Six ways to give your bedroom a luxury feel

Six ways to give your bedroom a luxury feel


Posted 10th Dec 2018 by Peter Byrne

Are you looking to give your bedroom a touch of luxury?

After all, it should be an area where you can fully relax and chill out. Here, we find out exactly what you can do to bring a bit of hotel glamour into your room...

1. Introduce texture

Whether it's an upholstered velvet ottoman or a super soft rug, indulging some textures will give your bedroom space.

2. A sumptuous bed

The undisputed focal point of the room will be your bed - upgrading to some elegant, decadent bedding complete with a silky bedspread and plump pillows. If you're feeling especially grand, you can even go a step further, and upgrade to a four-posted bed to provide you with some guaranteed style.

3. Statement lighting

Why not give your bedroom a bold pendant or statement lampshade? You'll then have an effortless way to take your bedroom from basic to beautiful as the simple flick of a switch.

4. Get abstract with art

Give your room a pop of colour by placing a large abstract piece of art on bare walls - it also helps you make the most of your available ceiling height.

5. A peaceful colour palette

Creating the right atmosphere using calming colours such as soft greys, blush pinks and icy blues - it's a great way to reduce stress and anxiety.

6. Clear the clutter

A hotel room will feel cluttered so if you have a sleek fitted wardrobe, it's the ideal solution for hiding away any unsightly bits of your room. Opting for sliding doors not only provide a bit of flair but also give you an option if you have more space in the bedroom.

Tips courtesy of www.spaceslide.co.uk 






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