Personally, I love hotels, and it could be because of the beautiful scenery and how orderly everything is, that always does some magic on me. Hotels beds are always comfortable to lie on, and that is not to say anything less about the beds in people’s homes. But to those of you that agree with me on the comfort hotel beds bring, it’s time to work something out. Comfort is not only in a hotel; but if that important room arrangement in a hotel is a thing you delight in, let’s help you create one in your room at home. If you are ready to make it happen, see in this article important tips you should know.
1. Recreate your favourite hotel bed
Head to a shop that will sell the same brand of mattresses, bedding sets, and pillows that are regularly used in hotels. A fast online search will give you what you want. Some of these online platforms even allow you to return mattresses for free for up to 100 days after purchase.
2. Recreate your pillow
DOWNLITE’s hotel bedding finder search engine will let you know the kind of pillow your favourite hotel uses. DOWNLITE actually makes pillows for lots of hotel chains, so it is possible to locate the exact model you need and then buy the pillow on Amazon. Hotel websites also have this information for their customers.
3. Recreate your sheets and blankets
If you have decided not to spend on a new mattress, topping off your old bed with sparkling new sheets will also improve your sleep and comfort. Lots of fancy hotels use all-white bedding for that sharp and amazing appearance, so simply copy that style for what you want. Preferably, go for high-thread-count sheets made from percale, since they are lighter and airier than other materials.
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4. Blackout curtains
The best hotels are home to blackout curtains to leave your room pitch black at any time of the day. Therefore, investing in a remote-controlled blackout roller shade that will open or close without you jumping out of bed is too wise. If you are on a budget, go for a decent pair of blackout curtains that will block light, insulate the room in winter and prevent the heat of the sun in summer.
As you already know, dimming the lights before bed allows your body to know it is time for sleep. Therefore, a dimmable table lamp for your nightstand is a good investment as it will aid you to read and relax with minimal light. You can also add a plant that does not need much light or maintenance to your bedside table as research has proven that plants aid the purification of air, which makes you breathe easier at night.