Who wouldn't want to stay in this rustic style hotel room? The main feature in this bedroom at the Ace Hotel is an exposed black brick wall. A platform bed made with white and black linens anchors the room and side tables with black table lamps act as bedside tables. The room's hardwood is laid in a zig-zag pattern, Chevron-like pattern and an antique table and stool act as a work station.
Create a sensual bathing space with a simple sheer around the tub, like in the guest room of the QT Melbourne with its industrial chic vibe. The look would be fun to mimic in a bathroom for a “wall of privacy” that you can still see through, says Michelle Workman of Michelle Workman Interiors.
This stunning bedroom makes up in stylish design what it lacks in square footage. Designer Lori Dennis coordinated a striped canopy with chocolate-brown bedding for a feeling of slight enclosure and elegance.
A light wood canopy bed, crisp white linens and cool blue accents evoke a coastal feel in Nantucket's 21 Broad Hotel. The painting is one of many commissioned by the hotel on display throughout the property.
A graphic rug provides the foundation for this soothing gray-and-brown bedroom. Textures, from the quilt to the pillows, invite you to sink into the space, while contemporary bedside tables and lamps add style.
This grand master bedroom fuses hotel luxury with rustic elements like a reclaimed wood ceiling and a metal light fixture. The textured metal fireplace surround creates a unique and cozy sitting area by the fire.
This small bedroom gets the spa treatment with a hotel-style upholstered headboard and modern bedside table. Traditional sconces and a round table with a pretty tablecloth bring traditional style into play.
A modern glass and metal chandelier highlights the vaulted ceiling in this neutral transitional bedroom. An upholstered headboard and ikat pillows add warmth to the space, while a neutral shag rug keeps things feeling modern.
Designer Calvin Watt selected dark hardwood flooring and added additional trim to this master bedroom to please a client who loves high-end hotel spaces. An oversized tufted headboard and elegant mirror add extra touches of luxury and a sense of permanence to the room.
Your bedroom may not have all the space of a guest suite, like the one planned for West Elm Hotels, but you can draw inspiration from the home retailer's visionary space. A cart to hold items for a nightcap or reading material could serve as an attractive and multi-functional item beside a bed or in a sitting area. Or bring local art or bespoke furniture for a hospitable home.