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How to recreate a hotel aesthetic at home: 7 hotel design ideas to steal and use at home

By LLM Reporters on 8th June 2021

With summer fast approaching and travelling abroad still in the balance, UK homeowners are taking to social media platforms to find inspiration on how to bring the memories of being on holiday into their home.

‘Hotel interiors for inspiration’ has seen a recent surge of 22 per cent on Google followed closely by ‘how do you bring hotel trends into my home?’ prompting Prestigious Textiles to hone in on the 1.2m #hoteldesign Instagram hashtags and explore seven ways to replicate a hotel aesthetic at home.

Industrial chic 

Industrial chic
Industrial chic offers a contemporary look inspired by urban living and city breaks

Inspired by architecture, Industrial chic is comprised of geometric shapes and concrete textures, paying homage to the most loved cityscapes that inspire European hotel interiors. The décor scheme references everyday building and construction materials, offering a contemporary look inspired by urban living and city breaks.

Traditional British

Hampstead collection
Traditional British decor exudes country living with traditional florals

Unfortunately, a Caribbean paradise backdrop may not be available, but a quintessentially British retreat can be just as relaxing. Harnessing the country living feel with traditional designs of woodland wildflowers, rustic Jacobeans and statement peacocks connects the outdoors and the indoors harmoniously, creating a cosy environment that gives a relaxing getaway feel.

Uplifting bold colours 

Bravo collection
Uplifting shades pair perfectly with wooden panelling to help create the feeling of a spa sanctuary

Bring energising, calm colours into a hotel-inspired home to replicate the feeling of a modern spa retreat. The uplifting shades pair perfectly with wooden panelling to help create the feeling of a spa sanctuary, offering an escape from the outside world. Adding these colours in soft-furnishings emphasises the Scandi-minimalist look most often seen during a relaxing spa getaway.

Sophistication

Vision collection
Use sophisticated colour palettes such as bronze, amber and golden hues

Using sophisticated colour palettes of bronze, amber and golden tones instantly creates an opulent look that replicates the feel of a contemporary boutique hotel. Use luxurious textures, stunning metallics and modern geometrics to create a space worthy of a five-star rating.

Luxe living

Copper falls collection
Think luxurious upholstery-weight velvets, statement metallic headboards and botanical and marble-inspired patterns

Take inspiration from nature’s stunning forms and create a bedroom inspired by luxe hotel décor. From pattern embracing simplistic muted bark and shimmering leaf outlines, to the maximalist beauty of hemlock and wisteria foliage, more is more when it comes to luxe living interiors. Celebrate luxurious upholstery-weight velvets, statement metallic headboards and botanical and marble-inspired patterns to create an eclectic interior that offers personality.

Classic opulence 

Enigma collection
On trend moody pastels and satin finishes make for a sumptuously glamourous finish

Channelling luxury through ornate design replicates the magnificence of classic hotels. On trend moody pastels and satin finishes make for a sumptuously glamourous finish, that is both versatile and luxurious. Combine tone-on-tone jacquards with luxe textures and ornate leaf outlines to achieve the ultimate elegant hotel look.

Simplicity 

Rustic collection
Work with subtle muted colour palettes and natural wooden elements

Replicate a Lake District country retreat with rustic textures and natural materials that bring the outside in. Sometimes less is more when creating a space inspired by a countryside getaway. Work with subtle muted colour palettes, natural wooden elements and Scandi-inspired furniture pieces to create a beautifully welcoming hotel aesthetic.

Visit prestigious.co.uk to see the collections mentioned above in further detail.