Guest Groups: Style Your Bedroom Just Like a Boutique Hotel

From juxtaposing contemporary and vintage pieces to bringing together utilitarian and luxury components, the most recent boutique hotels are taking opportunities and stepping up their style game. The mood is heading toward luscious comfort that combines equal portions masculine and feminine style. In the Ace Hotel, which lines its walls with works of famous street artists, to the NoMad Hotel’s chicer-than-chic rooms reminiscent of Downton Abbey insides, there are a few things to choose from these types of insides for your houses.

I have pooled together my favorite illustrations from resorts which have set the bar and gathered their signature design features to inspire you to create homes that promote “staycations” rather than holidays. — Lauren from Fourth Floor Walk

The rooms in the NoMad Hotel in New York create a powerful contrast between textures and colors with a dark headboard and crisp white walls.

Restoration Hardware

Wallace Leather Bed With Brushed Nickel Nailheads – $3,158

One of my favorite signature components found in the NoMad Hotel is the leather-upholstered headboard. The rich, dark leather with nailhead trim set against the crisp white walls is so handsome.

Neiman Marcus

Blue and White Pillows – $125

Similar to the bedding cloths from the NoMad Hotel, these blue and white pillows by John Robshaw are a quick way to add worldly taste.

Jayson Home

Vintage Oushak Rug – $1,495

The suites and library of the NoMad Hotel are made warm with the addition of various vintage and classic oriental rugs.

Wythe Hotel

Next to the grandiose factory-style windows in the Wythe Hotel in Brooklyn, New York, are romantic bistro chairs and tables.


French Kitchen Bistro Table – $899

This white marble bistro table will work well for taking notes or reading your morning paper.


Vienna Black Side Chair – $109

Along with the bistro-style tables, well-paired seats in the Wythe Hotel complete the seating arrangements.

The Atelier room from the NoMad Hotel showcases a number of the hotel’s signature design components.

Vintage Tub & Bath

Randolph Morris Claw-Foot Tub

A common design element in boutique hotels is an elegant claw-foot tub. My favorite take on the design is putting it out from the open area of the resort room.

Tablecloths Factory

Flocking Damask Fabric Bolt, Gold/Gold – $39.99

A design staple in the NoMad Hotel is the reoccurring use of rich gold damask upholstery on standing room displays.

Restoration Hardware Baby & Child

Academy Task Swing-Arm Sconce – $129

A signature light fixture amongst many of the boutique resorts is the job lamp. They are used on desks, as bedside tables and as wall sconces. The Academy Task swing-arm sconce is an excellent choice for your home in the bedside or in a reading nook.

Jayson Home

The Morgan Sofa – $3,595

This Morgan couch should be dubbed the NoMad couch, as it is almost a perfect match to those utilized from the NoMad Hotel’s Suite Royale.

Petrie 2-Piece Sectional Sofa – $3,999

At the Ace Hotel in New York’s midtown, the Loft Suite mixes elements of utilitarian design with midcentury influences. The couch is composed of sectionalized seats which follow the curve of the building’s rotunda. A similar look can be achieved with the sectional Petrie couch from Crate & Barrel.

Restoration Hardware Baby & Child

Upon entering the Ace Hotel in nyc, the reception desk welcomes you with all the illuminated sign reading, “Excelsior.” In different places, similar signs reading “Hotel” are available. These illuminated letters can spell precisely that, or whatever else you’d like.

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The Ace Hotel mixes shades of gray in solids and plaids to their bedding collections.

Room & Board

Copenhagen Bed by R&B – $899

A common design element in boutique resorts is having minimal and low beds. The sharp white headboards can be understood in the Ames Hotel in Boston and the Wythe Hotel.

Neiman Marcus

‘Harley’ Balloon Chair – $3,199

At the Ames Hotel, balloon seats are placed in the resort suites and sitting areas as the signature chair. It’s quite an investment piece, but this wealthy royal blue seat is a glamorous alternative.

Cost Plus World Market

Oasis Cotton Velvet Throw Pillows – $9.99

Lush velvet throw pillows from various colors are a lovely accessory in a boutique resort.

High Fashion Home

Clark Bed – $2,299

At Longman & Eagle in Chicago, many of the headboards were constructed with raw or raw timber planks to create a rustic look.

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Station Pendant – $129

The industrial-style necklace is reminiscent of these pendants utilized in the insides of the Longman & Eagle.


Queen Anne Mirror – $249

The wooden framework and silhouette of the Queen Anne mirror evokes the form of the found in the Longman & Eagle.

Wythe Hotel

One of the Queen rooms in The Wythe Hotel overlooks the ceilings and brings interest to the big windows with the signature floor-to-ceiling printed walls.

Farrow & Ball

Orangerie Wallpaper – $295

Farrow & Ball supplies papers which can be wrapped in several of colorways, and the highly comprehensive damask is a close game.

Pottery Barn

Bilson Leather Club Armchair – $1,199

A classic leather club chair is commonly utilized in resort sitting areas and libraries. The comfy style can now be found in many of the boutique hotel suites.

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