Ever wondered why a staycation in a luxurious hotel suite makes you feel fully rested and invigorated?
There’s actually a science to it.
Modern hoteliers aim to provide their guests with the utmost comfort. They achieve this through the soothing art of minimalism in their interiors.
Minimalism provides a sense of calmness, serenity and understated luxury. By removing the clutter of multiple layers of colours, patterns and accessories, this design trend streamlines the space into a peaceful configuration of calm, complimenting hues and symmetry in its furnishing.
Mind you, minimalism is not about creating a Spartan and boring space; but rather, creating a relaxing sanctuary with a few select, stylish pieces.
Create your very own minimalist luxury suite
with these three easy steps:
Step 1 Declutter.
“Elegance in simplicity” is the key to that luxe hotel vibe. Remove unnecessary décors and use minimal, complementing pieces.
Throw out those puka shell picture frames as well as those kitschy figurines and items, and replace them with sleek and polished decors: like a modern bedside lamp, or statement pieces such as large, framed monochromatic prints.
Step 2 Color Me Calm.
You may also opt to use different materials for your fixtures (such as glass, wood or chrome) to play up the contrast to your colouring.
Keep your colours to a minimum for that serene, minimalist effect.
Step 3 Choose A Focal Point.
Have only one focal point for your bedroom. The focal point basically ties up your interiors towards a properly designed room. The core of minimalism is cutting out the noise and celebrating the key element or function of any space.As the bedroom is your sanctuary for respite, your bed must be the defining factor of your own minimalist suite.
With the minimalist style in your interiors, you can transform your bedroom into your very own luxe suite and enjoy the calm and serene effect of a hotel staycation night after night after night.
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