10 Ways to Decorate Your Bedroom Like a Luxury Hotel
I'm pretty sure everyone loves a good getaway, but it's so sad that for the rest of the year we're stuck in our cities and in our countries. No Burj Khalifa, no Paris, no Milan, no New York. Nobody's going anywhere. So wouldn’t it be great to decorate your bedroom like a luxury hotel?
After all, the good thing about visiting all these places is that you get to experience luxury. I just love everything about it, but it's too expensive to keep up with that lifestyle. So I’m sharing my best tips with you today on how to make your bedroom feel like a hotel.
How to decorate your bedroom like a luxury hotel
Being in a luxury hotel is not just about the food or great service. It's because every single thing in there is meant to make you comfortable and feel at ease. It just feels like nothing else matters outside there.
So, just imagine if you can feel like this every day. Imagine that you're in a hotel room every day of your life. How would you like to make your own small bedroom feel like a luxury hotel room?
Let's run through a few tips on how to turn your regular sleeping space into a luxury bedroom.
1. Stick to neutral colors
Most luxury hotel rooms are either white or neutral colors, and that's because they expect a lot of guests to come in with different tastes and styles. So, it is wise to play it safe with neutral colors in your own bedroom at home.
Your first color should be neutral, but since it's your personal space, you can afford to use whatever color it is that suits your personality and your style, and then you can accentuate it with any kind of wall treatments or decorations you like. Your sheets and duvets are not to be left out. Make your bed in white.
2. Make your bed extra cozy
Make sure that your duvet and pillowcases are full of fiber and as fluffy as possible. It may be difficult to wash your duvets as often as hotels do, so it's wise to get a duvet case or a duvet cover. That's just like your pillowcase that you take out anytime it gets dirty and wash it. The same applies to duvet covers and duvet cases.
3. Have lots of pillows
Have at least four sub pillows on your bed and at least two throw pillows. I think I have about five. I just like having a lot of throw pillows all over the place. The throw pillows can either be furry or made of any comfortable material.
4. Buy an overlay stash
Another thing you should have on the bed is an overlay stash. An overlay stash should be made of luxury fabric and really fine fabric. Most times it matches with the throw pillow, and this is just to give the room some style and some class.
5. Select the best lighting options
Lighting is a very important part of luxury bedrooms. You need bright lights as well as mood lights and accent lights. You should also have a lamp stand or a table lamp by your bed and, if possible, a control switch by your bed, so that you don't have to stand up all the time to control the lights or turn off the lights.
6. Don’t forget the headboard
Hotel beds are usually upholstery beds with high headboards or beautifully made beds with fine wood. This kind of bed usually has a feel and taste of luxury. If your bed doesn't come with side drawers, you can get a bespoke one, or get a side stool to put your lamp on top of.
7. Invest in a good mattress
You also need to invest in a good mattress. Get a firm one or an orthopedic one as most hotels do. It is not only comfortable and durable, but it is also good for your back and your physical well-being.
8. Buy an area rug
How would you love to get off the bed and your feet fall onto a lush soft comfy surface? You need to get a good rug, preferably a four rug or a shaggy rug. The rug can, however, be any color as long as it fits to the general idea or the theme of the bedroom, and the size of the rug should also be at your discretion, depending on how big your space is.
9. Set up an entertainment system
Next, you need a good entertainment system and a nice big screen. How I love to watch movies. I can do that all day. Every hotel has that, and you certainly don't want to leave your bedroom to go to the living room to watch something on TV.
10. Create a sitting area
You also need to create a sitting area for yourself and maybe a guest in your room. It's typically a coffee table and a chair depending on how big your room is, so that you can be lazy off the bed and lazy off the sofa and just keep lazing in your room.
Still wondering how to make your bedroom feel like a hotel? Here are other things that can help you achieve this:
Number one, make sure to declutter your space. Keep your clothes in the wardrobe and shoes on the rack.
Number two, keep your bedroom clean.
Number three, keep the air clean and fresh and, above all else, you have to learn to turn off your phone sometimes or put it on silent. You really don't want to be trying to sleep and someone is buzzing your phone.
Number four, sometimes you also need to order some takeout and pretend to have breakfast in bed.
Luxury hotel bedroom
How to decorate your bedroom like a luxury hotel
There you have it, my ideas for how to decorate your bedroom like a luxury hotel. Comment down below on how you’ll save money by creating a luxury experience for yourself right at home.