Whether you’ve skipped town for a countryside retreat, jetted off for a city break or have headed further afield to a tropical island, one thing that underpins a truly standout trip is hotel design that makes you say ‘wow’! Inspiring hotel interiors come in many forms, from bold bright colours and rich textiles to grown-up monochrome shades of white, grey and black. Many of us return from our annual getaway feeling inspired by these chic hotel designs, but unsure how to implement them in our own home. Why not create your own stay-cation with our top design tips?
This timeless and sophisticated colour-theme is incredibly popular in contemporary hotels, and for good reason. Monochrome interiors have long been popular with architects and interior designers alike, when used correctly the contrasting colourways provide balance in any space and can be used to draw the eye to a central location such as your bed or sofa. Another advantage is the ability to easily add pops of bright colour such as electric yellows and vivid reds, which can help create a chic look and feel. Many of Bisque’s most popular models are now available in striking volcanic and matt black finishes. When used against a crisp white paint or lighter wallpapers, these striking radiator designs create a statement and can massively help those looking to replicate luxury hotel-style interiors at home.
Bisque Classic in Matt Black
CREATE A BEDROOM-COME-BATHROOM
Whether it’s a compact boutique boudoir or a sprawling countryside mansion, nothing says hotel chic, quite like an open-plan bedroom bathroom. If you’re renovating, consider knocking through to your en-suite to create this space. For the ultimate statement, we suggest installing a freestanding bath. Take inspiration from chic city escape, Canal House, which is nestled in the heart of Jordan, Amsterdam. Many of the hotel’s rooms feature opulent walk in bathrooms, complete with a striking freestanding bath.
If you’re partial to a more traditional hotel design, look no further than country retreat Soho Farmhouse. Popular with celebrities and creatives alike, the resort comprises numerous cabins and a seven-bedroom farmhouse. Several rooms also feature bedroom-come-bathroom spaces, with traditional freestanding baths common-place amongst the rustic layout.
It’s important to think about your heating options when designing a large open-plan space. Consider using vertical radiators, which can quickly heat larger rooms. In terms of design, radiators can also be used for stylistic effect. Our elegant Svelte model, pictured below, create symmetry in this master suite. They also add a touch of luxury – perfect for those looking to create a hotel chic space.