So you鈥檝e got a few last-minute guests coming to stay (um, maybe this long weekend?) and your guest room AKA makeshift office/craft room/storage space is a total disaster. Don鈥檛 worry, we鈥檝e all been there. Luckily, there are some simple and beautiful ways to take your guest bedroom from clutter city to home sweet home, and you can do them all in the hour or two before they arrive. No more scrambling all around town when your mother-in-law says she鈥檚 on her way (Eek!). Check out these 10 quick 鈥榥鈥 easy tips that will get you a guest room to be proud of.

1. Tidy Up: Swipe the clutter off the bed and dresser. Vacuum, dust and open the curtains. Doesn鈥檛 that feel better already? (via Apartment Therapy)

2. Clean Linens: While you鈥檙e tidying things up, get those sheets in the washer. There鈥檚 nothing better than sliding under fresh sheets. (via We Wanted to Be The Sky)

3. Toiletries Basket: Keeping a basket full of sample size toiletries that you can whip out when guests arrive is a wonderful gesture of hospitality. Just be sure to check when they leave to see what needs replaced. (via The Creative Mama)

4. Fresh Flowers: Buying fresh flowers can really brighten up the room. If you don鈥檛 have time for that, grab a houseplant from another room and give it a new home on the nightstand or desk. (via Celebrations at Home)

5. Fresh Towels: Remember that time you couldn鈥檛 tell if a towel in your friend鈥檚 bathroom was clean? Don鈥檛 put your guests through that same experience 鈥 provide a fresh towel or two in their room instead. (via Domaine)

6. Snacks and Drinks: Admit it, the best part to being a guest is the snacks. Whether it鈥檚 a full-fledged cart or a simple basket, make sure they鈥檝e got something so they won鈥檛 have to root around in your pantry for the midnight munchies. (via A Beautiful Mess)

7. Reading Material: Give your guests some reading material during their stay. Your most prized coffee table books, magazines, newspapers or novels are all a great addition to make the room feel that much more inviting. (via The Every Girl)

8. WiFi Password: You can print it or even write it on a sticky note, but providing your WiFi password will save them from having to ask you for it again and again. (via Today鈥檚 Creative Blog)

9. Blankets: They might sleep hot, they might sleep cold, but either way they should have a good stack of blankets that will ensure they get a good night鈥檚 rest. (via Seventy Nine Ideas)

10. Cedar Sage Candle ($20): Once you鈥檝e checked off the list above, light a candle fifteen minutes before they arrive and give yourself a pat on the back :)

How do you prepare for overnight guests? Do you have any last-minute tips? Tell us below!