25 Essentials for Beach House Guests
Towels on Towels on Towels
Keep the bathrooms stocked with plenty of cozy woven cotton towels in a shade of dreamy white. The tassels are a fun addition!
A shea butter soap made with lightly sweetened sea salt is a luxurious way for guests to rinse off after a day at the beach.
Cup of Tea
Keep guests hydrated with a refreshing key lime cold brew tea. It’s a great alternative for guests who aren’t coffee-drinkers.
There’s no better way to start a day at the beach than with a cup of fresh-brewed coffee, and this one ups the ante with bourbon flavoring.
A shea butter body lotion is a must for every bathroom—guests will be able to keep skin moisturized after coming out of a hot shower.
Super Soft Slippers
Surprise guests with these peacock green faux-fur slippers by their bed. They are a stylish way for guests to come down to breakfast the next morning.
A stack of good beach reads is a must for any beach house—keep some new and noted novels on hand for when guests finish their own.
Inspired by the colors of the sunset, this porcelain mug is a sweet way to sip coffee in the morning. Corral several on a tray so guests can serve themselves without having to wake you up.
Buy it: Amy Hamley Canyon Mug, $38
There’s nothing like cozying up to a chunky knit throw after a long day on the beach, especially in the cooler months. We’re obsessed with this find from Serena & Lily.
Crafted from marble and gold-tone metal, this chic toothbrush holder lets guests unpack their toiletry bag and really feel at home.
Keep cotton robes in your bathrooms for guests to use in case they forgot theirs. We’re loving this classic navy and white striped find from J.Crew.
A clear carafe and accompanying glass are a chic way to keep water on bedside tables for overnight guests.
Completely natural and biodegradable, sea sponges are a great way to wash off in the shower, and they look pretty and beachy just sitting on a bathroom counter.
A stack of turquoise and white striped beach towels are easy for guests to grab as they head down to the shore for a day on the beach.
Buy it: Kassatex Alanya Beach Towel, $45
Keep a couple of wide-brim straw hats in your closet for when guests need some respite from the sun.
Every well-stocked beach house has plenty of sunscreen to pass around. This spray is great for beach activities because it is water-resistant for up to 80 minutes.
It's something you can't go without, so keep several on hand for friends and family who need to use one when they come to stay.
Bleached wood vases made from mango wood are beachy, fun finds to hold fresh flowers for guests’ bedrooms.
A candle on a bedside table or in a bathroom welcomes guests with a sweet aroma. We’re fans of the coconut milk mango scent of this one.
Wine + Cheese
When guests are coming in from the beach and having drinks, have some of this Spanish cheese (made from raw sheep’s milk) to pull out for an easy appetizer.
Linen keeps moisture at bay, so it keeps you cool in the summer and warm in the winter, making this sweetly-striped linen duvet a solid choice for beach house bedrooms.
Whether you’re using these adorable turquoise glasses for morning juice or happy hour, everyone enjoys a drink more when it’s served in a cute glass.
When it’s time for appetizers, up the ante by serving cheese, fruit, and crackers on this charming acacia and marble board.
A waffle party is a sure way to keep everyone happy at breakfast, and this cast iron waffle iron is our go-to.