The bedroom is a place to relax and unwind. It's also the ideal place to experiment with different styles, colours and textures. Here are some of our favourite boutique hotel bedrooms from around the world that showcase how this can be done successfully in a stylish way:
Create a calm atmosphere for your boutique hotel bedroom
When you're designing a boutique hotel bedroom space, it's important to create the perfect atmosphere so that when you go to bed it feels like you're in your own little world. If you can find a way of achieving this, then it will make your life much easier and more comfortable.
If you are looking for inspiration for design ideas on how to create this kind of environment, here's what we recommend:
• Use soft furnishings and fabrics as well as light colours such as white or cream. Don't use bold or bright colours because they may be too stimulating for someone who wants to relax before going off to sleep at night-time.
• Choose natural materials such as wood or stone instead of synthetic surfaces such as plastic or metal because these might reflect too much light into the room which would disrupt your ability to get some restful sleep after working all day long during daytime hours (or whatever reason).
Get the bed right
When it comes to your boutique hotel bedroom, the bed will be the focal point. It's important that you choose a size that suits the room and style of your boutique hotel and that it has enough space around it so you can move around easily. You should also consider whether or not you want a headboard, as well as how big or small you want your bed frame to be in relation to other furniture in the room. The same goes for choosing a bedspread; make sure it suits both your personal taste and the style of your boutique hotel.
Product: Aphrodite Fabric Bed
Lighting is an important consideration when decorating your boutique hotel bedroom. You should determine the function of the room and how much light you need, as well as the style of this room and how much light is needed. It's also important to think about the type of lighting that would work best in a given situation—whether it be overhead lighting, table lamps or wall sconces.
If you want an ambient glow but don't want to keep turning on all your lights every time you get up in the night for something, consider installing dimmer switches so that it's easy to adjust them depending on what time of day or night it is. This will save money on electricity as well as help preserve natural resources since turning off unnecessary lights saves energy too!
Artwork and quirky features
Artwork and quirky features can be used to create a sense of space and a unique aesthetic, which is especially important in smaller bedrooms. There are a few different ways to do this:
• Use artwork that reflects the hotel's brand: Use art that aligns with the values and identity of the brand, or pairs well with the tone of the design.
• Think about the type of painting or photo that would work best with the size and shape of the room; for example, if the room has high ceilings, then go for something large-scale so that it looks balanced on the wall (and doesn't dwarf everything else).
Storage and organisation
For storage and organisation, you might want to opt for something like a dresser or bookshelf. The dresser is used for storing clothing items that aren't immediately needed (such as summer clothes). The bookshelf is used for storing various items such as stationery or odds and ends.
It's important to make it easy to keep the bedroom neat and tidy so that it doesn't look disorganised or cluttered; this helps create an atmosphere where guests can relax.
Product: Linea Bedroom furniture Collection
Soft furnishings are a great way to make a room feel relaxing, calm and comfortable. Use fabrics that are soft and comfortable, with different textures and colours. Look for furniture made from natural materials such as wood or leather if you want your room to look more modern.
If you have a small space where there isn’t much room for furniture, then use the bed as the focal point of the room by covering it with a comforter or duvet cover that has texture on one side and is smooth on the other side. When choosing curtains, choose ones that are either lined with silk or made from cotton – these materials will help keep light pollution at bay by absorbing more light than other fabrics such as polyester.
Soft lighting is another important consideration – incandescent bulbs are warm but expensive to run so we recommend LED lights which give off less heat than traditional bulbs do (but still emit plenty of light).
Hotel bedrooms are an ideal space to get creative
A bedroom is an intimate space. As a result, it's the perfect place to experiment with different styles. You can use online tools to plan your design ideas and then make changes as your imagination takes you in new directions!
You can also use your bedroom as a showcase for some unique themes—whether this is fine art or antiques, this is the ideal place for them. It's one of the few places where you can express a brand or aesthetic freely, so use this platform to get a little creative.
We hope you have found these ideas useful and will be able to put them into practice. As mentioned above, the bedroom is one of the best places to experiment with different styles and create a space that reflects your brand. So whether you want to make a statement or create a space for tranquillity, don’t be afraid to take some risks!