There is something so soothing and lovely about walking into a nice hotel room after a long day of traveling. With fluffy bedding, flawless window treatments that block out unwanted light, and little details that really tie the room together, quality hotel rooms often set the bar for bedroom luxury.
Of course, bedrooms in hotel rooms, much like vacations, can only be enjoyed in small doses. Or can they?
When it comes to understanding what makes a luxury bedroom so relaxing, you will find that the details that elevate the space are completely attainable. And since we spend the majority of our lives in our bedrooms, making them as comfortable and luxurious as possible is something that we believe every household should consider. The best part? Creating a luxurious bedroom doesn’t mean you have to paint the walls with genuine gold flakes or sleep on a mattress with a diamond headboard. It simply means taking a careful eye to little details that make a big difference.
Have you ever noticed that you sleep soundly in nice hotel rooms? This is because hotel window treatments often block out as much light as possible to prevent trace amounts of light from creeping in.
You can achieve this luxury with a variety of Hunter Douglas window treatments. Offering varying opacities, our collection of Hunter Douglas room-darkening window treatments can block out as much or as little light as you desire. These include:
Another element of what makes a luxury bedroom is automated windows. If you have ever been in a hotel that has a remote that controls your shades, you feel basked in luxury. You can enjoy that same feeling with Hunter Douglas PowerView® Automation.
Capable of controlling your window treatments via the PowerView® App, Pebble® Remote, or even your voice, this system lets you enjoy precise levels of light, shade, and sun. You can schedule your shades to adjust according to your personal schedule or adjust them in real-time.
Another element of what makes a luxury bedroom is the bedding. After all, the crisp, fluffy sheets of a hotel room beckon us to take a nice nap all throughout vacation! Elevating your bedding can be done in five easy steps. First, pick a solid-colored comforter. This is soothing to the eyes and prevents clashing (of course, if you love patterns, feel free to use what you love).
Next, consider the thread count. Most luxury hotels tend to hit around the 300-thread-count mark. Adding a down comforter and a cotton duvet cover will give you that fluffy, comfy finish that you will love diving into at night. Finally, add two to four down pillows and two fiber-fill pillows for ultimate comfort.
To learn more about what makes a luxury bedroom, be sure to contact or visit us today at The Blind Guys.
We are located in Tucson, Arizona, and proudly serve the surrounding area. We cannot wait to help you achieve your interior design goals.