Check into your own pampering space, with a boutique-chic inspired bedrooms. Get inspired by our pick of best hotel-style bedrooms.
Choose a bold colour scheme such as plum or charcoal grey to create an opulent hotel-like feel to your bedroom. Opt for walls and carpet in this rich shade for an ultra-chic backdrop. Dress the bed with high-thread count white bedlinen and plump feather pillows. Pile the bed high with faux-fur and satin cushions.
Keep furniture chic in a hotel-style bedroom. Opt for high-gloss bedside cabinets and wardrobes. Go for industrial-style lighting for a contemporary theme, with bare light bulbs hanging in clusters above the bed.
For a zen-like hotel-style bedroom, opt for a backdrop of white walls and stripped white floorboards. Add a modern four-poster bed to create a centerpiece to the room and dress the bed with white and zesty green bedlinen. Accessorise with a leafy green lampshade, rug or if you’re feeling really creative a floral wall stencil. Alternatively, add a bold pink floral feature wall and layer the bed with brightly coloured cushions.
If you fancy a glamorous hotel-style bedroom opt for a silver and grey palette for the room. A French-chateau style double bed with a curvaceous frame and Rococo details will add a real sense of decadence. Team this luxe look with a glass chandelier and a metallic feature wall.
If you are a fan of vintage style then opt for a retro colour palette such as yellow and brown in your hotel-style bedroom. Accessorise with vintage-inspired features such as a reconditioned telephone or a retro lamp.
Create a sleek urban hotel-style bedroom with tartan-checked flooring in black and white. Team this modern look with a black wooden framed bed and square-shaped lampshades. Paint walls an icy blue for a super-stylish finish.
A bold floral feature wall adds a bold centepiece to a bedroom. In contrast keep carpets and flooring neutral. Team the look with a dark-wood bed with oversized headboard. Complete the look with white bedlinen and a satin throw and cushions in deep-plum tones.
Be bold – drench your room in indigo blue. A saturated scheme requires some pluck, but the effect is so dramatic, it’s well worth taking the plunge.
Choose a deep shade of dark blue for the walls, then paint the skirting boards to match and go for a carpet in the same shade for an inky scheme that’s ultra-chic.
A grey upholstered bed is perfect for a luxury look – try Heal’s or Argos for similar – and go for crisp white bed linen that has a blue border or stripe. Keep furniture sleek and smart, for example, shop for high-gloss side tables instead of traditional bedside cabinets – and dress the room with navy accessories with sexy silhouettes.
Hang industrial lighting for the final finishing touch to this contemporary scheme. Look for bare light bulbs, and hang them in a cluster for a statement focal point.
For a glamorous hotel-style bedroom, go for a silver, grey and plum scheme.
This look is all about luxurious textures – so choose heavy velvet curtains, silk cushions and soft chenille rugs for a sumptuous boudoir that’s a restful retreat.
Opt for a theatrical, French-chateau-style bed – ornate carvings, Rococo details and a curvaceous frame; Graham and Green‘s Antoinette bed is perfect for this look.
Choose a white or silver-painted bed for a glam look and go for matching bedroom furniture. Pretty metallic wallpaper and a glittery glass chandelier light fitting will complete this decadent scheme. Ooh la la!
Decorate with black and white for a beautiful bedroom that oozes hotel style.
Dramatic black walls can work if you choose a pale carpet or flooring to lighten the look.
Go for an upholstered button-back headboard – like this one from Made – for a smart but soft look, then layer the bed with quilts in grey and charcoal to soften the look further with texture.
Find your inner zen in a hotel-style bedroom that?s like a luxury oriental retreat.
Paint walls and floorboards white for a calm, serene atmosphere, then choose a modern four-poster bed frame such as these ones from Lombok.
Accessorise with leaf-green lamps, like these from Debenhams, vases and bed linen and choose furniture with clean lines, bamboo finishes and geometric patterns. Keep things fresh with zesty green.
Create a sleek urban hotel-style bedroom.
Take inspiration from boutique Edinburgh hotels and decorate your bedroom in a masculine, Scottish style for a smart look.
Be bold – go for a tartan patterned carpet in chic black and white. It’s stylish but will also hide dirt and fluff – so it’s practical, too. Very has a tartan rug that would work well if you aren’t feeling that brave.
Choose a boxy, black wooden bed frame, like this one from Homebase, and go for square shaped lamp shades and smart black and white accessories. Dress the bed simply but smartly with crisp white cotton sheets and a black throw.
If you want to inject some colour, keep it cool – an icy pale blue on the walls looks super-stylish – find paint at Craig and Rose.
Photograph: Mark Scott
Create a balanced hotel-style bedroom.
For a harmonious, balanced bedroom that’s easy to relax in, get the perfect mix of dark and light colours.
Keep carpets or flooring, curtains, three walls and ceiling pale and light to make the room feel spacious – but paper the fourth wall with a dark and dramatic patterned paper to inject some colour and warm the look up. Try Wallpaper Direct for some eye-catching designs.
Dark wooden furniture adds to the cosy feel, try Dunelm for a selection of styles. Dress your bed with dark and light elements; crisp white bed linen and dark, patterned cushions and quilts will create a smart, balanced look.
For the final finshing touch, find a lampshade that’s patterned with both dark and light colours – for example, a dark brown lampshade with a cream stripe, or vice versa.
Photograph: Nikki Crisp
Passion for pattern?
Choose a retro colour palette such as yellow and brown. Accessorise with designer cushions and vintage-inspired items; Look for lamps that echo the 1960s and reconditioned telephones.
Be inspired by the bedrooms in an English country house hotel and create a Victorian-style scheme.
Keep three walls pale, but paper a fourth feature wall (behind the headboard) with a traditional flock pattern for some period charm. Have a look at some of Graham & Brown‘s bestsellers.
Inject yesteryear elegance with a traditional metal bedstead, Next has a good selection.
Re-install period features such as fireplaces, coving and picture rails.
Create a colourful boutique hotel-style bedroom with bold wallpaper and a luxurious four-poster bed, like this one from Anthropologie.
Mix bright colours together for an eclectic look – yellow, red, pink and blue – mix and match accessories for a really fun, creative feel. Matthew Williamson’s collection for Debenhams is ideal.
Choose vintage furniture for a relaxed, quirky look.
Turn a boring bedroom in to a luxury hotel-style pad with a statement hanging fabric panel instead of a headboard.
Hang an inexpensive curtain rail (Dunelm Mill has a good range) on the wall above your bed head, using a spirit level to ensure it’s perfectly straight.
Suspend a curtain or a hemmed panel of fabric from it for a beautiful and dramatic look.
Pick a colour from the pattern and accessorise in that shade, matching throws, cushions and flowers for a coordinated scheme. Graham and Green has a great selection of bright cushions.
If you grow tired of the look you can easily change it; Just swap the fabric for a different pattern!