Subtle Changes To Make Your Home Feel More Like A Hotel

by - 8/15/2017 08:43:00 PM

Most of the time, the feeling of luxury that comes from staying in a hotel is limited to the holidays. But what if you want to recreate that sensation in your own home? You might find yourself thinking that such an undertaking would cost an arm and a leg - but you’d be mistaken. In fact, making your home look and feel more like a hotel might be easier than you think. In most cases, it will only take a few subtle changes to get it right. Let’s look at some of the ways that you can make your home more like somewhere you might choose to stay on holiday.


The One Room That Matters

If there is any room in the house which you should definitely not skimp on, it has to be the bedroom. Clearly, this is where you have the most opportunity for turning your home into a hotel-like dream, so this should be your first port of call. There are a number of small changes you can make which will reliably bring about the feeling of being in a hotel, whether it’s changing the bed linen to luxury Richard Haworth items or even treating yourself to a new mattress. None of this will cost you very much, and what you will gain in comfort and luxury will absolutely be worth it anyway. Even changing the drapes could make a surprising difference to the room as a whole.

Keeping It Clean

We all know that keeping the home clean is important, but with the hectic nature of modern life, it is often difficult to ensure that it stays that way. But if you think about it, cleanliness is an important factor in why a hotel experience is a way it is. When you stay at any hotel, part of the job of it is that it is uncluttered and as clean as anything. So if you want your home to be more like a hotel, you will want to make sure that you are doing everything you can to keep it as clean as possible. This alone will make a huge difference to the ambiance.


Focus On Entry

If there is anything which really cements the hotel experience as being what it is, it is the feeling you get when you first walk in. Most hotels will have a pretty luxurious entryway of some kind, even if it is not over-the-top grand, and you might want to replicate this in your home if you want it to be more like a hotel. Fortunately, it is not all that difficult (or expensive) to do this. With a few simple changes to decor, coloring and so forth, you can easily create an entry to your home which makes guests feel like - well, guests.

By taking a step back and looking at your home with fresh eyes, you can easily create a hotel-like feel which is sure to last. This can be a great experience for you as well as your guests, and could just be the hotel-at-home that you have been dreaming of.

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