How to Make Your Home Look Like a Chic Hotel
Chances are you’ve gone gaga over plush bedding or a luxurious bathroom at a hotel at least once in your life.
Now you can shop for your favorite hotel-inspired design elements on Hotelements.
The website curates products from boutique hotels (think furniture, lighting, accessories). You can shop by the kind of look you’d like to try at home—coastal, contemporary, mid-century—or shop by category (say, if you’ve got your eye on the Noguchi table you saw at The James in Chicago).
Here, founder Paula Oblen shares a few of her favorite hotel styles, plus her product pick for each.
This piece originally appeared on PureWow.com.
The Hotel: Viceroy, Anguilla
The style: Contemporary design mixed with organic elements gives a barefoot-luxury vibe.
What to buy: Viceroy, Anguilla
The Hotel: Mondrian, Los Angeles
The style: Classic elegance in the form of crisp whites, accented with pops of pink.
What to buy: Mondrian, Los Angeles
The Hotel: Hotel Zetta, San Francisco
The style: The rich, vibrant decor is modern and edgy.
What to buy: Hotel Zetta, San Francisco
The Hotel: Chapman House, Nantucket
The style: The sleepy beachside town gets a pop art addition with bright turquoise interiors.
What to buy: Chapman House, Nantucket
What to buy: Generator Hostel, Copenhagen
The Hotel: Generator Hostel, Copenhagen
The style: Hostels don’t have to mean rickety bunk beds and dirty carpets.