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From melting into a grand bed, to resting your head on perfectly plumped cushions, there really is nothing more indulging than a luxury bedroom found in a five-star hotel. While it's not always easy to recreate that five-star feel at home, there are plenty of simple swaps you can make to create a luxurious bedroom without breaking the bank...
1. Invest in pure cotton sheets
Make your bedroom feel more luxurious by investing in seriously soft pure cotton sheets. Crisp, clean sheets give an instant feeling of luxury. Opt for pure cotton, high thread count linen which will help regulate temperature. Plus, they will feel much smoother against the skin than synthetic sheets.
2. Add cushions and throws
From scatter cushions to decadent throws, give your bed a hotel feel with gorgeous accessorises. When it comes to dressing your bed, building up the perfect number of pillows, cushions and throws will have a big impact on both the style and comfort,' adds Lucy.
3. Pay attention to the inside of your bedding
Whilst it can be tempting to put all of your effort into making the bed look stylish from the outside, it's just as important not to forget about what's on the inside, as that is what will elevate your sleep to a five-star standard. Opt for good quality, filled inner bedding that will stand the test of time and maintain that plush feeling after every wash. Plus, make sure to fluff up pillows and duvets every time you dress your bed for that full, cosy feeling.
4. Don't forget the scents
The perfect scent - whether in the form of candles, diffusers or sleep sprays - can help to transform your bedroom into a place of luxury. Lavender has long been known as a popular sleep aid, and for good reason, as research highlights the calming effect is has on the nervous system. To really engage the senses, layer your scents throughout the room - candles will provide additional ambience whilst also giving a glorious hit of fragrance, whilst a diffuser will ensure your choice of aroma hits you every time you enter the room.
5. Opt for calming colours
Hotels are renowned for their interior schemes, often choosing less over more. Tap into a calming colour palette for instance think soft greens, blues and classic neutrals like stone and dazzling white for that ultimate luxury bedroom feel without the hotel price tag. White is known for feeling bright and airy, and can help provide a sense of cleanliness – particularly useful if you have been working from home and are feeling trapped within the four walls.
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So, what is your opinion on sofas in the bedroom… yay or nay? If you are thinking about purchasing a sofa for the bedroom, definitely make sure you keep size in mind. Whilst having a sofa in the bedroom is cool, if your sofa is too large it may leave your room looking too cluttered and overpowered by the sofa.