If you love decorating your bedroom with hotel inspired decor, then you want to think about these options when you upgrade your bedroom. We love home decor hacks and here are some ideas to perk up your bedroom in a chic hotel inspired decor.
Luxury Hotel Inspired Bedroom Ideas!
There are two types of people in the world: those who see their bedroom as a place to sleep at night and those who view it as their own private paradise. Those who find themselves in the latter category look to luxury hotels for inspiration about creating their hideout. Here are five fancy ways to upgrade your bedroom into a luxury hotel where the only guest who matters is you.
Invest in a Great Mattress
There’s nothing like stepping into a luxury suite and falling onto a mattress that feels like a cloud. Investing in a high-quality mattress can make a significant difference in your overall sleep quality and set the tone for the rest of your private retreat.
A natural latex mattress offers a balance between softness and support that will provide the relaxation of a luxury hotel without the potential long-term damage of an overly soft mattress.
When we upgraded our mattress, it really changed the quality of our sleep. Always make sure your mattress is suited to your sleep needs, and be sure to do the research!
Having the best mattress you can buy is the best place to start when upgrading your bedroom, as it allows you to fall in bed, close your eyes and forget about your surroundings.
Lighting can impact the mood of a room and can help you relax after a long, hard day. For a bedroom, dim, warm lighting is ideal with various sources. Large windows allow natural light to shine through, while adjustable lamps offer a balance between ambiance and functionality.
Look at incorporating motion sensor lights in your closet and bright bulbs around your mirror or vanity. The more options, the more luxurious your room will feel. Also, having automatic lighting around the base of your bed will make the transition to mornings a little smoother, as well as keep you in a mellow state if you have to get out of bed in the middle of the night.
Mirrors are another way to play up the lighting as they reflect natural light and make the room look bigger. Having a full-length mirror on the closet doors or in a well-lit area can enhance the area in a multitude of ways.
Pillows and Fabrics
Incorporate luxurious fabrics in the form of accent pillows and curtains throughout the room. These fabrics should create a cohesive design scheme that ties the room together.
Lush, luxurious curtains not only add an elegant vibe to the room, but they also double as blackout curtains to create an ideal sleeping environment to improve sleep quality.
To upgrade your room, add hanging canopies around your bed for a Victorian essence that will help you create a private oasis within your personal retreat.
If you don’t want to go for the expensive decorator canopies, you can always get creative and use beautiful mosquito netting instead and get the same hotel inspired look in your bedroom! Creative thinking!
The way you set up your room to optimize the space also plays a significant role in the flow of the room. Most hotel rooms have in common optimized space and multitasking furniture.
Incorporating a small sitting area in your bedroom adds dimension and gives you a place to retreat to with a cup of coffee in the morning. You could even create a small coffee station in your bedroom and wake up to the smell of your favorite brew. Organize your room in a way that makes it look larger than it is, taking a minimalist approach to the furniture while keeping clutter to a minimum.
Select Your Art
Hotel rooms often have oversized pieces of art that fill in blank walls and give hotel dwellers something to look at and admire. The art tends to be random at best and impersonal at worst. And this is where you get to shine and add some personality to your room.
There are different ways you could go when selecting art for your room, but it should have two main features: it captures the atmosphere you’re going for and elicits an emotional response. It should be a collection of small, complementary pieces or one large piece that acts as a conversation piece.
In the room below, you can see how this cool-toned oversize artwork matches the curtains! What a divine way to get that hotel inspired look when you upgrade your bedroom!
By taking the components of a luxury hotel inspired room and combining them with your personal flair, you can create a beautiful escape from the world in the comfort of your own home.
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