How To Give Your Home A 5-Star Hotel Makeover

Hotel rooms have a certain ‘je ne sais quoi’ that makes them so special. In reality, this is because many hotels use research when building rooms and have access to some of the best designers in the world. They also do a great job at staying aware of recent trends and know how to adapt. That doesn’t mean, however, that they’re the only ones who can do this.

By applying a few simple interior design principles, you could also make your home look and feel like a luxury hotel. Let’s take a look at a few of them.

How To Give Your Home A 5-Star Hotel Makeover
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Buy Luxury Hotel Items for Your Home

Luxury hotels are associated with several amenities. This includes massive plush towels, soft and smooth linen sheets, and decorative accents on everything. One way to give your home a five-star makeover is to buy these items for your home.

If you want the best, we suggest you take a look at luxury brands and see what they have to offer. Versace Home is a great place to start. If you’re looking for a good retailer, SSENSE has one of the largest selections of Versace home products available. They have everything from baroque towel sets to branded bathmats and black and gold duvet covers. They even have quirky items like dog cushions as well as structures that would make for great accent pieces.

Another thing you should do is buy soft, fluffy rugs that are pleasant to walk on. It could be as simple as a sheepskin rug where you first put your feet when you get out of bed in the morning.

Turn Your Bed into a Refuge

Everyone needs a good night’s sleep, and hotels rely on providing this to stay in business. They do so by providing customers with crisp white sheets, ultra-comfortable memory foam mattresses, and plush pillows. Fortunately, you can buy these items for your own bed, too.

Look for sheets that have a thread count of at least 300. Hotel sheets may be sateen or percale. It is your decision whether you want them silky smooth or with a plain weave. Percale fabric is lighter and breathes more than sateen sheets.

Once you find a set of sheets you love, buy several sets so you always have them on your bed. It is your decision whether or not you pay to have them professionally laundered, but that is the best way to get them pressed. The sheets should match the large, square Euro pillows. These have a visual impact, but they’re practical, too. Note that they do require specially sized pillowcases.

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Make Yourself More Comfortable at Home

Another thing that makes hotels what they are is making us feel comfortable. One way to do this is to invest in a plush white robe. A spa robe allows you to quickly dress after a shower or comfortably relax all day. The best spa robes will get softer over time. Pair the robe with slippers that allow you to walk around.

You can also make the overall environment warmer and cozier. For example, hotels rarely have overhead lights. Instead, they have small lamps on the sides of the bed or sconces that create gentle indirect light. If you already have lamps or sconces but don’t have this effect, replace the bulbs with those with a lower wattage. Alternatively, you could go with a softer color than what a bright white bulb produces.

Pick Up the Spa-Grade Bath Amenities

Luxury hotels are known for providing small bottles of high-end soaps, skin creams, shampoo, and other toiletries. Furthermore, they provide things like loofahs and wash clothes. Consider buying indulgent bath amenities like these for your own use. You can enjoy the feel of the soaps, moisturizers, and shampoos in the privacy of your bathroom whether or not you have a deep soaking tub or a rain shower. You could invest in a rain shower to feel cleaner each morning, too. A set of large, fluffy towels will make it easier to get out of the shower and get on with your day.

Add Fresh Flowers

Hotels typically decorate their lobbies with floral displays. Many high-end hotels put floral arrangements in the hotel rooms as well. You could replicate this effect by buying orchids or other flowers in a decorative planter. Just make sure you have large bedside tables so there is space for your flower vase and everything else you’d like to store near the bed.

Recreate the Private Dining Experience

While you can’t order room service when you live alone, you can do the next best thing – ordering baked good samples delivered to your home. Another option is buying a set of pre-mixed drinks so you can have your own mini bar.

There are few things nicer than staying at a luxury hotel. Fortunately, you can replicate that effect at home with some strategic purchases.

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