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Every traveler knows that unmistakable relief you feel stepping into a well-designed hotel. The sense of being an outsider in a foreign place fades, and the comfort of a welcoming lobby, cozy suite, or relaxing spa situates itself in your travel itinerary. But this feeling of relaxation and happiness can be replicated in your home! To do this, it is better to take the best design ideas and inspiration from luxury hotels.
We would like to offer you a small selection of ideas from the best world’s hotels:
At the Chalet Pelerin Hotel, designed by No. 12 Interiors designers Blake Pike and Jane Hines, sheepskin is wrapped around basic wood chairs to not only create a softer perch but to capture the glamorous spirit of the French Alps where the hotel is located. It’s an easy move that can be added to any chair or sofa.
One of the great joys of vacation is lingering over an amazing meal and a bottle of wine, talking away the night. It’s a contrast to daily life where meals are more often rushed. But what if you designed your dining space to be that much more comfortable? What if instead of basic wood chairs, you invested in generously proportioned armchairs that envelope you in velvet like they do at No. 131 in the Cotswolds?
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Rich wood floors warm up any space, but they often go unnoticed. At the Viceroy Central Park designed by Roman and Williams, however, a herringbone pattern creates an eye-catching twist to the standard wood floor. The graphic pattern results in floors that are too gorgeous to cover up with carpet.
Semi-gloss white paint is a standard go-to for doors and trim, but black is a less-expected, but a very sophisticated alternative. In a suite at The Merchant in Salem, Massachusetts, Boston-based designer Rachel Reider painted ceiling beams, doors, moldings and baseboards in a high gloss black which immediately adds a glamorous edge. In keeping with the look, note the lampshades are black too. It’s an inexpensive way to really transform the mood of a room.
The easiest, least expensive way to make a big change in a room is with paint—especially darker hues. Inky blues, rich greens, charcoal grays, and striking aubergine feel especially current and can be found in hotels like the Crosby Street Hotel. In a living room, deep hues can be entirely unexpected and create a fantastic backdrop for brighter upholstery or art.
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