One of the things that we love about traveling is the ambiance and experience of staying in the hotel. The fresh and fluffy sheets, the luxury that it feels, it’s one of the pleasures in traveling that we all miss.
While we can’t book a stay in one now, and you probably have more time in your hands and are looking for a fresh environment, why not remake that hotel bedroom and transform your own now? Add a different light to your space and enjoy a good night sleep. Here are a few ways to do that.
If you want to sleep like a baby, you should switch your linens. We all know that it is one of the best parts of a hotel staycation. It makes you feel like you’re laying down in feathers and cotton. Hotels often prefer cotton percale for linens. However, if you don’t have that in your closet now, you can always just make sure your sheets are tucked in neatly.
Another tip is to have your own linen spray. Just mixed water with a few drops of essential oil, spray it in your sheets, and enjoy some cuddle time.
There is a reason why hotels never use cool or white lights in the rooms. It’s because warm lights bring a cozy ambiance that can make your rest peaceful. Cool lights make you energetic, so that’s a no-no. Switch your lights to warm or yellow lights, the same goes with your bedside lamps.
Don’t just love it when you climb down the bed, lay flat your feet to some fluffy rugs? The comfort that it brings feels as if you just want to bring it wherever you go. Carpet for the whole room, like the ones in hotels, can be pricey and not advisable in our tropical homes. Stick to fluffy rugs for that extra comfort, and a good alternative.
We know all of the surfaces of your bedroom can be full of stuff. Since you have more time now, do some spring cleaning and tuck away those you don’t need. Keep your bedside tabletop uncluttered and place some fresh plant to add a fresh touch. Be sentimental and place picture frames for that daily inspiration of people you love the most.
If you want to exert more effort, change the color of your bedroom into something more soothing. This will bring a better mood to your every day and can bring inspiration. Our recommendation: Lavender, Pale Green, French Grey.
We know you’ve been longing for a hotel stay. We can’t wait to see you all again when things normalize!