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12 Simple Tips to Create a Boutique-Hotel Style Bedroom

Boutique-hotel bedroom always lends a sense of luxury and self-indulgence. Everybody loves a glamorous hotel room. You can also create one at home so you don’t need to spend your weekend away from home to escape to a retreat. Adding hotel luxe doesn’t necessarily mean stressing your credit card. Simply adding the right details, you can achieve the lavish look of the hotel room.

1. Glossy Work Desk

Glossy Boutique-Hotel Style Work Desk(image credit: houzz.com)

Boutique hotel always features a work desk and this simple-chic white table in high gloss with shiny stainless steel legs exudes the feeling of sleek elegance. The large painting above the work desk brings hotel luxe and sheen to the bedroom.

2. Make-A-Statement Wallpaper

Make-A-Statement Wallpaper(image credit: houzz.com)

Bring boutique-hotel feel to the bedroom by adding high-impact wallpaper treatment behind the bed. The dramatic wallpaper becomes a focal point in the bedroom and also adds a touch of luxe to the bedroom.

3. Soundproofing Carpeted Floor

Soundproofing Carpeted Floor(image credit: houzz.com)

You can’t possibly go wrong with a carpeted floor for a boutique-hotel vibe. It also offers the functionality of soundproofing for a comfy and quiet room to relax and enjoy a good book. Silence is golden.

4. Big Upholstered Headboard

Big Upholstered Headboard(image credit: houzz.com)

Team your bed with a high upholstered headboard to give the room a shot of boutique-hotel style. It’s the “play with scale” technique often adopted by hotels to trick the eyes into thinking that the room feels bigger than it really is.

5. Shams and Decorative Pillows

Shams and Decorative Pillows(image credit: houzz.com)

The way you dress and layer up your bed is important to create a sophisticated boutique-hotel feel. This inviting bedroom steals many of the tricks used by hotels to create a luxe look, including a cluster of pillows in contrasting textures and a footstool at the end of the bed.

6. Seating Area

Boutique-Hotel Seating Area(image credit: houzz.com)

Add a sofa or chaise at the end of the bed if the room length allows or or at the corner of the room to create a comfortable seating area so that you can cuddle with your loved one while enjoying a conversation or reading a few pages of good book before hitting the sack.

7. Bedside Lamps or Lighting

Boutique-Hotel Bedside Lamps or Lighting(image credit: houzz.com)

Boutique hotels always have bedside lamps or lighting within arm’s reach to offer a light spot for reading as a relaxing pastime. The floating bedside table and lamp in the photo make a feature of the bed.

8. Statement Ceiling Light Fixture

Statement Ceiling Light Fixture(image credit: houzz.com)

Another boutique hotel staple is the statement light fixture. The glistening chandelier at the center of the room provides gentle illumination at night and adds glamor to the room.

9. White Bed Linen

Boutique-Hotel White Bed Linen(image credit: houzz.com)

Crisp, white bed linen is an important feature of a boutique hotel. Invest in luxurious bedding to make you sleep like you’re on vacation every night. The bedding here includes multiple sleeping pillows and a hotel-style duvet pulled all the way up. You can also fold the duvet to halfway point of the bed to create a welcome boutique-hotel style retreat.

10. Elegant Draperies

Elegant Draperies(image credit: houzz.com)

Add texture and a touch of interest to the bedroom with the bespoke full-height draperies. The white draperies paired with the shutter windows bring a dash of hotel luxe and sleek elegance to this serene bedroom.

11. Knick-Knack Tray

Knick-Knack Tray(image credit: houzz.com)

Place a simple tray stocked with your favourite knick-knacks and books on the bed to add boutique-hotel feel to the bedroom. It provides just the right tough to make the room look inviting and welcome.

12. En Suite Bathroom

En Suite Bathroom(image credit: houzz.com)

If you are lucky to have a master suite that comes with an en suite bathroom, transform it to a retreat to escape from the hectic city life. This en suite features a bathtub with shower, an open vanity with vessel sink, and dark hue floor tiles the run all the way up the wall behind the toilet.