LUXURIOUS BEDROOM IDEAS: HOW TO GET THE LUXURY HOTEL LOOK AT HOME

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LUXURIOUS BEDROOM IDEAS: HOW TO GET THE LUXURY HOTEL LOOK AT HOME

LUXURIOUS BEDROOM IDEAS: HOW TO GET THE LUXURY HOTEL LOOK AT HOME

 

Luxurious bedroom ideas will help you recreate that luxury hotel look at home. You’ll never want to get out of bed again! Even if you are decorating a small bedroom or are on a budget, many of these ideas will work for you, too.

If you’re like me, you love a beautiful hotel room. Besides the fact that someone is making the bed for you, luxury hotel rooms make you feel like you never want to leave. Everything about them says rest and relaxation and feels totally luxurious it may surprise you to find that many of these ideas don’t have to cost a lot of money…luxury on a budget! https://www.chameleondesignsinteriors.co.uk working across Norfolk and London, can make the most of your budget, be on a single room or a series of rooms and spaces. We can further assist with planning, design and decoration.

START WITH LUXURIOUS SHEETS

The first idea on the luxurious bedroom ideas list is to buy luxurious sheets. While this is more of a “feel” thing than a “look”, if you’re only going to do one thing to upgrade your bedroom, I think this should be it.

Every time you get into bed, those sheets make you feel like you are being wrapped in luxury. Hotels like to use white sheets (they are the easiest to clean). You could go with crisp white at home, too…but a colour that matches your decor also works well.

LAYER YOUR BEDDING

You’ll notice that most hotels give you at least 3 layers of bedding. The sheets, a blanket and a duvet.

Those bedding layers let you adjust how warm you are in bed by adding or removing layers.

It also helps to make the bed look beautiful when it’s made!

DRESS THE BED

Speaking of making the bed look beautiful, you’ll find that most luxury hotels do what they call dressing the bed. Which basically means turning down the top of the sheet so that it folds over the top of the duvet.

It shows off the layers of bedding and makes the bed look more interesting…as well as making it easier to pull the sheets back when you’re ready to go to bed.

USE A RUG AROUND THE BED

Now that we’ve covered the bedding, the next area of concern is where your feet land when you get out of bed.

Even if the room has hardwood or tile floors, in a luxury hotel, a rug always covers the floor around the bed.

The rug prevents you from being jolted awake in the morning by your feet touching a cold floor…and just feels more luxurious under foot

CHOOSE BEDSIDE TABLES WITH PIZZAZZ

The next entry on my list of luxurious bedroom ideas is to use nightstands with pizzazz.

Since the bed area is the focal point of any bedroom, the bedside tables are front and center when you enter the room.

So they need to be something worth looking at.

UPGRADE THE HARDWARE

If you already have nightstands that need a little something to make them stand out more, try upgrading the hardware. It’s an inexpensive way to add some pizzazz to what you already own. My mother updated her bedside tables with some mirror and glass pulls, which totally transformed it.

HANG MIRRORS BEHIND THE BEDSIDE TABLES

Hanging mirrors behind your bedside tables is another one of the luxurious bedroom ideas that will help to upgrade your bedroom. The mirrors add some depth to the wall, and reflect light back into the room, which helps to add a little sparkle.

USE A HEADBOARD YOU CAN LEAN ON

Hotel rooms always have headboards you can lean on if you are sitting up in bed. Partly because the rooms can be small and you may need to use the bed as a seating area while you’re watching TV. But it is absolutely one of the little things that make the room feel more luxurious.

I have experienced this effect first hand. I used to have a wrought iron canopy bed in my bedroom. Which was really pretty, but very uncomfortable to lean against.

So when I made over my bedroom, I went for an upholstered headboard, and I will never go back. Reading in bed is so much more comfortable! And since I rarely have time to sit down and read, this is a luxury I really appreciate!

PAINT OR WALLPAPER THE WALLS

For those of you who have been around here for a while, you know I’m not a big fan of white walls anywhere in my house. So it probably wasn’t much of a surprise that I didn’t paint my bedroom walls white, either.

However, you’ll notice that high-end hotels don’t paint their bedroom walls white, either. It’s tricky to make a white room look inviting and warm, so they go for other relaxing colours (often grays, greens and blues) that will help guests to sleep better.

USE A SYMMETRICAL ARRANGEMENT

You will also notice that luxury hotels use symmetrical arrangements around the bed. The bedside tables and lamp arrangement on one side of the bed is always the same as the other side.

That’s because symmetry is calming, so if you want to feel relaxed while you’re in your bedroom, a symmetrical arrangement is the way to go.

ADD LAYERS TO YOUR WINDOWS

Another feature of hotel rooms that helps to add the feeling of luxury is using curtains instead of blinds. All of that fabric makes the room feel softer and more luxurious.

Hotel rooms usually have at least 2 rows of curtains, and sometimes 3:a blackout curtain whose sole purpose is to make the room dark, and a curtain which may or may not close, but looks beautiful many hotel rooms also have sheers which give the window some privacy without blocking all the light.

While you may not want to add all of these to your won windows, hanging curtains with a blackout lining is an easy way to get the same feeling.

HANG A CHANDELIER

To me, nothing says luxury like a sparkling chandelier. Which is why I have one in almost every room in my house…including the bedroom.

Whether you go for a chandelier or some other kind of light fixture you love, getting rid of the builder grade ceiling light fixture is a must if you want to upgrade your bedroom.

You won’t see the “boob” light in a luxury hotel room!

ADD LAYERS OF LIGHTING

You’ll notice layers of lighting in pretty much all hotel rooms. They have the overhead lights that turn on at the door, the floor lamps placed in the corners, and table lamps on the bedside tables and desk.

Add even more to your bedroom by having a second set of lights on the bed that are strictly for reading…so you can stay up with your book and not disturb your partner who wants to sleep.

All of these options let you provide as much or as little lighting as you want.

https://www.chameleondesignsinteriors.co.uk based in Norfolk can help with projects large or small and help make the most of your budget.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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