How to get the boutique hotel look at home
Transform your home with these easy design tips inspired by boutique hotel style.
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If you usually look forward to staying in a beautiful hotel every now and again, you may have been missing your fix of boutique style over the last few months. However, if you love hotel interiors and the ambience they create, then why not bring some of these ideas into your own home by trying out these styling ideas for every room in the house.
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Bring the essence of a boutique hotel to your own living room by choosing luxurious fabrics and finishes. A velvet sofa is a great place to start and modern fabrics are more hardwearing and easy to clean than ever before. A rich colour palette, such as emerald greens and golds will elevate your living space.
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The bedroom is likely the first thing you think of when thinking about boutique hotels. The key to styling your bedroom in this manner is making it feel special and storing away as many items as possible so you are left with a clean blank canvas.
Built in wardrobes are a great option – if not, keeping your clothes stored away in another room is probably the way to go with this look.
Invest in high quality bedding and cushions to make your bed feel extra special and keep things symmetrical if possible for a put together and uniform look.
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Kitchens aren’t the easiest space to incorporate this trend however there are definitely ways to successfully do so. If you’re not planning on renovating your entire kitchen it’s a good idea to focus on the moveable furniture as well as your choice of accessories.
If you have a breakfast bar or overhanging worktop, grab some boutique hotel-style stools, which will instantly luxe up your kitchen – brass and velvet are popular finishes. Small changes you can make are investing in new cutlery and glassware which feel a little more special and bespoke.
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Bathrooms are an opportunity to let your creative side run wild. For a boutiuqe-hotel feel, amp up the luxury and decorative details to the max! Be inspired by this Fritz Fryer Lighting set-up and opt for a roll top bath and wall panelling. You don’t have to be bold with colour to achieve a boutique hotel feel, but make sure there is something unique about your scheme whether it be a texture, pattern or statement piece of furniture.
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