Here Are 5 Features Every Luxury Bedroom Needs!

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Drifting off into a deep sleep every night isn’t a ‘nice to have’, it’s a necessity. As well as being good for our physical health in that it helps our bodies repair and recuperate, it’s good for our mind and soul too.

But when it comes to bedrooms, they aren’t all made equal! When you visit a luxurious five-star hotel, there’s a reason you sleep so soundly. And no, it’s not because of the extensive pillow menu. It’s all down to your surroundings and intentionally designed spaces.

If you’re not sure where to start, read on. In this article, we unveil the five indispensable features that define any luxury bedroom.

What are the five features that every luxury bedroom design should have?

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1. Luxury Bedroom Needs Artwork

One staple of every luxurious bedroom is artwork. As the saying goes, bigger is better! Large-scale pieces of custom-made art can transform a boring bedroom into a beautiful boudoir.

As well as giving your bedroom a bit of je ne sais quois, art is extremely personal. That means it’s a great way to express your style and taste. More importantly though, it also allows you to adorn your walls with things that make you happy.

When you choose your artwork, just remember to keep it simple. Wild prints and bold patterns can overpower the rest of the room and won’t help you when you’re trying to fall asleep! Neutral paintings with muted colour palettes are a fail-safe option and exude timeless elegance. Not only that, but neutrals are far better when it comes to selling your home too. This is especially important as house prices continue to fall in the UK.

2. Clever Ceiling Colours

If you’re lucky enough to have a home with breathtaking heritage features, don’t let them go to waste! Rather than opting for a run-of-the-mill white ceiling, get creative and experiment with ceiling paint.

If your bedroom has high ceilings, accentuate the Victorian ceilings with a rich, contrasting dark hue. As well as providing a point of interest, a dark ceiling will help the room feel cosy and intimate.

If you’re not blessed with high ceilings, don’t despair! You can still experiment with a dark ceiling. However, it’s best to keep your ceiling the same colour as the walls. Not only will this make your bedroom oh-so-luxurious, but it’ll also create the illusion of space.

3. Luxury Lighting for Luxury Bedrooms

Lighting sets the mood and ambience in a bedroom. To create a hotel-like feeling in your own home, it’s important to invest in good-quality lighting. Say goodbye to ‘the big light’ and hello to the ambience!

Soft lighting from the bedside tables will provide a warm glow that won’t shine in your eyes. Rather than opting for an exposed lightbulb, choose shielded bulbs to dim the glow a little. You should also stay clear of blue light so you don’t disrupt your circadian rhythm.

If you have dressing tables, desks or nightstands, you’ll also want to invest in a bright lamp to make sure you can see what you’re doing on dark winter mornings once the clocks have turned back.

If you do insist on trusty spotlights, it’s a good idea to make these dimmable so you can fully control the brightness of your room.

4. Unique Personal Touches

Unique designs and personalised features are commonplace in luxurious bedrooms as they elevate the overall space. Not only do personalised bedroom design schemes create a calming retreat where you can escape from it all, but they’re also deeply meaningful. This means they can offer light relief from the stresses of daily life – and with 74% of adults feeling the effects of stress, it’s important!

As well as adding pictures, ornaments and trinkets, one way to personalise the space is by making it functional. For example, designing a dedicated area where you can keep sentimental jewellery like your engagement ring is a great way to pay homage to something you love while keeping your possessions safe.

5. Luxury Bedroom Symmetry and Balance

Achieving that effortlessly chic, opulent hotel-like bedroom all comes down to two things: symmetry and balance. You’d never find a hotel with one bedside table or a wonky room layout, so why would you do this at home?

When designing your bedroom scheme, try to think about how each piece will fit together harmoniously. Consider the overall balance of the room and how each item flows with the surrounding furniture.

If space is tight, opt for fewer pieces of furniture to free up some valuable floor space. Alternatively, you can opt for smaller pieces of furniture instead. For example, rather than splashing out on a super king bed, opt for a king size.

To achieve a true sense of balance, it’s time to say goodbye to gaudy materials and colours, too. While some people cherish a maximalist style, the most serene bedroom schemes use natural materials like wood, stone, rattan and cork to create a calming, spa-like atmosphere.

Final thoughts…

If you crave a little bit of luxury in your everyday life, you’re not alone. Luckily, for those who like the finer things in life, it’s easier than you’d think to create a bedroom that rivals your favourite hotel. By being intentional with your colour scheme, artwork and materials you can create a bedroom that you cherish spending quality time in.


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Jen Stanbrook
Jen Stanbrook

Jen is an award winning digital publisher and has been creating interiors and home decor content for over 10 years.
She has an insatiable love of home interiors, has worked with hundreds of brands, and currently supports many bloggers within the creative industries to share their expertise through writing.
She spends most of her time in her little garden office pod, has 2 daughters and 2 (fighting) cats.

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