In recent years, we have found ourselves spending more time at home. With the presence of technology expanding, we can now order food to be delivered, play slots at an online mobile casino or book holidays using our laptop or phone. Booking a getaway involves looking at the flight to the destination and the hotel. One main consideration when booking a hotel is often the aesthetic and features. If you are about to decorate your home and are looking for inspiration, one of these five hotels may be the place for you to find it and start redecorating your home!
Hotel du Petit Moulin, France
The Hôtel du Petit Moulin in Paris, France, was designed by French fashion designer Christian Lacroix. It is well known that Lacroix has a passion for theatre, which is evident throughout the hotel. The hotel contains the same exciting and bohemian atmosphere as a Parisian theatre.
Hôtel du Petit Moulin is a small hotel with just 17 rooms. Lacroix individually painted each with theatrical acts in all hues and shades of the rainbow. The hotel is colourful, lively, and artistic, as one might expect from a couturier of such stature.
The Hari, Hong Kong
Located between Causeway Bay and Wan Chai, The Hari Hong Kong aims to become the city’s new hot spot. Renowned interior designer Tara Bernerd designed the hotel, blending contemporary and luxury. With a touch of elegance from London and the energy of Hong Kong, the hotel exudes luxury from the moment you enter.
The Hari is known for its tranquil elegance, showcased in its 210 guestrooms, of which three of them are rooftop suites. If you want inspiration on how to pair posh velvet upholstery and timber panelling, the Hari Hong Kong is the best hotel for you.
Ross Farm, Australia
Ross Farm can be used as inspiration if you want to add rustic and natural appeal to your decoration. Much attention has been paid to creating rustic lodgings that draw heavily from Danish and Japanese designs. All of the main buildings, including the cabin, barn, and dairy, have been renovated to provide guests with a better understanding of the land’s heritage.
Inside the rooms, you can expect to see warm wood tones, earthy dark steel and lush greens combined with handcrafted furniture that creates a sense of calm. The charming hotel began as an abandoned dairy farm and has grown into an idyllic retreat over time.
The Lodge at Kauri Cliffs, New Zealand
The Lodge at Kauri Cliffs is situated on 6,000 acres near Matauri Bay in New Zealand and features panoramic ocean views, private beaches and an 18-hole golf course. The rooms are all individually designed, and visitors can expect rooms to be neutral-toned and come with all the amenities of home, such as a cosy armchair by the fire, a walk-in wardrobe, a luxurious bathroom, and a private porch with an ideal view.
The Lodge at Kauri Cliffs in New Zealand is the perfect destination if you are looking for a warm, calming, cosy inspiration spark.
Soho Farmhouse, United Kingdom
Soho Farmhouse was once a members-only retreat founded by the renowned Nick Jones. It is about 90 minutes from London on a vast estate in the Cotswolds. Now that the Soho Farmhouse is not just for members anymore, you don’t need to be a member to take inspiration from its decorations.
There are forty cosy cabins on the estate, each designed beautifully with wooden panelling and muted tones that add a sense of sophistication and tranquillity. If you are looking for a warm, cosy countryside feel for your home, a trip to the Soho Farmhouse is something you should consider.
Our list of hotels provides you with five of the best you should visit. However, many other boutique hotels can give you design inspiration, such as the Inness Resort with its minimalist and rustic design or for British charm with Japanese allure, visit the Beaverbrook Townhouse in London. No matter what your design taste and hotel style you prefer, you will be able to find one that will inspire your creativity.