How to Create A Hotel-Worthy Bed At Home

by Madeleine Borgersen

Wanting to refresh your bedroom ahead of the cosy weather? Create a hotel-worthy slumber space at home with these five easy to follow tips.

How to Create A Hotel-Worthy Bed At Home

Skip the staycations and create a super luxe, hotel-worthy bed at home.

Pick the Perfect Mattress

Taking the weight off onto the perfectly matched mattress is the first step in creating a hotel-worthy bed at home. Whether you’re a fan of the firmer style or love a softer and snugglier option picking the perfect mattress is your key decision.

Saying that, finding the mattress for you doesn’t mean parting with a heap of your savings. Online-only, mattress in a box companies like Koala Mattress offer superior quality, amazingly comfortable and environmentally friendly mattresses that are delivered straight to your door for a fraction of the price.

Add a Plush Topper

Take your base mattress to hotel luxe level by adding a lush mattress topper like the MiniJumbuk Luxury+. Don’t think they make a difference? Ask any great hotel about their beds and guaranteed they’re sporting a topper. We roadtested the MiniJumbuk Luxury+ and found that it not only made our bed addictively comfortable but it also improved our sleep quality to boot, in turn making us more refreshed and more productive the next day. It basically pays for itself right?

Invest in Luxury Linen

Nothing transforms more than quality linen. Enhance that fresh sheet feeling by investing in some quality threads. The Good Sheet sell 100% Egyptian Cotten Sheet Sets in a range of neutral shades that wash well, are chemical free, feel phenomenal even after that first night and only get better with age.

Add Extra Pillows

Create an irresistible sleep space simply by adding a few more pillows to the mix. Think different shapes and firmness to give yourself your own pillow library that feels as good as any five star hotel in the city and looks the part too.

Keep it Neutral

How often do you walk into a hotel room and the linen is red and black pinstripes? Never. Keep your bedroom a calm and chill space by opting for neutral colours like white, beige and light blues and greys. Not only do that suit any aesthetic, they always look good and will never date.

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