As we briefly mentioned, a hotel bedroom crosses over with luxurious bedroom ideas. Imagine a luxury hotel room and recreate it in your bedroom.
So, you will obviously want the space to feel luxurious and that can be done with the furniture you pick out. However, making use of natural light can brighten up the room to open up the space and make it feel light and airy. A hotel-style bedroom tends to have a modern look with the use of clean lines so the room is calming. As for the furniture, there is more than just a bed in luxury hotel rooms. Usually, there will be some seating area variation for you to relax or get ready and appreciate the room you are in.
We can count on hotel rooms to give us a good night's sleep so why wouldn't you want to replicate that at home? A hotel-style bedroom has a relaxed style so you will feel calm when you get into bed. The colours used are fairly neutral so there will be no bold distractions while you drift off. Hotel room decoration is simplistic too, making it a clutter-free design, which means falling asleep can be much easier.
Now, it's time to plan your hotel-style bedroom ideas with some stylish and inviting items. Beds are super important to your bedroom but so is the aesthetic of the room because it can change the way you feel. You want a space that is chilled and light, yet still gorgeous.
It is your own bedroom you're decorating so make sure you're happy with it – take our inspiration and run with it.
You will find that in many hotel bedrooms, an oversized headboard is used behind the bed to give the illusion of a larger space.
Typically hotel style bedrooms use a double bed, but that's not to say you can't go for a bigger bed in your own bedroom. The size of the bed frame is all dependent on the room you have for it.
This bed frame has a luxurious design with a tall, cushioned headboard. It uses the fabric from top to bottom of the frame so it is completely soft. We have opted for the natural shade because it is a creamy beige tone that works beautifully with the rest of the colour palette. The base of the bed is pretty simple but it is exactly what you need to rest on after a long day. It provides the perfect support for your comfy mattress.
On the other hand, if you are just looking for a headboard to work with your current bed frame then this is the one for you. Again, we have picked out a natural colour to replicate what you would get in a hotel room. This is likely to be the focal point of the bedroom so the deep button detailing does the job you need it to.
It stands over double the size of a standard bed, therefore it can be classed as an oversized headboard. Those looking for large bedroom ideas can also benefit from this product to fill vertical space.
If you're wanting the look of a hotel room then why not get the comfort too? Pillows in hotels are often soft for you to sink into but have a high loft to give you plenty of support. Of course, when it comes to choosing pillows, you will need to make sure you're picking one to suit your sleep style too.
Many hotels use down filling pillows in their rooms – such as goose feather and down. We have gone for something similar but instead of feathers, we have chosen a microfibre alternative. Soak and Sleep have reasonably priced pillow pair that are lightweight yet they give you a medium firm firmness. There is also the option of soft medium firmness if you're looking for a fluffier pillow.
Hotel bedding tends to be plain – you won't be seeing any crazy geometric patterns on the duvet cover. Hotel-style bedsheets should have an elegance and chic look to them inspired by boutique bedroom ideas. Bedding is a key feature in hotel room interiors.
This flat sheet is soft to the touch and gives a sumptuous finish to the bed. Majority of hotel rooms you stay in, will have a flat sheet under the duvet – that's how you know you're on a city break. You can either use it with the same purpose as a fitted (bottom) sheet or more commonly as a top sheet between you and your duvet. Therefore, it is going to be in contact with your skin no matter what so you want it to be gentle.
The matching duvet, pillowcases and fitted sheet are also available so you can have the complete set.
A hotel-style bedroom are likely to have blackout curtains across the window to keep the light out and help you have an undisturbed night. Of course, there is always a pile of extra blankets in the cupboard so you won't ever have to worry about being too cold.
Dress the bed with this lovely runner. Rather than having an extra large blanket thrown over that makes you too warm, you can opt for this styling technique. It can lay across the centre of your bed to split up the block of white from the bedding. With the addition of a simple accessory, this style throw can add texture and depth to your room. It can work well with other colours and designs, plus it has the basic border around it to keep the clean style.
We have to have matching which is why we have paired this cushion with the throw in the same pattern. It has the subtle design to it and we chose the silver shade. It looks beautiful against the white bedsheets, and fits with the natural colour scheme. You could get a couple of these cushions to sit in front of your pillow, or you can just get the one to have placed in the centre of your pillows.
To keep with the clean and elegant aesthetic, this pair of curtains are exactly what you need to complete the room. They are floor length curtains that are great for giving the illusion of high ceiling and a larger bedroom. The light-filtering lining will help to reduce the amount of light that gets into the room, so you can stay asleep without any unwanted distractions. Picking white curtains pairs well with the white bedding we mentioned above.
When it comes to the furniture in a hotel bedroom, there's usually not a lot of pieces in the room. The main thing you will find are bedside tables either side of the bed and perhaps a desk or vanity dresser. So, this section is fairly easy.
Light oak is a good choice when you have a neutral colour palette. The light wood is used from top to bottom and adds some warmth to the bedroom. Having the panel on the front is a great way to bring more textures and depth to a hotel-style bedroom – you don't want it the space to feel flat. The raised sides on top are perfect for keeping everything in place and creates a cosy area for all your bedside essentials. There's plenty of room for a lamp, book and candle to help you fall asleep.
Again, with hotel-style bedroom there is minimum decor so you can included as much or as little as you want in your master bedroom. You can have just a few accessories and table lamps for the bedroom to be complete.
This is all we're featuring for the hotel room decor because it is all you really need. The ceramic table lamp comes in a white and cream colourway so it's made up of the two shades we have picked throughout the hotel-style bedroom ideas. The sculpted base is a timeless design that will work with any style. It's finished off with the linen lamp shade which brings the natural beauty. Everything about this table lamp is gorgeous.
Sometimes hotel rooms don't have any wall art but when they do, it's usually one or two neutral prints or a luxurious piece of artwork. Here are a couple of suggested prints for you to add to your hotel-style bedroom.
Forgive Art Print – A print that's made up of neutral colours – beige, nude and grey – to create a calming and abstract design. This would look incredible on an accent wall printed large.
Tranquil Art Print – Take the relaxing feel to the next level with this print. It is made up of the same colours as the previous print so they could work nicely as a pair.
A hotel-style bedroom is a broad interior design so your options are endless. There are the key points that we have mentioned in this article which give a good starting point, but once you have thought about those, the rest of the style is up to you.
There's a reason hotel bedrooms have similar styling and that's because it works wonders for a space for you to fall asleep. They use neutral tones, a minimalist approach and timeless products. Enjoy your fresh and new hotel-style bedroom – with the bonus of sleeping better!