Stepping into luxury hotel rooms, with their superb interior design and style, can bring a feeling of utter delight and relaxation. With an eye for design, you can bring similar style to your own bedroom. A few essential items will help you create a luxury bedroom suite all your own.
Tips to Decorate Your Bedroom Look Luxury Hotel Rooms
Paint your room a color that complements your bedroom furniture. Select muted hues that bring warmth or tranquility to the room. To complement dark wood furniture, try a warm mocha shade. Many colors can work to create a luxurious hotel-style bedroom, but avoid using colors that are too overpowering or bright. Keep in mind the size of your room. Dark colors can make a room appear drab and much smaller than it is.
Hang window treatments that will both block the sun and look appealing. For extra drama, elegance and luxury, select window panels one to two feet longer than the window’s length, so excess fabric bunches on the floor a bit. Choose dark widow panels in a heavy fabric to help block the sun, allowing you to sleep longer — just as though you were at a hotel.
Add color-coordinated bedding. Select luxurious Egyptian cotton with a high thread count so you can slumber in luxury and softness. Choose white or cream colored sheets to replicate a hotel bedroom. When selecting your comforter, consider the color of the walls and what colors will complement one another. To top it off, you can add a monogrammed pillow to the bedding ensemble, for a touch both personal and hotel luxurious.
Add simple and elegant lighting to the room. A table on either side of the bed, an elegant lamp on each, will create a polished and sophisticated look. Metal or crystal lamps can be attractive and elegant. A dark lampshade sets a more tranquil mood, while a white lampshade gives off brighter light.
Keep nightstands and dressers clear of clutter. Add simple touches such as a square glass vase with fresh flowers. A small alarm clock or a few framed pictures may also be added on night stands or dressers. While hotel bedrooms come equipped with televisions on the dresser, this comes down to a matter of personal preference, but for more restful sleep, Mayo Clinic advises against watching television in bed.Decorating your master bedroom like luxury hotel rooms will make it a retreat where you can rejuvenate and restore your mind and body.