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Get The Look: Hotel Luxe

Who doesn’t love the elegant décor, lavish lighting & sumptuous beds that come with a luxury hotel stay. Instead of saving the glamour for special weekends away, why not incorporate a little opulence into your own bedroom at home.

Affordable ways to bring a luxury hotel feel into your home:

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  1. Light driftwood sliding doors with a stone frame & bedside units
  2. Incorporate soft mood lighting with statement metallic lamps
  3. Create a seating area with a plush, textured, button back, tub chair
  4. Add classic polished brass knobs to bedside units
  5. Key accessories include elegant gold ornaments & greenery
  6. Layer up a mixture of sumptuous bed linens & cushions

Begin with a neutral colour palette for walls & an understated pale wood flooring. White, taupe, mink, stone greys & soft greens are the perfect colours to incorporate throughout the room, along with rich materials & subtle gleaming surfaces.

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There is nothing more luxurious than a huge master bed layered with luxury linens, cushions & throws. Flowers & greenery are also key elements for recreating this look, so why not add some add some faux floral vases to your bedside units or console table. If you have a bit of extra space, create a special relaxation zone with a plush, button backed tub chair or chaise longue.

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When it comes to lighting, hotels are renowned for creating soft, mood lighting. Add a pair of matching, statement lamps to bedside tables & scatter candles throughout the room for that luxurious touch. Take a look at our Pinterest board for more inspiration

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