At first, following the trend of making your home feel like a hotel may seem like a turnoff. However, hotels often have a zen, welcoming vibe that’s relaxing and conducive to good rest and room to think. A cluttered, busy home could have the opposite effect and influence your mind to feel cluttered as well.
Here are some tips for giving your home a hotel feel:
Furniture with simple, contemporary lines allow air to circulate with no trouble throughout the room and building as a whole. Nothing’s too clunky or heavy in the ideal hotel-inspired space.
Minimal furniture and decorations. Sure, it’s okay to have collections, but keep what’s displayed at any one time to a minimum (this also cuts down on time spent dusting!). Don’t just crowd as may seating options into the living room as possible unless you just have a large family and routinely need it all.
Try a chandelier or other fancy light fixture.
Use a monochromatic palette of neutral colors. Even if you don’t have the luxury of a spa-like area in your home or a huge master bedroom, the freeing effect of the neutrals will make the room seem more open, cleaner, and if all goes well, more relaxing.
Use artwork to dress up a space, but hang only a couple of pieces on the wall to avoid a cluttered look.