Decorating a bedroom in a way that gives it a hotel feel is in vogue in recent times. They have many distinctive features, and resting in them is a unique experience that actually makes us feel like a newborn. So how can we achieve this effect in our homes?
Match the style, the theme
Hotel style is a very general term. Think about what style suits you best. Are the accents more modern, traditional, or maybe luxurious?
Take inspiration from photos on Pinterest or Instagram and decide which style you want to invest in.
Colors and materials
Think about the color palette and materials you will use in your room. Don’t choose too many of them, preferably two or three. For a more natural look, wood, tiles that mimic concrete and some greenery will definitely add to the look. Shades of grey, white and gold will add exclusivity.
The most important element in the bedroom. It is the first thing that catches your eye when you cross the threshold. Invest in high end cotton or silk bedding. Go for neutral, uniform colors. This will give you an effect of elegance, cleanliness and comfort.
The bed should be of good quality, preferably with a deeply padded headboard, so that you can read or use your laptop more comfortably. Don’t skimp on the mattress either. Put an upholstered ottoman at the end of the bed where you can take off your shoes and relax.
A great idea is to create a corner where you can relax. Furnish it with a chaise longue, a side table or a simple table and two chairs. The choice is yours, but be sure to make sure the furniture you purchase is comfortable and its quality is unquestionable. For even more comfort, provide extra cushions to prop up your head and back.
This might seem like a fairly obvious point, but nothing could be further from the truth. You can use different types of lighting, such as mood lighting, which can take many forms, such as ceiling fixtures, wall sconces, recessed lighting, etc. It is also possible to highlight only certain accents, such as paintings, bookcases or plants.