding is one of the best ways that you can go about upgrading guest bedrooms in your home. For example, lightweight sheets that color coordinate with a fluffy, soft comforter is not only visually pleasing, but excellent to snuggle into after a fun day out. You can also swap out beddings depending on the season. Guests staying over in the fall or winter, for example, will love snuggling up under a thick blanket or quilt. In the summer, guests will be fine with a light top sheet and airy comforter. Pillows are also an important element. We recommend two medium pillows behind two softer pillows. This will not only give the top of the bed shape, but it will also allow guests to rest on the pillow firmness of their choosing.