You just can’t match that feeling of stepping into a luxury hotel – as your shoulders roll back, you immediately start to relax and unwind. To help you create that feeling at home we have rounded up our three favourite hotel interiors.
The Ham Yard Hotel in London designed by Kit Kemp – is a testament to her carefree and exuberant style. It demonstrates with great confidence the impact of carefully chosen statement colours. Streamlined furniture and contrasting textures help to create a truly sumptuous interior.
The Thompson in Chicago, designed by Tara Bernerd is a luxury boutique hotel that exploits a darker and more intense interior. Created using deep rich velvets, exposed brickwork and beautiful statement lighting the scheme used accentuates the rich architectural details. Material selection is also key here in providing interest,
variation and texture.
Halcyon House is a bright and airy boutique hotel designed by Anna Spiro. The interiors neatly match the vibe of Cabarita beach perfectly. The rooms have been distinctly and individually designed to compliment an eclectic aesthetic. If you’re looking to recreate this style of luxury in your home the key is being brave with pattern, sticking to one colour will help you to create a sense of luxury.