home and interiors,  homewares

Give Your Bedroom Luxury Hotel Styling

We’re now firmly into Autumn, so, with Christmas just around the corner, this is the last chance to get 2022’s home improvements in place. In particular, you may find your bedroom needs a bit of TLC in order to make it your dream space.

Your bedroom should be your sanctuary, the place where you can relax and unwind, and a touch of hotel luxury can only be a good thing. We all have those WoW! moments when we walk into a beautiful hotel room, luxuriate on a dream bed and slide between those perfect sheets. You never want to leave, but now you can replicate that feeling in your own home.

Now, in this post I am going to expand on some ideas to turn your bedroom into your personal sanctuary.

Bed Linen for hotels, in your own home

It’s the one thing we always notice about the nest hotels, those beautiful crisp cotton sheets. You can’t wait to slide into them, feeling cool and comfortable, and oh so cosy. The great thing is you can actually get that same feeling at home with Bed Linen for Hotels, who actually provide incredible quality hotel bedding, towels and pillows to the hotel sector, but are also available for domestic purchasing too.

Your bedroom deserves the best linen you can afford, and this is affordable. Opt for white to give you that hotel finish, and then get practicing at turning your hand towels into swans, and watch for the chocolate on your pillow!

 Give your bed some va-va voom

 Your bed is the central focus of your room so as well as the linen, you also need to make it look as appealing as possible. This doesn’t necessarily mean purchasing a whole new suite – you can even jazz it up with something as simple as a headboard. A beautiful metal headboard in chrome can completely change the look of your bed.


Create the illusion of space

If you’re not blessed with the luxury of extra space, you can make your bedroom look all the bigger by employing a few tips. First off, consider painting or papering your room in brighter colours, which instantly open up a room. Second, think about the first thing your eye is drawn to when you enter the room – is it something big and bulky? Try moving furniture to have smaller items as the point of focus, which will create the illusion of freeing up extra space.


Make a personal dresser

This is the room where you’ll inevitably be primping and preening yourself, so you should make an effort to have this area of the bedroom looking organised. Put in a cheap dressing table, even if it’s just a side table, and arrange your products neatly around the mirror. Keep it far from the bed if you can to avoid any accidents.


Add those individual touches

This is particularly fitting if you’re co-habiting with a significant other. While distractions are a no-no, there’s nothing wrong with having a few photos around the place. You could get creative and add some quirky photo frames around the place, filled with personal photos of your favourite memories.


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