Turn a room into a sophisticated sanctuary with these buys
Boutique-hotel style used to mean grand design statements, flamboyant pattern, bold colour and rich fabrics. This year’s look is quieter, but just as luxurious. Think hushed glamour as you build this look in a bedroom – start with an upholstered headboard or ottoman, then add mirrored surfaces and elegant glass accessories.
Vauville double duvet cover, £110;
Vauville throw, £225; all Fable range, Bedeck.
Simple hotel chic is all about refined luxury and pure comfort. Create a
scheme for total relaxation with cosseting materials – dress your bed
with white or cream linens that have a high thread count, then layer up a
couple of throws in the same shade to make it feel cosy and inviting.
Alexia bedside table, £175, John Lewis.
Metal frame chair, £599, West Elm
Choose a calm palette as a backdrop for this look – you can layer up
tones of white, cream, taupe, grey and nude on walls and floors, then
add one dusky accent colour, such as mauve, blush pink or duck egg for
Halo Kendra Smoked table lamp, £70, Next
This isn’t the scheme to play with pattern – stick
to subtle, barely-there prints in harmonious tones and add impact with
statement furniture and lighting, instead. Deep-buttoned upholstery and sleek metal side tables have luxe appeal, while
oversized table lamps and glass chandeliers will add wow factor. Bring
the scheme up to date by introducing hits of polished copper and classic
Vienna Ceiling Pendant, £190, Laura Ashley.
Burford end-of-bed buttoned ottoman in Dove Grey, £395, Within Home.
Create an indulgent mood with a few subtle yet stylish accessories. Choose mirrored-glass trinkets and coloured-glass vases in gentle tones for a romantic feel.
Conran Tesselated trinket box, £29.50, Marks & Spencer.
This grown-up look is feminine, but not so girlie as to scare off the man in your life. Introduce more blush pink or grey to up the Hygge factor.