Bedroom Essentials 

When setting up a rental home bedroom, it's important to create a comfortable and functional space for the tenants. Here are essential items and considerations for furnishing and organizing a rental home bedroom:

Bed and Mattress:

  • Choose a comfortable bed with a suitable mattress that provides good support for a restful sleep.


  • Provide clean and comfortable bedding, including sheets, pillowcases, pillows, a duvet or comforter, and extra blankets.


  • Place one or two nightstands near the bed for tenants to place their phones, books, or other personal items.


  • Provide adequate lighting with bedside lamps or wall-mounted lights for reading or relaxing before sleep.

Storage Furniture:

  • Include a dresser, wardrobe, or closet with ample storage space for clothing, shoes, and personal belongings.


  • Supply enough hangers in the wardrobe or closet for hanging clothes.


  • Install a full-length mirror or a wall-mounted mirror for tenants to check their appearance.

Window Coverings:

  • Install curtains or blinds to provide privacy and control the amount of light entering the room.


  • Consider adding a comfortable chair or a small seating area for relaxation or reading.

Trash Bin:

  • Place a small trash bin in the bedroom for convenience.

Alarm Clock:

  • Include a digital or analog alarm clock to help tenants keep track of time.

Decor and Art:

  • Add tasteful decor, such as artwork, decorative pillows, or rugs, to enhance the visual appeal of the room.

Power Outlets and Charging Stations:

  • Ensure there are easily accessible power outlets and charging stations for electronic devices.

Air Circulation:

  • Provide a fan or air conditioning unit to ensure comfortable room temperature.

Privacy and Security:

  • Install a lock on the bedroom door to ensure privacy and security for the tenants.

Wi-Fi Access:

  • Ensure that the bedroom has reliable Wi-Fi access for tenants to stay connected.

Welcome Information:

  • Consider providing a welcome packet with important information, like the Wi-Fi password, emergency contacts, and any specific rules or guidelines for the rental property.

Personal Touches:

  • Consider adding a few personal touches, such as fresh flowers or a welcome note, to make tenants feel at home.

By providing these bedroom essentials, you'll create a comfortable and inviting space for your tenants to enjoy during their stay in the rental home.