Don't you feel just fabulous when you get to a Hotel; and just can't wait to climb onto the bed? Conversely, when you get back home, why does everything look dull and you seem to trip over as you walk in. Not everyone has the budget for an expensive interior design, but that doesn't mean that all hope is lost. Here are some fabulous, affordable interior designing tips that you can use to make your home look like a luxury hotel.
Plan a Lavish Bedroom
Ever noticed that hotel room interior design is all about the bedroom? The whole point is that you come there to shut out from the world and rest. Invest in a king-sized bed with a good quality, soft mattress. Layer your pillows.
Your bed should have two side tables with a lamp on each. Blackout curtains are an essential add-on. A small coffee table with a comfortable armchair, in your bedroom, will complete the look.
Accessorize like a Luxury Hotel
Affordable interior designing is all about attention to details. Focus on accessorizing like a luxury hotel. You can install a cappuccino maker in your bedroom and equip your bathroom with a great bathrobe and bath slippers.
Think about decorating your living room with fresh flowers and few unique showpieces. Online shopping makes accessorizing the easiest step of all, not to mention, the cheapest also.
Revamp Your Bathroom
An often ignored part of a home is the bathroom. Install wall hangings for bath and face towels. Keep at hand, toiletries including bubble bath, loofahs, and mineral oils.
If it falls within your budget, install a bathtub or a glass walk-in shower to complete the look. Hang and display towels in the bathroom and keep rolls of face napkins ready alongside your washbasin.
Stick to Neutral Shades
Notice that luxury hotel room colors are never overly feminine or masculine. Opt for pastel shades or white linen with beige walls and cream colored drapes.
White makes your room look big, reflects more light and is soothing to the eyes and mind.
The fabulous decor of a luxury hotel is complemented perfectly by how great the room smells. A pot pouri and some scented candles will help you achieve this effect in the bathroom.
Install odor eliminators and an air purifier to help you keep any foul smell at bay. Taking care of the scent in your home is vital as the smell of stale food tends to waft unattended throughout the house.
Style Your Linen
Arrange your quilt across your bed and roll up extra bedsheets along the side. Making rolls of sheets and towels is the easiest way to add a luxury hotel touch to your room.
Try this trick, add a few rose petals to create a romantic vibe with minimal effort. All that it will cost you is just a few minutes of your time and no money.
A Stylish Entry
The first thing that amazes you, in a luxury hotel, is its beautiful lobby. The entry passage to your home can be equally impressive with a little creativity and some affordable interior designing ideas.
A good starting point would be an entryway table with a flower vase, and a good painting hung on the wall. A mirror above the entryway table will complete the look. If the entry passage is wide enough, consider adding a small sofa so guests can relax and take off their coats and shoes.
Light it up
The only thing that will complete a fabulous interior design is perfect lighting. Lighting can make or break the mood and theme of a room. Reserve all bright and harsh lights for the study table. Install tall lamps or a chandelier in your hall.
Your living area can be completed with ceiling mounted accent lights or track lights. The bedroom must have soft gold lighting with desk lamps that can be reached easily from the bed.
Built-in furnishing such as wardrobes and study tables not only save space but also look more elegant. It is the main reason most luxury hotels opt for built in cabinets.
Instead of buying a showcase, hire a carpenter to install decorative shelves on your walls. It is not only affordable but more visually appealing as well.
A luxury hotel room has an inbuilt thermostat to achieve the perfect room temperature. Install a programmable thermostat in your home. Many wireless climate control systems are available which can be operated with your cell phone.
If budget is an issue, install ceiling fans in all your rooms, including the kitchen so that you can get proper ventilation, and that makes for a cost-effective interior design too.